Sports – Thursday, February 13th, 2014

The Bucks head to the
All-Star Break with a 102-98 loss to the New Orleans Pelicans last night at the
BMO Harris Bradley
.   Brandon
Knight paced the Bucks with 22.  Randolph native Greg
Stiemsma played 20 minutes and had 2 points and six rebounds for the Pelicans.  Milwaukee
is just 9-43.  That’s the worst record in
the NBA.


The Badger men’s basketball
team hosts Minnesota tonight at the Kohl Center.  UW sits fourth in Big Ten play at 6-5 while Minnesota is 6th
at 5-6.  Coverage begins at 7pm with the
tip set for 8pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


Number 1 Syracuse
stayed unbeaten as freshman Tyler Ennis drilled a 35-foot three pointer at the buzzer
to beat Pittsburgh
58-56.  North Carolina-Duke was postponed
to next Thursday because of the winter storm hammering the east coast.


Horizon league leader UW-Green Bay
is on the road tonight at Youngstown
Milwaukee is
off until Saturday when they host Valparaiso.


New York Yankees star Derek
Jeter has announced that 2014 will be his final Major League season.


Women’s College Hoops

Marian 66 Lakeland 63 – OT

AT the Olympics speed skater
Shani Davis failed to medal in the Men’s 1000 meters.  He finished 8th.  The U.S.
men’s hockey team playing Slovakia
highlights the Sochi Olympics today.


Thursday, February 13th

Boys Basketball

St. Mary’s Springs @ Omro

Laconia @ WLA

Lomira @ North
Fond du Lac

KML @ Mayville

Sheboygan Falls @ Waupun

Plymouth @ New Holstein

Kiel @ Kewaskum

Manty Lutheran @ Chilton

CWC @ Montello


Girls Basketball

Fond du Lac @ Oshkosh West


Freedom @ Ripon