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Middleton scores 26 as Bucks fall to Cavs (1:08)
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Giannis (ankle) out again as Bucks play Cavs

Giannis Antetokounmpo is still dealing with soreness from a right ankle sprain, so he will miss the Bucks' Wednesday night game against the Cavaliers. Antetokounmpo also sat out Tuesday's win against the Lakers.

Bobby Marks ESPN 

Milwaukee now goes $1.76M below the luxury tax after the $1.5M salary of Christian Wood was claimed by New Orleans.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

With the departure of Clay Matthews, the only remaining Packers from the Super Bowl XVL team are: Aaron Rodgers, Mason Crosby, Tramon Williams and Bryan Bulaga. And not a single coach is left from that staff.

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Mina talks to former NFL LB Kirk Morrison about the hype train for the Browns (3:15), the angriest looking coach in the NFL (9:55), why the sophomore slump for QBs is a real thing (31:50), what the Packers should do to help Aaron Rodgers (49:09), the Costco portion of free agency, and if he'd rather give up cake or pie (1:09:54). Plus, Mina discusses why she's here for the fish tank (11:05) and the time she awkwardly got in a revolving door with a 2-time Super Bowl champ (1:04:48).

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Another farewell from the Packers, this one to Randall Cobb after the No. 6 all-time franchise receiving leader signed with the Cowboys on Tuesday. Said GM Brian Gutekunst via the team website: "For the past eight seasons, Randall was a terrific leader and great player for the Packers. He was part of some very memorable moments and contributed to a lot of great wins. We thank Randall, his wife, Aiyda, and the rest of their family for all they have given to the organization and our community. Randall will always be a member of the Packers family."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers say thanks and goodbye to Clay Matthews, their all-time sacks leader who signed with the Rams on Tuesday. Said GM Brian Gutekunst via the team website: "We want to thank Clay for all that he has contributed to the Packers over the past 10 seasons. As the franchise's all-time sack leader and an integral part of Green Bay's Super Bowl XLV championship, he will be remembered as one of the greatest players in the history of the organization. Clay will always be a member of the Packers family. We wish him, his wife, Casey, and the rest of their family all the best moving forward."

Middleton, Lopez power Bucks past Lakers without Giannis (1:49)
Connaughton races to the hoop for jam (0:20)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Two long-time Packers move on within hours. On the same day, Clay Matthews signs with the Rams and Randall Cobb with the Cowboys. It became fairly obvious during the season that they would move on, but both were close with QB Aaron Rodgers so it could have an impact in the locker room if not on the field.