Wisconsin Teams

Bobby Marks ESPN 

Milwaukee makes it official on the signing of Tim Frazier. The guard will earn $210,692 with Milwaukee incurring a $196,553 cap hit. Frazier is eligible to play in the postseason because he was waived by New Orleans on Feb. 28. Milwaukee is currently $250,423 below the tax. Because guard Tony Snell has playoff bonuses in his contract, Milwaukee becomes a taxpayer for the first time since 2002-03 if they win the NBA Championship.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers had former Giants safety Curtis Riley in for a free-agent visit on Monday, ESPN's Field Yates reported. He was a 16-game starter last season. Even if they don't sign Riley, it's an indication that they're still interested in adding to that group even after adding Adrian Amos last week. Meanwhile, former Packers S Kentrell Brice, who was not tendered as a restricted free agent, has signed with the Buccaneers.

Wisconsin a candidate for No. 12 vs. No. 5 upset (0:32)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers are losing CB Bashaud Breeland, who is signing with the Chiefs, a source told ESPN. Breeland would've given the Packers another veteran presence in the secondary but in Kansas City he has the chance to be the No. 1 corner where as in Green Bay he would've been behind Jaire Alexander and Kevin King.

Danger lurks in the first round for Marquette (0:41)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Busy day for ex-Packers WRs on the free-agent visit circuit: Randall Cobb is visiting the Cowboys today, according to ESPN's Todd Archer, while Jordy Nelson is scheduled to meet with the Seahawks, says Adam Schefter. The Packers are going to need at least one new receiver, and they would probably prefer it be someone who can play in the slot.

SportsCenter: Greek Freak puts up career-high, NCAA tournament bracket revealed

Scott Van Pelt talks about Giannis Antetokounmpo and Joel Embiid's performances on Sunday, and he also analyzes the NCAA tournament field.

Greek Freak puts up career-high, NCAA tournament bracket revealed

Scott Van Pelt talks about Giannis Antetokounmpo and Joel Embiid's performances on Sunday, and he also analyzes the NCAA tournament field.

Malika Andrews ESPN 

Giannis Antetokounmpo was wearing a supportive sleeve on his right ankle underneath his sock after the game and was still walking gingerly on it. "It feels good," Antetokounmpo said when asked how it was feeling. "I tweaked it a little bit. At first you feel a little bit of pain, but when the adrenaline kicks in you are able to keep playing. It was a big game. I just wanted to keep playing."

Bilas: Two of the best non Power-5 teams in West (4:20)
Virginia, Tennessee headline South Region (4:45)
Giannis on fire for career-high 52 points (2:31)
Giannis and Simmons trade poster dunks on each other (0:48)

Malika Andrews ESPN 

Giannis Antetokounmpo records his first career 50-point game (his previous career high was 44 points).