Bucks play in Chicago tomorrow night
UNDATED (AP) -- The Milwaukee Bucks face the Chicago Bulls tomorrow night in Chicago after last night's demoralizing defeat in Denver.
Milwaukee's record slipped to 11-16, putting the Bucks in fourth place in their Central Division.
That's just a game and a half ahead of the last-place Bulls, who are 9-17.
The Bulls are coming off a 94-79 loss in San Antonio last night in their first game since Scott Skiles was fired as coach. The Bulls for now are coached by assistant coach Pete Myers.
Favre says he's not worried about offensive line switches
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- As the Green Bay Packers prepare for their final game and then the playoffs, their situation at one position in the offensive line remains unsettled.
The Packers have shuffled their guards all season, and the left guard spot still appears to be up for grabs going into the regular-season finale against Detroit at Lambeau Field on Sunday.
Both Junius Coston and Daryn Colledge have gotten playing time at that position, but neither one has played well enough to claim it for his own.
Coach Mike McCarthy says he's waiting for that to happen, and until it does he'll switch the players as necessary.