The latest Milwaukee Bucks Daily is here as Bucks swingman Sterling Brown talks about how he’s looking into helping improve police practices over a year following his unlawful arrest.
In today’s edition of Milwaukee Bucks Daily, Sterling Brown looks to spark change a year after his unlawful arrest by the Milwaukee Police Department, the Bucks continue to turn away their Eastern Conference rivals, and much more.
Having been over 13 months since that fateful night, Brown affirms that he’s been able to move beyond the incident with the Milwaukee Police Department, both in an emotional and spiritual sense. Now the 24-year-old is pledging to work with police departments to improve their practices when dealing with African-American men.
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Back to the present, let’s look at today’s Bucks stories.
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Milwaukee Bucks: 3 takeaways from 117-98 win over Indiana Pacers (read here): I highlighted the three things that stood out in the Bucks’ win over the Indiana Pacers from Thursday night, which helped put them back on track.
Milwaukee Bucks: player grades from 117-98 win over Indiana Pacers (read here): Adam McGee handed out player grades toward the Bucks’ individual performances, head coach Mike Budenholzer and what the Pacers had to offer in the Bucks’ 49th win of the season.
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Brown vows to work with police after stun gun incident (read here): Janie McCauley of the Associated Press talked with Bucks swingman Sterling Brown about what he’s pledging to do to help relationships with the police and African-American men, and how he’s been able to emotionally and spiritually move past his unlawful arrest in late January of last year.
Bucks handling their business against Eastern Conference foes (read here): The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Matt Velazquez touched on the Bucks continuing to take care of their East rivals, with their recent victory over the Indiana Pacers being the most recent example.
That’s it for today’s roundup, but we’ll be back to do it all again tomorrow.