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GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- Al Harris finally is headed for the Pro Bowl after years of being called one of the league's best cornerbacks by opposing wide receivers. He says it's unfortunate there are not a lot of Packers joining him. The Packers had four players make the NFC's Pro Bowl roster announced yesterday -- Harris, quarterback Brett Favre, wide receiver Donald Driver and defensive end Aaron Kampman.
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Torre Johnson has been dismissed from Wisconsin-Milwaukee's basketball team as a result of the criminal case filed against him in an incident early Saturday morning. Johnson, a transfer from Oklahoma State, is accused of hitting a woman in the mouth and causing an injury that required almost a dozen stitches. He's charged with substantial battery.
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The Milwaukee Bucks face the Sacramento Kings at the Bradley Center tonight.
The Bucks are coming off a double-overtime loss at Cleveland that dropped their road record this season to 2-12. But they're 8-2 on their home floor.