After holding serve at home, Milwaukee needs a victory tonight at the United Center in order to extend the best-of-seven series. Preview >>
With slumping stars Ryan Braun and Aramis Ramirez watching from the bench, the Brewers beat St. Louis and averted a three-game sweep. Recap >>
Ten years ago, Ted Thompson made a call that would change the franchise, drafting Aaron Rodgers. Historic day » NFL Draft: OL » Previously: TEs » WRs » RBs » QBs »
Rob Wheelwright caught a pair of touchdowns, as the first-team offense and defense dominated the backups in Saturday's spring game. Recap >>
Former Brewers all-star third baseman Jeff Cirillo joins Drew Olson & K.B. for a little baseball talk and the infamous "5 dumb questions." Beers on the Table >>
Check out the best parts from Floyd Mayweather's SportsCenter conversation with Stephen A. Smith.
Gene Wojciechowski explains why Lambeau Field will get even better on Thanksgiving night, when the Packers retire Brett Favre's number.
Highlight Of The Night: Chris Paul scores a game-high 34 points to power the Clippers to a 114-105 win over the Spurs and even the series at two games.
ESPN NFL analyst Mark Schlereth predicts the outcomes of all of Green Bay's regular-season matchups.
Brian Windhorst reports the latest on Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love, who is expected to miss at least two weeks with a dislocated left shoulder.
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