Jim Owczarski, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Jim Owczarski

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Green Bay, WI, United States

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  • El Paso Times
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Recent articles by Jim:

Mavericks 114, Bucks 103: Giannis Antetokounmpo looks ready for season in sharp preseason finale

Giannis Antetokounmpo once again looked sharp and appeared ready to start the regular season Oct. 19. → Read More

Mavericks coach Jason Kidd on Bucks title: 'It was just a matter of time'

Mavericks coach Jason Kidd returned to Milwaukee on Friday night. → Read More

Milwaukee Bucks general manager Jon Horst gets multiyear contract extension

Bucks general manager Jon Horst was rewarded with a multiyear contract extension after orchestrating moves that led to the NBA title last season. → Read More

Jazz 124, Bucks 120: Giannis Antetokounmpo and the offense look sharp again in exhibition play

Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 21 points in 21 minutes, making 9 of his 12 shots. He also had six rebounds and five assists. → Read More

Milwaukee Bucks 130, Oklahoma City Thunder 110: 'Big three' return for a big night in first game action of year

Bucks 130, Thunder 110: 'Big three' return for a big night in first game action of year → Read More

Nets 119, Bucks 115: Young players get a chance to develop and show their potential in loss to Brooklyn

The Bucks' 119-115 preseason loss to the Nets on Friday night was more about who wasn’t on the court. → Read More

Fire alarm delays Milwaukee Bucks' preseason opener in Memphis after three quarters, players and fans evacuated

With the Bucks trailing the Grizzlies, 87-77, after the third quarter, a fire alarm forced the evacuation of fans and players from FedEx Forum. → Read More

The NBA’s general managers have spoken: Where do the Bucks and Giannis rank?

The Bucks' Giannis Antetokounmpo, Jrue Holiday and Mike Budenholzer got some mention in an NBA.com poll of league general managers on several topics. → Read More

The Milwaukee Bucks got back to work in front of fans Sunday and set a competitive tone in their open scrimmage

Giannis Antetokounmpo didn't participate and Bobby Portis left early with an injury, but there was a little trash talking and an exciting finish for the Milwaukee Bucks in a scrimmage Sunday at Fiserv Forum. → Read More

The Bucks' title run of 2021 helps highlight a Hall of Fame push for former coach Larry Costello

DJ Carstensen, a former player of Costello's at Utica College, is heading a campaign to get Larry Costello into the Basketball Hall of Fame. → Read More

Milwaukee Bucks welcome NBA changes in officiating 'abnormal non-basketball moves by offensive players'

The offensive player contorting his body in some fashion to draw contact on a shot will be interpreted differently this season, the NBA announced. → Read More

With 'vast majority' of Milwaukee Bucks vaccinated, players aren't worried about team chemistry

The NBA is putting numerous restrictions on non-vaccinated players, but the Bucks are confident they still can build team chemistry. → Read More

After a short offseason, the NBA champion Milwaukee Bucks open training camp with a long view in mind

"It's about making sure you ... do what you need to put yourselves in a position ... to excel in 82 games and the playoffs,” Pat Connaughton says. → Read More

U.S. Ryder Cup captain Steve Stricker's picks have hit all the right shots

There was a feeling that the U.S. team team didn’t have enough Ryder Cup experience, but captain Steve Stricker saw the turnover as a positive. → Read More

'Who saw that coming?': Ryder Cup host Whistling Straits paved way for Wisconsin to become Midwest golf capital

How Ryder Cup host Whistling Straits paved the way for Wisconsin to become the Midwest golf capital. → Read More

Bathed in early sunlight, fans chant, sing and cheer as Ryder Cup golfers arrive at first tee

It was a rowdy, mostly pro-American crowd as foursomes teed off early Friday morning for the start of the Ryder Cup. → Read More

U.S. Ryder Cup team members feel captain Steve Stricker's style has set them up for success

U.S. Ryder Cup captain Steve Stricker has long said he was going to keep this tournament casual for his team, with a focus on camaraderie and preparedness. → Read More

Milwaukee Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer feels the spirit, and the love, at the Ryder Cup

Milwaukee Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer feels the spirit, and the love, at the Ryder Cup → Read More

Foiled foursomes: U.S. Ryder Cup team traditionally has struggled in unique team format

Maybe because the format is played more in Europe than in the U.S., but the alternate-shot game has been a European advantage. → Read More

Ryder Cup captains address injury, strategy and team chemistry to start the week at Whistling Straits

Steve Stricker and Padraig Harrington answered questions like seasoned NFL coaches: with confidence and ambiguity. → Read More