Aaron Rodgers and Ryan Braun Sit Courtside At Bucks Game


The Milwaukee Bucks 91-81 defeat of the New Jersey Nets marked the return of point guard Brandon Jennings, but it was Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and Milwaukee Brewers All-Star Ryan Braun who received a standing ovation.

Rodgers and Braun sat court-side to watch the Bucks win their third straight game behind 17 points and 18 rebounds from Andrew Bogut.

Excited about the Packers recent success, Jennings even threw in a “championship belt” celebration of his own from the Bucks bench on Saturday night.

Following the win against the Nets, Jennings took part in a brief conversation with the Super Bowl-Bound Quarterback.

“I told him, ‘Good luck, this town is really buzzing right now because of you guys. It’s important that you guys go down there and take care of business just to keep the city alive. Green and yellow all day,'” said Jennings.

Jennings was eased back into the game on Sunday after missing 19 games as he played a total of 11 minutes and contributed two points and an assist.

Rodgers and the team will leave for Dallas on Monday to start preparing for the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV on February 6th.

Braun and the Brewers are only a couple of weeks away from the beginning of spring training in the very sunny Arizona.

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Nick Grays is a senior editor at the Sports Bank where he covers the Wisconsin Badgers, Green Bay Packers, Indiana Pacers and Milwaukee Brewers. Follow him on Twitter by clicking here or visit his blog Nick Knows Best.

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  1. Cool pic! Nicely done with the story too

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