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MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Milwaukee Bucks guard Mo Williams says his coach got it all last night. Coach Larry Krystkowiak missed the game with Toronto in order to be with his wife, Jan, who was pregnant with twins. By the time the babies were born at 7:42 p.m., the Bucks had the game under control on the way to a 112-to-85 victory at the Bradley Center. Or, as Williams put it, "He got twins and a 30-point win. What else can you ask for?"
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The Milwaukee Bucks get a couple days off before they play Friday night at Houston. With two home wins, they've evened their early season record at 2-and-2. Houston has a 4-and-1 record after last night's win over San Antonio.
BOSTON (AP) -- Milwaukee Brewers fans won't be seeing Curt Schilling take the mound for their favorite team next year. The defending champion Boston Red Sox reached a deal to keep Schilling in their rotation. Milwaukee had been among the teams Schilling said he would consider as a free agent. But Schilling agreed to an $8 million contract with Boston yesterday with $3 million in potential performance bonuses.
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