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Milwaukee Police Release Video Of Sterling Brown’s ‘Unlawful’ Arrest

Wednesday, May 23, 2018 || By Local News Curator || @maywoodnews 

Featured image: Screenshot of body-cam footage showing the Milwaukee Police tasing and arresting Sterling Brown in January. | Screenshot 

The Milwaukee Police Department has released video footage of the Jan. 26 arrest of Maywood native, Proviso East graduate and Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown.

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Maywood Native Sterling Brown To Sue Milwaukee Police After Stun Gun Incident

Wednesday, May 23, 2018 || By Local News Curator || @maywoodnews 

Featured image: Sterling Brown | Milwaukee Bucks/Twitter 

Maywood native and Proviso East alum Sterling Brown, 23, who plays for the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks, is planning to file a civil lawsuit against the Milwaukee Police Department, Brown’s attorney announced on May 22.

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Breaking: Maywood Native Sterling Brown Picked 46th in NBA Draft

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Maywood native Sterling Brown, who was recently drafted in the second round of the NBA draft. | Draft Express.com

Friday, June 23, 2017 || By Michael Romain || @maywoodnews || Updated: 12:42 a.m. 

Sterling Brown, a Proviso East basketball standout who distinguished himself at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, was selected as the 46th pick in the NBA draft on June 22.

Brown — whose older brother, Proviso East and Michigan State alum Shannon Brown was picked 25th in the 2006 NBA draft — was picked in the second round by the Philadelphia 76ers but immediately traded to the Milwaukee Bucks.

In a June 20 essay he penned for CBS Local Sports, Sterling Brown recalled his family’s rich basketball roots and battling with his older brother:

“We have a basketball family,” Brown wrote. “My father played in college and of course Shannon played in the NBA, so just being around the game all the time growing up and watching those two really got me into playing basketball. My battles with my older brother growing up were good battles to me because he never took it easy on me. I still haven’t beaten him to this day. But, I always gave it my all and I got better with every game that I played against him. It’s still a challenge for me and I look forward to getting that first win under my belt.”

Read Brown’s full essay by clicking here. VFP

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