Luka Doncic called Giannis Antetokounmpo the best player in the NBA, while Antetokounmpo called Doncic "one of the most talented players I've ever seen."
Jordan Love was left to finish Sunday night's game for the Packers after Aaron Rodgers exited in the third quarter with what he called a rib injury.
- Luka after Bucks roll Mavs: Giannis 'best in NBA'
- Rodgers (ribs) exits early; Love throws TD in relief
- Wisconsin brings in Cincinnati's Fickell as coach
- Packers' OL Rhyan suspended six games
— Jalen Hurts ran and ran and he ran so much that Green Bay couldn't catch him as he raced his way into Philadelphia's record book. Hurts outran the Packers and he eclipsed all the other fleet-footed Pro Bowl quarterbacks in Eagles' history.
— Grayson Allen's sizzling start for Milwaukee meant the Dallas Mavericks couldn't stop their recent cold spell.
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USC's hire of Lincoln Riley is immediately paying off, Michigan showed it's not a one-trick pony as rivalry week delivered across the board.
— Olivier-Maxence Prosper's 18 points helped Marquette defeat Chicago State 82-68 on Saturday night.
— Minnesota coach P.J. Fleck understood one of his major assignments upon taking this job was to alter the balance of power in the Gophers’ rivalry with Wisconsin.
— Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks taught the Cleveland Cavaliers a lesson in playoff-type intensity well before the start of December.
Rookie offensive lineman Sean Rhyan, a third-round draft pick of the Green Bay Packers, was suspended six games for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances, the league announced on Friday.
— Chucky Hepburn capped a 17-point game with a steal and layup with 10.5 seconds to play to secure Wisconsin's 64-59 win over USC in the Battle for Atlantis third-place game on Friday.