Wisconsin Teams

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Badgers finding their rhythm under Greg Gard (1:25)
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Celtics rally to lose in bizarre fashion (0:43)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucks 112, Celtics 111: The hero last week in Cleveland, Avery Bradley with a terrible foul in the final second as Milwaukee escaped with a win. Celtics had rallied all the way back from 19 down to start the fourth quarter and Kelly Olynyk's clutch free throws with 1 second to go had tied the game. Bradley tried to help defend Milwaukee's final shot and fouled Khris Middleton.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucks 93, Celtics 74 (end 3rd) Celtics were due for a dud, but not sure they could stop Greg Monroe (27 points) if they were clicking. Bucks doubled up Boston in third quarter (40-20) and lead by 19 heading to final frame.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics 54, Bucks 53 (half): Jonas Jerebko picked up a slumping Boston bench with nine second-quarter points (making just about everything but a heat-check hook shot). Celtics didn't have an answer for off-the-bench Greg Monroe, who has 15 points and helped Bucks dig out of early hole.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart took an elbow to the nose from teammate Evan Turner while chasing a rebound. He needed a minute to collect himself, but the team says Smart is available to return.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics 30, Bucks 26 (end 1st): Avery Bradley hot early (as usual, lately) and his nine first-quarter points have Celtics out front. Bucks started slow with new-look lineup, but got a spark from Giannis Antetokounmpo to trim deficit after falling behind by double digits.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston Celtics swingman Jae Crowder, dinged up lately and battling what he said is a high ankle sprain, is grinding it out again tonight in Milwaukee. No surprise considering he played up there at Marquette. While Crowder clearly isn't himself, he hasn't let his defensive intensity slip.

ESPN Stats & Info

Von Miller is set to cash in

Justin Houston and Clay Matthews are the league's highest paid linebackers, and you can bet the Broncos' Super Bowl MVP -- and pending free agent -- will be looking to exceed their salaries.

Indiana and Michigan trending down

The Hoosiers fell to Penn State and the Wolverines didn't take advantage of two opportunities last week. Wisconsin beat Ohio State, but the 14-9 Badgers have a long way to go. Bubble Watch

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Packers shouldn't have to make any veteran salary-cap cuts (1:49)