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Giannis’ 52 Not Enough as Sixers Beat Bucks 130-125; Brogdon Out Indefinitely

Giannis Antetokounmpo scored a career-high 52 points, but Joel Embiid had 40 points and 15 rebounds to lead the Philadelphia 76ers over the Milwaukee Bucks 130-125. Antetokounmpo was 15 of 26 from the field and made 19 of 21 free throws to better his previous career best by eight points. Embiid and the Sixers weathered…read more »

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Chacin to Start Opening Day; Brewers Tie Angles 7-7

Jhoulys Chacin has been picked to start the Milwaukee Brewers’ opener against St. Louis on March 28. A 31-year-old right-hander, Chacin was 15-8 with a 3.50 ERA in 35 starts last season. He also started openers for Colorado in 2013 and San Diego in 2017. On the field Milwaukee batters pounded three home runs in…read more »

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Golden Eagles Finally Beat St. John’s; Advance to Big East Semis

Markus Howard scored 12 of his 30 points in a game-breaking 23-2 second-half run, and No. 23 Marquette snapped its four-game losing streak with an 86-54 rout of St. John’s in the Big East Tournament quarterfinals. Sacar Anim added 13 points as the second-seeded Golden Eagles beat seventh-seeded St. John’s for the first time in…read more »

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Packers Still Making Moves

After a big Tuesday, Green Bay general manager Brian Gutekunst was back at work the next day adjusting the Packers roster even more.  Veteran tight end Marcedes Lewis was signed to a one-year deal and wide receiver Geronimo Allison received a right-of-refusal tender.  The tender which pays Allison a little over two-million dollars this season…read more »

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Brewer Pitchers Roughed Up in Loss to Cleveland

Two pitchers Milwaukee is counting on for the 2019 season — Chase Anderson and Josh Hader — gave up seven runs in less than five innings Wednesday.  The Cleveland Indians whipped the Brewers 9-3.  Milwaukee got a fifth-inning homer from prospect Keston Hiura but ended the game with only five hits.  The Brewers try to…read more »

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