Mark Wahlberg sits courtside during the Los Angeles Lakers vs Milwaukee Bucks game at Staples Center on Friday evening (February 27) in Downtown Los Angeles. The 43-year-old Daddy’s Home actor and his wife Rhea Durham were one cute couple and were spotted getting very cozy and sharing a lot of kisses during the game. PHOTOS: [...]
The Milwaukee Bucks looked to bounce back from a tough loss their last time out when they took on the Utah Jazz on Saturday night. The Bucks had dropped three of their last four and faced a tricky test from the athletic Jazz, who had won three of their last four. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The Milwaukee Bucks looked to build a bit of momentum on Friday night when they took on the Los Angeles Lakers. The Bucks snapped a two-game skid last time out, and they faced a Lakers squad who had won two straight. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Remember when the Milwaukee Bucks were satisfied with playing for now and didn't mind limping into the playoffs as the No. 8 seed in the Eastern Conference? Well, if the trade for Michael Carter-Williams means anything, those days appear...Show More Summary
The Lakers (16-41) won their third straight game Friday night, defeating the Milwaukee Bucks (32-26). Here are five takeaways from their 101-93 victory at Staples Center.
The Lakers (15-41) will try to keep their winning streak alive on Friday night at Staples Center, hosting the Milwaukee Bucks (32-25).
According to new Milwaukee Bucks guard Michael Carter-Williams, his old Philadelphia Sixers head coach Brett Brown didn’t want the front-office to unceremoniously ship him out of town. MCW didn’t fit The post Michael Carter-Williams: Coach Brett Brown Didn’t Want Sixers to Trade Him appeared first on SLAMonline.
Larry Sanders walked away from one of the highest profile, most lucrative positions on the planet as the starting center for the Milwaukee Bucks. Now, Sanders explains why. In an exclusive video on the Derek Jeter owned web site TheShow More Summary
In his Player's Tribune piece, 'Why I Walked Away From the NBA,' former Milwaukee Buck Larry Sanders reflect on who he is and what he values beyond being a basketball player. The post Larry Sanders on Walking Away from The NBA: “Don’t Forget The And” appeared first on The Good Men Project.
The Milwaukee Bucks looked to bring an end to their recent struggles Wednesday night when they took on the Philadelphia 76ers. Michael Carter-Williams and the Bucks had lost two straight, but the Bucks' new point guard looked to impress against his former team, which had lost four straight and five of its last six. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
In a video interview with The Players’ Tribune, published Wednesday, former Milwaukee Buck Larry Sanders explains why he mysteriously decided, at 26 years old, to walk away from the NBA and the millions of dollars still owed to him. "I...Show More Summary
Milwaukee Bucks forward Larry Sanders has walked away from basketball after five years in the league, agreeing to a buy-out with the team after the trade deadline. Sanders had three years remaining on a $44 million contract. He left around $21 million on the table in the buy out. Show More Summary
The former Bucks big man isn't necessarily quitting hoops for good, but wants to focus on his personal issues for now. Former Milwaukee Bucks big man Larry Sanders said he quit basketball in order to deal with his anxiety and depression. Show More Summary
After taking an extended leave from the Milwaukee Bucks early in the season, Larry Sanders negotiated a buyout with the team last week. Now, in a video produced by The Players' Tribune, the 26-year-old center sheds some light on why he left the Bucks, and why he has no intention of returning to basketball anytime soon. Read more...
Larry Sanders is currently out of the NBA after a tumultuous tenure with the Milwaukee Bucks, but the former first-round pick is happy with the new path he has chosen. In an exclusive interview with ThePlayersTribune.com, Sanders revealed...Show More Summary
Benny the Bull videobombed the Milwaukee broadcast team by slowly spinning around behind them. Jim Paschke was not amused.
The Chicago Bulls throttled the Milwaukee Bucks offense to come away with a 87-71 win in Chicago on Monday night. Tony Snell led a strong performance from the Chicago bench, finishing with 20 of the non-starters' 41 points. Nikola Mirotic also posted 16 points and 14 rebounds from the Bulls' bench. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls host the surging Milwaukee Bucks on Monday, and they have split a pair of winnable contests since storming into the All-Star break with a four-game win streak. The Bucks saw their own four-game streak snapped with Sunday's...Show More Summary
Reserves Taj Gibson and Kirk Hinrich have been ruled out for the Chicago Bulls' game against the Milwaukee Bucks.
Chicago Bulls guard Kirk Hinrich will be out of the lineup for the team's game on Monday against the Milwaukee Bucks with an undisclosed illness. Vincent Goodwill of Comcast SportsNet Chicago reported the news Monday, adding that Bulls...Show More Summary