Our NBA experts dive into the big Toronto-Milwaukee questions, including postseason MVPs and predictions for this series.
- Brewers' Yelich returns after 2-game absence
- Giannis on trailing 3-2: 'We're not gonna fold'
- Brew-haha: Yelich, Rodgers chug at Bucks game
- Budenholzer miffed by Drake antics; rapper replies
Andrew McCutchen hit a tiebreaking double in the sixth inning and the Philadelphia Phillies used stellar relief work to beat the Milwaukee Brewers 6-4 on Friday night, overcoming Christian Yelich's major league-leading 20th homer.
Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer
Christian Yelich is back in the Brewers' lineup tonight after missing a couple of games with a balky back. He certainly looked ready during batting practice, and it turned out to be a good thing he didn't show up at Miller Park today saying he needed another day off. Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell, like the rest of us, saw the viral video of Yelich chugging a brewskie at last night's Bucks-Raptors game. Counsell said, "When I saw him doing that, I was pretty sure he was going to play today. It made me feel really good." Basically, it was the most Milwaukee baseball press conference ever.
Christian Yelich, who missed the last two games with back spasms, is back in the lineup Friday for the Brewers, who also reinstated pitcher Jimmy Nelson from the injured list.
Windhorst, MacMullan and MacMahon discuss the ECF, Kawhi's importance to the Raptors, All-NBA Teams, Free Agency and much more
Brian Windhorst, Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon discuss the Eastern Conference Finals including Kawhi's importance to the Raptors (2:00), the All-NBA Teams and snubs (12:00), NBA Free Agency possibilities (21:30), Jackie's conversation with Pat Riley and much more.
With Thursday night's loss putting the Bucks in a 3-2 series hole, Giannis Antetokounmpo vowed that his team was "not gonna fold." He added, "We're the best team in the league."
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich joined Packers lineman David Bakhtiari in beer chugs at the Bucks game Thursday night.
Playoff hopefuls square off when the Braves play the Cardinals and the Indians meet the Rays. Who has the upper hand? And what else are we looking forward to?
Toronto had to lean on its core principles and its best player to complete the largest comeback road win in Raptors postseason history.
Kawhi Leonard scored 35 points and the Toronto Raptors beat the Milwaukee Bucks 105-99 on Thursday night to take a 3-2 lead in the Eastern Conference finals.
Tim Bontemps ESPN
The Raptors survive, winning 105-99 in what was the biggest game in franchise history. Now they return to Toronto for Game 6 for what now is the biggest game in franchise history — and a chance to go to the NBA Finals for the first time.