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Sports Seasons Peak with Super Bowl 52 & Changing Milwaukee Bucks Leadership

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Giannis Antetokounmpo #34 of the Milwaukee Bucks rebounds over David Nwaba #11 (L) and Denzel Valentine #45 of the Chicago Bulls at the United Center on January 28, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois. The Bucks defeated the Bulls 110-96.

It's an exciting times for sports fans: Super Bowl 52 is Sunday in Minnesota and the Winter Olympics start next week. Locally, it’s been a busy, hot stove season for the Brewers, and the Bucks are seeing their fortunes improve after parting ways with their head coach.

All of these topics are fair game for contributor Shaun Ranft, managing editor for the website The Sports Post, as he and Lake Effect's Mitch Teich discuss the latest sporting developments:

"There's gonna be a lot of turnover as there always is with coaching jobs, and a lot of people are probably going to want to be coaching the Milwaukee Bucks - which is a weird thing to say," jokes Shaun Ranft.

"I feel like (Jason Kidd) took them as far as he could take them. I don't think he's cut out for bringing them to the next level," he adds.

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