Wednesday, April 24, 2013

News On The Horizon 4/24/2013

Heat's Chris 'Birdman' Andersen makes his presence felt--Miami Herald
"Chris has done this two games in a row now where he has come into the game and had an impact," Bucks coach Jim Boylan said. "He plays with a lot of energy and was joined by Norris Cole (on Tuesday). I wouldn't say it caught us by surprise, but both games there was a four-, five-, six-minute stretch where we let the game get away from us and (Andersen) was part of both runs."
Late rally leads Heat past Milwauke Bucks; Miami takes 2-0 lead--Miami Herald
Andersen added another field goal less than two minutes into the period and Norris Cole, another reserve, capped the run with his only three-pointer of the game.
Winderman's view: Heat 98, Bucks 86--South Florida Sun Sentinel
And Norris Cole certainly fed off that energy at the start of the fourth quarter.
Birdman, Cole spark Heat 98-86 over Bucks to 2-0 lead--South Florida Sun Sentinel

UWGB notebook: No further discipline for Mays; Brown to return--Green Bay Press Gazette
UWGB supporters back Wardle at fundraiser--Green Bay Press Gazette
UWGB chancellor addresses investigation at fundraiser--UWGB Hoops Blog
Alec Brown Looking Forward to Senior

UW-Milwaukee adds Jevon Lyle to recruiting class--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Lyle Signs Letter Of Intent To Play Basketball In

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