Wisconsin Teams

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Giannis, Bledsoe trade alley-oops (0:26)
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Heat win behind Whiteside's heroics (1:07)
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Bledsoe earns Flagrant 1 (0:40)
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Giannis hits the hardwood after and-1 (0:26)
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Bledsoe connects with Greek Freak for oop (0:15)
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Brown goes up-and-under for two (0:21)
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Abdul-Jabbar honored in Milwaukee (0:26)
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Rainman

Kevin in West Bend joins for his rematch against Dan Needles to win pizza for a year! Find out how you would have fared against Rainman this week.

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Brewers' Jeffress pleads guilty to DWI charge

Reliever Jeremy Jeffress, now with the Brewers, pleaded guilty to a DWI charge from 2016 and was sentenced to three days in jail. Jeffress won't serve additional jail time as the judge gave him credit for time already served.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar checks out how the construction is coming along at the new Bucks arena in downtown Milwaukee.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers promoted Ed Policy to chief operating officer and general counsel. Many view the son of former 49ers president Carmen Policy as the likely successor to Packers president Mark Murphy.

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Purdue steamrolls Wisconsin (1:18)
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Edwards twirls and throws it down for Purdue (0:18)

John Gasaway ESPN Insider 

Purdue's living up to its No. 3 ranking and rolling over Wisconsin 39-22 at the half in West Lafayette. Carsen Edwards has led the Boilermakers with 14 points on 6-of-11 shooting. Whether it's the Boilers, Ohio State or Michigan State, the highest NCAA tournament seed from the Big Ten could be a very tough out in March.

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Purdue's defense shines in first half (0:34)
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Steph Curry still tops NBA jersey sales

Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry still tops the NBA in jersey sales, but Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks has surged to fourth for the first three months of the season.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers WR Davante Adams has been added to the Pro Bowl as a replacement for Atlanta's Julio Jones. Adams did not play in the final two games of the regular season because of a concussion but said shortly after the season that he had been cleared from his second concussion of the year and third in 14 months.

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