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Jim Owczarski's Articles
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Sports - April 18, 2014
Bucks start to rebuild from the bottom
The chapter closed, officially, on the 2013-14 season when the clock ran out on the Milwaukee Bucks' franchise-record 67th loss Wednesday night. A new chapter was started hours before however, when Marc Lasry and Wes Edens were introduced as the new owners of the franchise. It's a positive first step as the organization begins the rebuilding process.
Sports - April 17, 2014
5 silver linings and disappointments of the Bucks season
The 2013-14 season has come to an end for the Milwaukee Bucks, officially the worst team (by record) in franchise history. For that to happen, many things had to go wrong. But, there were some silver linings, too. We take a look at the top five of each.
Sports - April 16, 2014
Knight has shined in dark season for Bucks
Brandon Knight came to Milwaukee over the summer in a trade of point guards, as the Bucks sent their erstwhile "face of the franchise" Brandon Jennings to Detroit for him. Just 21 years old, but with 141 games under his belt, what was Knight? A point guard? A shooting guard? As his first season in Milwaukee comes to a close, the Bucks may have found what they needed anyway: a basketball player.
Sports - April 16, 2014
New Bucks owners make themselves at home at BMO Harris Bradley Center
Pending league approval during league meetings Thursday and Friday, hedge fund billionaires Wesley Edens and Marc Lasry will take over ownership of the Milwaukee Bucks from Herb Kohl.
Sports - April 15, 2014
Once again the Cardinals ruin the Brewers' fun
The Milwaukee Brewers came into Monday night in first place and with the best record in the game. They were on a nine-game winning streak. They had the best pitching staff in baseball. Then they played the St. Louis Cardinals. And of course, the fun was ruined.
Sports - April 11, 2014
Admirals closing in on playoffs
The Milwaukee Admirals haven't clinched one of the eight playoff spots in the American Hockey League's Western Conference just yet, so the team's season-ending five game stretch is important not only in seeding, but setting the team up for a championship run.
Sports - April 10, 2014
Minus Tiger, Masters lacks drama
Tiger Woods will miss The Masters this week after back surgery, and while the world's top player hasn't won a major championship since 2008, his drought and aura have made for compelling television. Now, the tournament is up for grabs with no real hook for the causal viewer.
Sports - April 9, 2014
Braun's power surges no surprise
Ryan Braun hit three home runs Tuesday in Philadelphia, his first since May 2013. Suddenly breaking out with multiple homers shouldn't be a surprise for Milwaukee Brewers fans, however. In fact, he will probably hit three more in the next few days.
Sports - April 9, 2014
Marquette adds assistant coaches
Marquette University has announced that new head coach Steve Wojciechowski has made two hires for his coaching staff - former Duke University teammate Chris Carrawell and former Drake University head coach Mark Phelps.
Sports - April 9, 2014
Trade paying off for Adrien
When the Milwaukee Bucks acquired forward Jeff Adrien in a trade on Feb. 20, it was his fourth team in as many years. Neither party could have imagined what has happened since.
Sports - April 8, 2014
An incredible year of college hoops
The Wisconsin Badgers capped an incredible year of college basketball in the state with a deep NCAA Tournament run, but they weren't the only big story. UWM went from worst to first in one year, Marquette lost, and found, a head coach, and the UWGB Phoenix were snubbed. Here's a look back at a great year of major college basketball.
Sports - April 7, 2014
Another heartbreak for Wisconsin
The 2013-14 Wisconsin Badgers will be remembered forever as just the second team from Madison to reach the Final Four, and rightfully so. But, they were good enough to win it all. In which case, they join a growing list of teams outside of Green Bay that had a chance to bring home a title, but could not.
Sports - April 4, 2014
Badgers aim to make Final Four trip a memorable one
The Wisconsin Badgers face the Kentucky Wildcats in the Final Four of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday evening in Texas. It's the program's first trip to the national semi-finals since 2000, and this group of Badgers is looking forward to making it count.
Sports - April 3, 2014
5 things to watch for as Bucks finish out the season
With seven games in the next 13 days, the end of a long season is near for the bruised and battered Milwaukee Bucks. It seems like not much can be gained from that short a time, but they are still meaningful games for the players who are being evaluated.
Sports - April 2, 2014
The perfect fit: Marquette hires Steve Wojciechowski
Steve Wojciechowski has spent nearly two decades on the campus of Duke University - it was going to take someplace special to do it. A perfect fit. Marquette University was that place.
Sports - March 31, 2014
Braun, Gallardo start fresh on Opening Day
Ryan Braun and Yovani Gallardo had their struggles, off and on the field, in 2013. Opening Day of 2014 was the start of something new for the two former All-Stars.
Sports - March 31, 2014
Opening Day never gets old for Brewers
Hope always springs eternal for the faithful on Opening Day, but it does for the men in uniform, too. The Milwaukee Brewers hope for a bounceback season in 2014, and it begins today at Miller Park.
Sports - March 31, 2014
Meet the 2014 Milwaukee Brewers
The Milwaukee Brewers made some changes to the team following a disappointing 2013 season. Meet and interact with the team here.
Sports - March 28, 2014
Brewers have a bright outlook heading into 2014
There were few bright spots in an 88-loss season last year for the Milwaukee Brewers, but there were some - and they have the team feeling good about a playoff run in 2014.
Sports - March 28, 2014
Milwaukee's one not-so-shining moment
It's been four days since Monday Madness, when Milwaukee-based social media was set aflame by rumors of Shaka Smart's hiring by Marquette University. Tweets were delivered - and re-tweeted - furiously, and the day ended with camera crews camped outside of the Al McGuire Center on the Marquette campus with nothing to film.
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