Sports – Friday, July 10th, 2015

The Milwaukee Bucks
officially introduced power forward Greg Monroe to a three year contract.  The former Detroit Piston turned down the
same money from the New York Knicks and LA Lakers to join the Bucks.  Milwaukee
also announced that they resigned forward Khris Middleton.  The team announced a pair of trades on
Thursday.  They send center ZaZa Pachulia
to Dallas for a
2nd round pick.  Jared Dudley
was also shipped to Washington
for another 2nd round draft pick.


The Bucks begin play in the
Las Vegas Summer League tonight when they take on New Orleans
1st round pick Rashad Vaughn is on the roster.  The Bucks will play the Spurs on Sunday and
the Cavs on Monday.


Reports say LeBron James will
resign with the Cleveland Cavaliers to the tune of a two-year, $46.5 million
dollar contact.


The Brewers open up a three
game weekend series in Los Angeles
tonight with the Dodgers.   Jimmy Nelson
takes the hill for the Brewers.  Coverage
begins at 8:35pm tonight on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.  The first pitch is set for 9:10am.


NL Central

Cardinals 4 Pirates 1

Marlins 2 Reds 0


Justin Thomas and Nicholas
Thompson share the 1st round lead at the John Deere Classic at
-8.  Wisconsin
native Steve Stricker is two shots back at -6. 
Jordan Spieth shot an even par 71 in his British Open tune-up.


Karrie Webb and Marina Alex
share the 1st round lead at the Women’s U.S. Open.


Former NFL quarterback Kenny
Stabler has passed away at the age of 69 from colon cancer.  The “Snake” led the Raiders to a Super Bowl
XI win over Minnesota,
he was the 1974 NFL MVP and he was a four time Pro Bowlers. 


Badger kicker Rafael
Gaglianone is on the preseason watch list for the Groza Award which is given
annually to college football’s top kicker. 
Wisconsin opens the season on September
5th against Alabama in Texas