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Derek McCartney finds the positives in his uncertain draft status

Apr 21, 2018 | by Mackenzie Brecker, Mile High Sports
Derek McCartney finds the positives in his uncertain draft status

Former University of Colorado football defensive lineman Derek McCartney is looking forward to the upcoming NFL Draft, even if he’s a seventh-round pick or earns his shot with an NFL team as an undrafted free agent.

In an interview with Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro on Mile High Sports AM 1340 | FM 104.7, McCartney discussed his hopes for the future, and ...

Former Gonzaga stars Kevin Pangos, Kyle Wiltjer clash in EuroLeague playoffs

Apr 20, 2018 | by Jim Meehan,

Former Gonzaga point guard Kevin Pangos and his Zalgiris teammates are trying to add a few more chapters to their historic season.

Pangos has helped the Lithuanian team reach the EuroLeague playoffs for the first time since 1999. He averages 12.7 points and 6.2 assists in EuroLeague games and 10.3 points and 4.2 assists for the season.

Kyle Kuzma Helps the Lakers Rebuild

Apr 19, 2018 | by Amanda Scurlock, Los Angeles Sentinel
Kyle Kuzma Helps the Lakers Rebuild

Over the span of a year, Flint, MI native Kyle Kuzma has become a household name for Lakers fans.

A young man who quietly came into the NBA, made noise throughout his rookie season. His shot selection and accuracy garnered the affection of Lakers fans long before 2017-18 NBA season started.

The Lakers rookie forward Kyle Kuzma aided to the upward momentum ...

Ingles does the dirty work in Jazz NBA win

Apr 18, 2018 | by SBS News

Joe Ingles only scored three points in the Utah Jazz's NBA playoff series-levelling 102-95 victory against the Oklahoma City Thunder, but his teammates were full of praise for their Australian forward.

They are used to Ingles doing the crucial, invisible things that are not recorded on a score sheet.

Ingles was schooled by Thunder All-Star Paul George in Sunday's game one but ...

The life of Zaza

Apr 18, 2018 | by Shelley Smith, ESPN

Shelley Smith takes a look at the life of Zaza Pachulia off the court and gets some insight into some of his most scrutinized basketball moments.

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David Wells: “It’s Been A Long Process. I Am Really Anxious To See Where I End Up”

Apr 18, 2018 | by Scott and BR, Mighty 1090 AM
David Wells: “It’s Been A Long Process. I Am Really Anxious To See Where I End Up”

Former SDSU Tight End David Wells joined Scott and Linda to talk about next weeks NFL Draft and where he thinks he will end up.

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Richmond's Kyle Lauletta has everything NFL teams should (but don't) look for in a QB prospect

Apr 18, 2018 | by Steven Ruiz, For The Win
Richmond's Kyle Lauletta has everything NFL teams should (but don't) look for in a QB prospect

Kyle Lauletta isn’t a quarterback who is going to wow you with his arm strength. At 6-foot-3 he’s tall in comparison to the rest of us mortals, but by NFL standards, he’s of average height. While Lauletta tested well at the scouting combine, his athleticism doesn’t exactly jump off the tape. And having played at Richmond, an FCS school, he ...

Garrett Temple Continues Social Efforts

Apr 16, 2018 | by Jordan Ramirez, NBA.com/kings
Garrett Temple Continues Social Efforts

In recent weeks, Temple was awarded for his social efforts, spoke at UC Berkeley Law and was interviewed on Outside the Lines.

Garrett Temple missed the last 10 games of the season due to an ankle injury, but that didn’t stop the eight-year vet from contributing in numerous ways off the court.

Football: Dad's memory keeps Lancaster focused as NFL draft nears

Apr 16, 2018 | by Dick Goss, The Herald-News
Football: Dad's memory keeps Lancaster focused as NFL draft nears

Plainfield East graduate Tyler Lancaster said he owes so much to his dad, Brad, who died of cancer Jan. 25 at age 55.

The gifts from dad indeed may continue for the 6-foot-31/2, 315-pound Northwestern defensive tackle as he embarks on an NFL career.

“My dad played football at Bolingbrook way back in the day,” Lancaster said. “He was a running back, ...

Posluszny: 'Rather be a year too early than one play too late'

Apr 16, 2018 | by Michael DiRocco, ESPN

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Paul Posluszny didn’t want to be a player who hung around a year or two longer than he should have.

Doing that would have cheated the game he’s loved since childhood. Outside of an injury, that’s the worst thing Posluszny could have imagined happening to him on the field, and it’s why the Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker eventually decided to make the 2017 ...

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