Sterling Brown
Milwaukee Bucks
Southern Methodist
Date Of Birth
2 October 1995
6 ft 6 in (1.98 m)
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    20 Jul @ 12PM

  • Bucks fall apart in the final minute and end their Summer League experience with a 91-89 loss to the No. 30 seed Philad…
    15 Jul @ 2AM

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    15 Jul @ 1AM

  • Sterling Brown wants to have a social impact that goes beyond Milwaukee and his hometown of Chicago.
    14 Jul @ 7PM

  • “At first, I was thinking, ‘All right, man, I got a ticket, I got to come out my pocket for some money, a big, healthy…
    13 Jul @ 8PM

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Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • Bucks player Sterling Brown sues Milwaukee over stun-gun arrest

    Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the city of Milwaukee and its police department, claiming unlawful arrest and excessive force when officers used a stun gun on him during his arrest for a parking violation.
    21 Jun @ 4PM

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  • NBA player sues Milwaukee police, claiming excessive force

    A National Basketball Association player on Tuesday filed a civil lawsuit in federal court alleging Milwaukee police used excessive force in a January arrest that he claims officers unnecessarily escalated from a simple parking violation. According to the lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Milwaukee, Sterling Brown, a guard for the Milwaukee Bucks who is black, was wrongfully arrested and mistreated because of his race by a police department with a history of excessive force against black people. The suit claims one of eight police officers named as defendants in the suit pulled his gun and another used a stun gun on Brown after he was already subdued and being held on the ground by several other officers.
    20 Jun @ 1PM

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  • Inside Sterling Brown’s Compelling Lawsuit Against Milwaukee and City's Police Department

    In a move that will intensify the national discussion on the treatment of African-Americans by law enforcement, Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown on Tuesday filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the City of Milwaukee, the chief of the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) and eight MPD sergeants and officers. The complaint, which SI has obtained and which will be litigated in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, raises serious claims about the treatment of Brown and other African-American men by Milwaukee law enforcement. Brown charges that the defendants violated his civil and constitutional rights as an American citizen and applied excessive and brutal force while unlawfully arresting him on a misdemeanor charge.
    20 Jun @ 12PM

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  • Officer Who Tased Bucks' Sterling Brown Joked About Doing the Same Thing to J.R. Smith

    Bucks guard Sterling Brown filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the city of Milwaukee and the police department. The lawsuit revealed that one of the officers that tased Brown bragged about it on Facebook and later joked about tasing the Cavaliers' J.R. Smith. "Nice meeting Sterling Brown of the Milwaukee Bucks at work this morning!" the officer wrote on Facebook after Brown's arrest.
    20 Jun @ 12PM

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  • Bucks' Sterling Brown files suit against Milwaukee, police department

    Sterling Brown filed a lawsuit against the city of Milwaukee and its police department, stemming from an incident in which a stun gun was used during an arrest for a parking violation in January. Brown, who plays for the Milwaukee Bucks, is the son of a Chicago police officer. Milwaukee police chief Alonso Morales issued an apology on behalf of the officers he said acted "inappropriately." Mark Thomsen, Brown's attorney, filed the lawsuit in federal court Tuesday alleging excessive force and unlawful arrest.
    20 Jun @ 6AM

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