Mirotic was pretty quiet in his Bucks debut last week, but has begun to establish himself as a valuable piece of the rotation in two games since. He scored 17 points with six rebounds in 18 minutes Saturday in a win over the Minnesota Timberwolves, then had 13 points in 22 minutes against the Bulls. He's also 8-for-21 from deep in three games for the Bucks.
Brook Lopez, Bucks center (↓ DOWN)
"Splash Mountain" was closed for business Monday. Lopez scored 13 points on 5-of-12 shooting, but missed all seven of his 3-point tries. He managed five blocks though, and went 3-for-3 at the line.
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Malcolm Brogdon, Bucks guard (↑ UP)
Brogdon picked the Bucks up with Giannis Antetokounmpo out, scoring 22 points -- his first 20-point game since Jan. 9 -- to help Milwaukee to a win over the Chicago Bulls on Monday. He was 4-for-4 at the line, and 4-for-7 from deep.
Badgers men's basketball (↓ DOWN)
Wisconsin stumbled again following back-to-back wins over Illinois and Northwestern, falling to Indiana in double overtime Tuesday. It's a blow to the Badgers' aspirations of landing a top-four seed for the NCAA tournament, and Wisconsin's third loss in its last five games.
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Corey Ray, Brewers outfielder (↑ UP)
One of the Brewers' top prospects, Ray's second major-league camp is off to a solid start. The 24-year-old Chicago native had a home run and a double against the Chicago Cubs in the Brewers' spring opener, and is 4-for-9 at the plate with three stolen bases through four games.
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Chase Anderson, Brewers pitcher (↓ DOWN)
Anderson hasn't quite had it yet down in spring training. He gave up two more home runs Tuesday in the Brewers' 3-1 loss to the San Diego Padres, and has now allowed three homers in three innings of work.