Milwaukee’s young backcourt buddies showed plenty of promise this season
by: MITCH SMITH and BENJAMIN HOFFMAN — NY Times 3h
Police conduct toward black people has been a fraught issue in Milwaukee. The police used a stun-gun on Mr. Brown, and video of the incident had been kept out of public view.
by: Cindy Boren — Washington Post: Early Lead 5h
Rookie Sterling Brown was arrested in January, and will reportedly file a civil rights lawsuit over the incident.
by: Adam McGee — Fansided: Behind The Buck Pass 7h
The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here with the latest update on the situation surrounding Sterling Brown's January arrest, and the video of the event th...
by: Kurt Helin — NBC Sports: Pro Basketball Talk 24h
This feels like a series going the distance.
by: Timothy Rapp — Bleacher Report 24h
Mario Chalmers, why you lying? On Monday, Dave McMenamin of ESPN revealed that Dwyane Wade told him the one photo he would ask LeBron James to sign for him was the iconic ...
by: Steve DelVecchio — Larry Brown Sports 22 May
Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown had a Taser used on him by police back in January after he was questioned about a parking violation, and the rookie is now filing a lawsuit over the incident. Brown's attorney Mark Thomsen said Tuesday that Brown is...
by: Timothy Rapp — Bleacher Report 22 May
Is Philadelphia 76ers point guard Ben Simmons a rookie? As the (somewhat silly) debate rages on, Phoenix Suns rookie forward Josh Jackson weighed in...
Bucks' Sterling Brown reportedly plans to file suit against Milwaukee Police for stun gun incident - CBSSports.com
by: Sports Network — CBS Sports 22 May
Brown's attorney says that the lawsuit is concurrent with plans to release body-cam footage Wednesday
by: Gina Barton and Ashley Luthern, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — Milwaukee Journal Sentinal 22 May
Bucks rookie Sterling Brown plans to file a suit against the Milwaukee Police Department as a result of being tased and arrested in January.
by: Brad Rowland — Uproxx: Dime Magazine 22 May
Sterling Brown’s lawyer indicates a lawsuit is upcoming after an incident involving a stun gun was caught on camera.
by: Mike Chiari — Bleacher Report 22 May
Golden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala has been upgraded from doubtful to questionable for Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals against the Houston Rockets on Tuesday, according to Anthony Slater of The Athletic...