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Milwaukee Talks: Bucks analyst Tony Smith

Published Feb. 27, 2013

Tony Smith has done it all on the basketball court in Milwaukee, from starring at Wauwatosa East and Marquette University to playing for the Bucks. Now, he analyzes the game for FOX Sports Wisconsin. He is the subject of this installment of Milwaukee Talks, where he talks about working in TV, being around the Bucks and looking back at his playing days.


NBA commissioner hasn't been good for the Milwaukee Bucks

Published Oct. 30, 2012

NBA commissioner David Stern will get credit for the globalization of the game of basketball but we in Milwaukee can look at the kind of things he didn't do that would've have helped the Bucks over the decades.


Hawkins' book looks at the new black "overclass"

Published March 18, 2009

In his upcoming book, "NEWBOS: The Rise of America's New Black Overclass," Wall Street Journal reporter and CNBC correspondent Lee Hawkins explores the economic and social ramifications facing a new class of multimillionaires. Hawkins interviewed LeBron James, Terrell Owens, Puffy Combs, Wyclef Jean, Russell Simmons and others to talk about perils and pitfalls faced by self-made young black millionaires.


Even in retirement, Jordan still has the juice

Published Jan. 2, 2009

Early in the Bucks' game against Charlotte Friday night at the Bradley Center, word began to circulate around the building that Jordan -- who is listed as part owner and "Managing Member of Basketball Operations" for the Bobcats -- was sitting a few rows behind the visitor's bench. Needless to say, it created a buzz.


Looks aren't everything in sports (but they help)

Published June 10, 2008

Performance is important for athletes like Brewers shortstop J.J. Hardy (pictured), but good looks can help lift the "Q rating," which can lead to lucrative endorsement deals and fervent fan clubs.

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