Before the first round match-up between the Bucks and Heat got underway, Bucks’ point guard Brandon Jennings declared that his team would win the series in six games. Despite falling into an 0-2 hole to the defending champs, Jennings is undeterred. Here he is telling Craig Sager that the Bucks will still win the series in 6. What else is he going to say? The Bucks are clearly out-matched but at least Jennings is still trying to spark to the team. Game three is tonight. More likely: the Heat losing four in a row to the Bucks, or Matt Barkley going 1st overall in the draft tonight?
Klay Thompson exploded for 19 consecutive points in the third period of Game 4 on Tuesday night.
Matt Harvey didn’t speak with reporters after another bad start Tuesday night.
The Miami Marlins are now suing several season ticket holders and former stadium vendors.
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Bismack Biyombo has been using Dikembe Mutombo’s finger wag without permission.
“He makes my sister happy, and I’m happy he does that.”
19th hole is always calling for Daly.