Wisconsin Teams

Bobby Marks ESPN 

Here are the current and future cap implications in Milwaukee: The Bucks will have $116M in salary this season after the Ersan Ilyasova and Brook Lopez signing. The salary takes into account 13 guaranteed and 2 non-guaranteed contracts (Brandon Jennings and Tyler Zeller). For 2019-20, cap flexibility will be determined by the $13M player option of Khris Middleton. If the forward (and Eric Bledsoe) does not return, Milwaukee will have $28M in room. Retaining Middleton (at his $19.5M cap hold) would have the Bucks with $9M in cap space.

Bobby Marks ESPN 

The $129.8M luxury tax apron (hard cap) made it unrealistic for Milwaukee to match any offer sheet north of $12M for Jabari Parker. The apron was triggered when the Bucks agreed to terms with Ersan Ilyasova. The unlikely bonuses of Tony Snell and John Henson plus the pending signing of Brook Lopez left Milwaukee with only $8M in room below the apron.

Matich fishes with Wisconsin's offensive line (3:33)
Brewers reliever hits first career HR (0:26)
Parker and Bulls progressing on offer sheet (0:41)
Aguilar finds out he's an All-Star (0:55)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Congrats to Brewers first baseman Jesus Aguilar and Mariners shortstop Jean Segura, two deserving additions to the All-Star Game and arguably the MVPs for their respective teams in the first half — big reasons why the Brewers and Mariners currently hold down playoff spots.