Lawsuit: Milwaukee Officer At Sterling Brown Arrest Joked About It On Facebook, Hoped To Do The Same To J.R. Smith

This morning, Bucks player Sterling Brown filed a civil lawsuit against the city of Milwaukee, Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales, and eight other MPD officers for their roles in a Jan. 26 incident where Brown was arrested and tased for no reason in a Walgreens parking lot. Videos from the night show officers…

New Sterling Brown Arrest Videos Show Police Standing On Player's Ankle, Celebrating Overtime Pay

Milwaukee TV station WISN has obtained additional body-cam and squad-car footage from the night of Sterling Brown’s arrest, as well as new photos of Brown’s injuries. One video shows an officer standing on the Bucks guard’s ankle to prevent him from kicking them, a suggestion Brown laughs off as absurd since he…

Milwaukee's Mayor And Cops Are Already Apologetic About The Forthcoming Sterling Brown Arrest Video

The video footage of Bucks guard Sterling Brown’s arrest is set to be released this week, and judging by how Milwaukee authorities are scrambling to do damage control, it sure seems like it’ll tell a very different story from the one police first told. Brown was arrested on Jan. 26 for resisting arrest after officers…

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Nebraska Regent Calls For Kneeling Players To Be Kicked Off Team, Then Tries To Deny It

Nebraska player Michael Rose-Ivey held a press conference yesterday and discussed the litany of slurs, threats, and condemnations he and two of his teammates had heard from fans after they kneeled during the national anthem before the Huskers’ game this weekend. Unsurprisingly, there are higher-ups involved who feel…