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The KFC Top 5 At 5

Homer and Gabe pick their top five athletes, coaches, or stories of the week, presented by the KFC $5 Fill-Up.

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Predicting Brewers' 2017 record

The Milwaukee Brewers are an organization caught between grasping at contention (they won't) and a full-scale tank job (they're not). Joe Peta says that makes forecasting their win total tough.

Will Eric Thames replicate success in his MLB return? (0:52)

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So what about Adrian Peterson to the Packers? Said GM Ted Thompson to reporters in Phoenix: "We don't talk about players that are not on our team. We never have. We never will. It doesn't serve a purpose, I don't think."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Ted Thompson acknowledged this much about the Packers' running back situation. "We need some more guys," the GM told reporters at the NFL annual meetings on Monday. "We're a little short in a couple of areas. So from a personnel standpoint, we've got to get some more bodies. But we like the guys that we have, it's just that we'd like to get some more."

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NBA draft stock: Happ, Hayes and more

Ethan Happ improved his stock with 21 points, six boards and four assists in Wisconsin's heartbreaking loss to Florida. Did Nigel Hayes do enough to convince scouts he's a first-rounder?

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Should MLB's bad clubs just tank?

As the 2013 Astros proved, tearing things down can lead to a faster turnaround on and off the field for losing teams. Should the Brewers be following suit?

Rondo, Butler shine in Bulls' win over the Bucks (0:48)
Butler's got buckets (0:25)
Rondo goes it alone in driving layup (0:15)
Greek Freak sneaks in for the slam (0:17)