Wisconsin Teams

Bucks finish off Pistons behind Giannis' 41 points (1:58)
Bucks vs. Celtics Playoff Rewind (1:05)

Malika Andrews ESPN 

Lopez said he went back to the locker room to have his back checked and get a heat pack put on it. "It worked," he said.

Bledsoe on Bucks' win: 'We knew what we had to do' (0:46)
Giannis flushes dunk over Maker (0:16)
Giannis adjusts in mid-air for and-1 bucket (0:35)

Malika Andrews ESPN 

Blake Griffin fouls out of the game. Pistons fans give him an ovation and chants of "MVP" as he heads to the bench.

Malika Andrews ESPN 

Brook Lopez returned to the game. Before checking back in, a trainer wrapped Lopez's back with an ace bandage. Lopez was smiling and laughing the whole time, though.

Malika Andrews ESPN 

Brook Lopez heads back to the locker room.

Malika Andrews ESPN 

Dwane Casey has been issued a technical foul.

Malika Andrews ESPN 

Mike Budenholzer said that he expects to have a specific return date for Malcolm Brogdon in the next 3-5 days.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers GM Brian Gutekunst on why he brought potential first-round QB Drew Lock in for a visit and an Aaron Rodgers succession plan (which he called "a little bit overhyped): ""We value that position extremely highly. If you don't have one, it's very hard to win in this league... If that's the best thing for your team, you can't hesitate with that. ... We're lucky to have the best player in the NFL at that position right now, but at the same time your needs can change and you do your due diligence."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

While the Packers have 10 picks in this year's draft, they're getting a bit of a bonus in offensive lineman Cole Madison, a fifth-rounder last year who stepped away from football for personal reasons right before training camp and missed the season. Madison was somewhat of a surprise return when the Packers opened the offseason program two weeks ago. Said GM Brian Gutekunst, “He looks like the 6-foot-5, 300 pounder that we drafted” and added that he probably “fits this scheme (under new coach Matt LaFleur) as much, if not more, than he did last year.”

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers GM Brian Gutekunst said the team has not yet picked up the fifth-year option on DT Kenny Clark, but "I would expect that would happen. He's a dominant player on the defensive front."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers GM Brian Gutekunst said he closed the doors to the draft room this morning. "I wouldn't imagine there'd be a whole lot of changes between now and Thursday," said the second-year GM.

Can anyone beat the Warriors?

Brian Windhorst, Andrew Han, Kevin Pelton and Nick Friedell discuss the Blazers-Thunder series (1:20), the looming inevitability of a Warriors title (9:30), the Sixers (45:00) and a Windhorst filibuster.