You may have heard recently that 34% of voters in a Public Policy Polling poll said that 52-year-old Michael Jordan could beat LeBron James in a game of one-on-one today. This only highlights what I've known for a long time: There is a huge group of basketball fans that simply ... Continue Reading
Hidden in the same Gery Woelfel article about Brook Lopez mentioned earlier is this tidbit about he magical healing powers of Gatorade protein shakes:
"A Bucks official said Jabari Parker, who appeared to be the frontrunner for Rookie of the Year honors before suffering an anterior cruciate ligament tear in ... Continue Reading
If you missed it, notoriously hit-or-miss Bucks beat writer Gery Woelfel of the Racine Journal-Times recently reported that the Bucks might have interest in Nets center Brook Lopez if he opts out his final contract year.
Brook Lopez is a good scorer, and basically awful at everything else. Despite being a ... Continue Reading
Courtesy of forum member alstriker, Here's a final round-up of who all (okay, a lot of) the experts from across the net predict the Packers will take with their first pick tonight:
Bob McGinn (JS) - Sylvester Williams, NT-DE, N. Carolina
Tyler Dunne (JS) - Datone Jones, DE, UCLA
Pete Dougherty (GBPG) ... Continue Reading
With Ryan Braun out with neck spasms, and Aramis Ramirez and Corey Hart both out longer, the Brewers have been forced to let Rickie Weeks bat third and fourth in their lineup. As of today, they have moved Weeks back to second, but as Roenicke tries different looks it wouldn't ... Continue Reading
With 61% of the vote, Packers legend Bart Starr defeated Hank Aaron to earn the title of greatest sports legend in Wisconsin history.
In all, nearly a thousand votes were cast in the tournament. Some random tidbits:
-Two Packers and two Brewers made the final four.
-Bart Starr's smallest win was by 22 ... Continue Reading