Sports – Thursday, November 6th, 2013

Caron Butler’s tip in with :24 seconds left lifted the Bucks
to a 109-104 win over Cleveland on Wednesday
night at the BMO Harris Bradley
.  OJ Mayo finished with 28 to lead the Bucks and
Gary Neal added 23.  Milwaukee was 13 of 23 from beyond the
3-point arc. The Bucks host Dallas
on Saturday night. 


Bucks big man Larry Sanders sat out last night’s game
because of a thumb injury suffered during an incident at the Milwaukee night club early Sunday morning.  Police are investigating.


The Packers will put the pads on today as they get ready for
the Eagles on Sunday afternoon at Lambeau. 
The team officially announced quarterback Scott Tolzien’s promotion from
the practice squad on Tuesday.  TJ Lang
and Aaron Rodgers the only players listed as not participating in practice in
any capacity.  Lang suffered a concussion
Sunday.   Sunday’s kickoff is at Noon
with pregame at 10am on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


Thursday Night Football

Minnesota @ Washington – 7pm on KFIZ


The Cubs have hired San
bench coach Rick Renteria as their new
manager.  He replaces Dale Sveum who was
fired after the season.


Derek Semenas scored 22 and Fondy grad Tony Smit chipped in 16 points and 5 assists
as the Cardinal Stritch men’s basketball team beat Waldorf 66-56 on Wednesday


St. Mary’s Springs hosts Oshkosh Lourdes on Friday night at
Fruth Field in a WIAA Division Six high school football quarterfinal.  You’ll hear all the action on News-Talk 1450
KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 6:05pm with the
kickoff set for 7pm.  It also streams at