Steve von Horn


I love sports. I can certainly be more creative and articulate in expressing my love for sports than that, but it will show through more in my writing than in any abstract blurb I could offer here. Just know that when it comes to the Chicago Bears, Milwaukee Bucks, Chicago White Sox and Wisconsin Badgers, I am at least as big of a fan as you are. I am a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and Marquette University Law School, and I currently reside in Madison, WI. When not watching or analyzing sports, I am probably spending time with my beautiful wife and helping to teach our precious baby daughter how to talk (check) crawl (check) walk (pending). You can find me on SB Nation's Milwaukee Bucks blog (Brew Hoop), SB Nation's Midwest News Desk (SB Nation Chicago, St. Louis and Denver), and SB Nation Chicago.


FIBA Asia schedule: Will Chinese Taipei advance?

Semifinal action headlines the 2013 FIBA Asia Championship schedule for Saturday. Can Chinese Taipei pull off another upset win and hand Iran its first loss of the tournament?

Knicks reportedly interested in Amundson, Haddadi

The New York Knicks are reportedly interested in Lou Amundson and Hamed Haddadi. In fact, there are quite a few players competing for a roster spot with the Knicks.

Kings struggling to secure site for new arena

The Sacramento Kings are running into problems trying to secure a site for their new arena, and City Hall has been asked to step in to provide some assistance in acquiring a vital piece of land.

2013 FIBA Asia results: Chinese Taipei beats China

Quarterfinal action at the 2013 FIBA Asia Championship unfolded on Friday, and Iran joined Chinese Taipei among the teams that advanced to the semifinal round. Here's a recap of the action.

Udonis Haslem hopes to be ready for Heat camp

Miami Heat forward Udonis Haslem says his rehab from knee surgery is going well, and he hopes to be ready to play again when training camp arrives in October.

NBA news roundup: Bulls, Lakers wait on Tolliver

The Bulls, Lakers, Jazz and Bobcats are all interested in big man Anthony Tolliver, but Paul Pierce isn't interested in returning to Boston multiple times next season. Here's a roundup of the latest NBA news.

Report: Udrih to sign with Knicks

Veteran free agent point guard Beno Udrih cancelled his meeting with the Memphis Grizzlies on Thursday, and he has reportedly decided to sign a one-year deal with the New York Knicks.

Faried: Nuggets will be fine this season

The Denver Nuggets have been through a difficult NBA offseason, but Kenneth Faried believes the team will be fine going forward. He has also been working on post moves with Hakeem Olajuwon.

Knicks reportedly close to signing PG Beno Udrih

The New York Knicks have been shopping for a free agent point guard, and it appears they are primed to sign Beno Udrih to a value contract.

Sanders, Bucks close to extension

The Milwaukee Bucks are reportedly in the 'final stages' of negotiations on a contract extension with 24-year-old center Larry Sanders. He could be headed for an annual salary that exceeds $10 million.

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