A breakdown of Sterling Brown’s lawsuit reveals strong arguments and reignites the ongoing discussion surrounding law enforcement’s treatment of African-Americans.
by: Michael McCann June 19, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 8h
A breakdown of Sterling Brown’s lawsuit reveals strong arguments and reignites the ongoing discussion surrounding law enforcement’s treatment of African-Americans
by: Greg_Licht — SB Nation: Brew Hoop 9h
Welcome to the Brew Hoop Night Shift. Every evening at 9:00pm (central time), this all-purpose thread goes up, and the comments section is where it’s going down. What Bucks news did we not cover?...
by: Matt Velazquez, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — Milwaukee Journal Sentinal 12h
The Milwaukee Bucks hold the No. 17 pick in Thursday's NBA draft and are aiming to turn that into a player who can make a difference in his rookie year.
by: Brian Sampson — Fansided: Dairy Land Express 12h
With the 2018 NBA Draft nearly upon us, it's time to get a little funky. Let's make five bold predictions around the Milwaukee Bucks and the draft. The Mil...
by: Associated Press — NBC Sports: Pro Basketball Talk 14h
As the only general manager holding three first-round picks in Thursday night’s NBA draft, including No. 3 overall, Atlanta’s Travis Schlenk has been a popular target for trade talk.
by: Liam Daniel Pierce — Vice Sports 14h
The Milwaukee Bucks rookie has filed a civil rights suit against the City of Milwaukee, alleging police violated the equal protection clause, used excessive force, and unlawfully arrested him.
by: Joseph Nardone — Clutchpoints 16h
Milwaukee Bucks talent Sterling Brown, who is making headlines for non-basketball reasons, is suing the city over a false arrest. From ESPN’s report detailing the situation, Brown’s lawyer, Mark Tomsen, relayed the following: “Mr. Brown hopes that...
by: AP — USA Today 17h
Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown is accusing Milwaukee police officers of discriminating against him because he is black when they used a stun gun during his arrest for a parking violation
Lawsuit: Milwaukee Officer At Sterling Brown Arrest Joked About It On Facebook, Hoped To Do The Same To J.R. Smith
by: Patrick Redford — Deadspin 17h
This morning, Bucks player Sterling Brown filed a civil lawsuit against the city of Milwaukee, Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales, and eight other MPD officers for their roles in a Jan. 26 incident where Brown was arrested and tased for no reason in..
by: Mike Chiari — Bleacher Report 19h
Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown filed a lawsuit against the city of Milwaukee and the Milwaukee Police Department on Tuesday stemming from his January arrest during which he was tased ...
by: AP — Fox Sports 19h
MILWAUKEE (AP) The Latest on a lawsuit filed against Milwaukee and the city's police department by NBA player Sterling Brown alleging excessive force (all times local):