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Bucks Co-Owner Expects NBA to be Playing in 6-8 Weeks

Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Marc Lasry says he expects the NBA to resume the season in “six-to-eight weeks.”  Lasry was interviewed Thursday on CNBC’s “Halftime Report.” He expects the resumption of the season to be discussed more extensively during the league’s board of governors conference call next week. Lasry says he thinks the NBA will return…read more »

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American Legion Baseball Called Off – 1st Time Since 1927

There will be no American Legion baseball in Wisconsin this summer.  For the first time since 1927, the Legion in Wisconsin is canceling the season.  The announcement was made Saturday. American Legion baseball is a summer league for high school players. There are a number of Legion programs in the Jefferson County area, including Fort…read more »


Top NFC North Rivals Book-End Green Bay’s 2020 Schedule

NFC North rivals Minnesota and Chicago will book-end the Green Bay Packers’ 2020 season schedule.  The NFL released schedules for all of its teams last night. The Packers will open the regular season at Minnesota against the Vikings and close it in Chicago against the Bears.  Owing mostly to last season’s successful 13-and-3 record, the…read more »

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Favre Doesn’t Expect Rodgers to Finish His Career in GB

Former Packers quarterback Brett Favre says Aaron Rodgers was surprised by Green Bay’s decision to draft a quarterback in the first round. Favre said on “The Rich Eisen Show” that he had spoken with Rodgers since the Packers traded up four spots in the first round to take Utah State’s Jordan Love with the 26th…read more »


Matt Kenseth Back to NASCAR as Larson Replacement at Ganassi

Former NASCAR champion and Cambridge native Matt Kenseth will come out of retirement to compete for Chip Ganassi Racing, driving the No. 42 Chevrolet. He is the replacement for fired driver Kyle Larson, who lost his job two weeks ago for using a racial slur while competing in a virtual race. Ganassi development driver Ross…read more »