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Sports - Thursday, July 3rd, 2014


Jason Kidd was introduced to the Wisconsin media in a short press conference on Wednesday afternoon.  Kidd and Bucks ownership were pretty coy in talking about how he actually ended up leaving the Nets and in Milwaukee.  Kidd reiterated that he was hired in Milwaukee to be the head coach and not a more significant role in the organization as he allegedly asked for in Brooklyn.  The Bucks owners did admit they make a few mistakes in the process of getting Kidd to the Bucks.


Edwin Encarnacion’s mammoth three run homer in the bottom of the 9th off Brandon Kintzler provided a walk-off 7-4 win for the Blue Jays over the Brewers  on Wednesday afternoon in  Toronto.  Will Smith took the loss for Milwaukee.  Ryan Braun drove in a pair in the loss.  Neither manager saw the end of the two game sweep for the Jays as both managers were ejected in the 8th inning for arguing calls.  The Brewers take today off and open up a three game holiday weekend series in Cincinnati on Friday night.


NL Central

Pit 5 Ari 1

StL 2 SF 0

Cubs 16 Red Sox 9

SD 3 Reds 0


Ratings were huge for Tuesday afternoon’s World Cup soccer match between the United States and Belgium.  An estimated 21.6 million people watched the game on ESPN and the Spanish language Univision TV network.  18 million people watched the final game of the NBA Finals when the Spurs beat the Heat and 19 million watched the Red Sox stop St. Louis in the final game of the World Series and those games were in prime time.


Defending men’s champion Andy Murray is out at Wimbledon’s quarterfinals.

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