Wisconsin Teams

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

John Henson (back soreness) did not travel to Boston. He is out for Game 5.


Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Terry Rozier asked if he thinks Marcus Smart is going to play in Game 5. "I think he's playing. You ain't hear it from me though."


Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Marcus Smart has been cleared to return to game action but the Celtics will wait to see how he responds to contact this morning before deciding his status for Game 5. If he feels good, he'll play.

How the Bucks flipped the script on Celtics (1:23)

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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Davon House's one-year deal with the Packers is for $1.005 million. It's simple: There's a $90,000 signing bonus and a $915,000 base salary. The $90k signing bonus is the maximum for a team to still get the minimum salary benefit for the salary cap.

Bucks edge Celtics in exhilarating Game 4 (1:13)
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Antetokounmpo's clutch tip-in boosts Bucks

Giannis Antetokounmpo's tip-in was one of several huge plays the All-Star made in the waning moments of Game 4 as the Bucks scratched out a second straight victory over the Celtics to even their series 2-2.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Thought this was a very telling quote from Malcolm Brogdon after Sunday's win over the Celtics. Shows just how much confidence the Bucks have in Giannis heading back to Boston for Game 5. "At the end of the day in the playoffs, we know we have the best player on the floor," Brogdon said. "So we rely on him and he comes through."


Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Marcus Morris still frustrated at all the calls going against him. "Like every game I have to get a technical foul, you know what I mean? I'm not engaging into anything, I'm not going at the referees, I'm not talking crazy to him. For me, it's just getting old, man. Fining me, teching me, it's getting old. It's just laughable at this point."


Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Al Horford after Game 4: "We're battling, we're playing hard, but it's not good enough just to play hard. This is why the playoffs are so challenging. But I think it's good for our group. I think we're learning. We're looking forward to being able to go back home."

Bucks prevail in back-and-forth battle to even series (1:54)