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In their final preseason tuneup, the Bucks committed 23 turnovers and were blown out by Minnesota. Todd Rosiak's game story in the Journal Sentinel >>
Defensive coordinator Dave Aranda delievered the news that many Badgers fans had been hoping to hear about Warren Herring: 'We’re all expecting him to play' >>
Kansas City scored five runs in the sixth inning, took a 7-2 victory over San Francisco and evened the World Series at a game apiece. Tom Haudricourt's game story >>
Aaron Rodgers and Jordy Nelson have mastered the back-shoulder fade. Nelson tells why it's a defensive back's nightmare. Rob Demovsky »Rodgers, WRs in sync »Berry's Love/Hate mail »Spreecast
Lakers president Jeanie Buss discusses the recent criticism of Kobe Bryant, the challenges of landing free agents and competing with fiance Phil Jackson for Carmelo Anthony.
Six Minnesota players scored in double figures in the Wolves' 110-91 win over the Bucks.
ESPN NFL Insider Mike Sando delivers stats to help you make a pick for Green Bay at New Orleans.
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John Clayton sees WR Jordy Nelson as on pace for a 100-catch, 1600-yard season for Green Bay.
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