If you didn’t see Antetokounmpo’s dunk on Tim Hardaway Jr. from Tuesday night, you’re going to want to sit down for it. Are you seated? Here it is. Giannis easily hurdled Hardaway, who’s listed at 6-foot-6 on New York’s roster. Now we just wait for Hardaway’s official retirement statement on Twitter in the next few days.
Former Badgers running backs (⬆ UP)
There’s something about Badgers running backs in the Super Bowl. One year after scoring three touchdowns in the Patriots’ comeback Super Bowl LI win, James White totaled 66 yards and found the end zone on Sunday in Super Bowl LII. On the other side of the field, Eagles undrafted back Corey Clement caught four passes for 100 yards and a touchdown, winning a world championship in his first professional season.
Jabari Parker, Bucks forward (⬆ UP)
Jabari is back! Parker made his return from an ACL injury on Friday and has come off the bench in the Bucks’ last three contests, averaging 11 points on 50 percent shooting in 17.7 minutes per game.
Andrew Rowsey, Marquette guard (⬇ DOWN)
The Golden Eagles are struggling, and so is their sparkplug Rowsey. He’s scored less than eight points in three of his last four games and hasn’t hit a 3-pointer since Jan. 28. No wonder Marquette has lost four straight.
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Sean Kilpatrick, Bucks guard (⬆ UP)
With Malcolm Brogdon and Matthew Dellavedova now forced to sit out with injuries, opportunity knocks in the Bucks backcourt. Kilpatrick was there Tuesday night to answer the call. He sunk three shots from downtown and finished with 16 points, his best scoring night in a Bucks jersey.