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Sessions returns to Reno for basketball camp

Jul 17, 2017 | by Pete Francis, kolotv.com

It's one of those things that Reno is a second home for me, a place that did a lot for me, and a place that I've still got roots here, so it's only right to come back here to put this camp on for the community," said former Wolf Pack standout Ramon Sessions.

Sessions' annual basketball camp is this week in Reno ...

NBA AM: Carmichael Finds Peace in Europe

Jul 17, 2017 | by Joel Brigham,

In June of 2013, former Illinois State University standout Jackie Carmichael settled in to watch the NBA Draft with his family, unsure as to whether or not he’d actually end the night on a team’s roster. Carmichael was a four-year player at ISU, which means he didn’t so much declare for the draft as much as work his way toward ...

Ravens linebacker Kamalei Correa ready to tackle a season that's 'just not so crazy'

Jul 15, 2017 | by Jonas Shaffer, The Baltimore Sun

Three years ago, the Boise State football team was preparing to face Fresno State in the Mountain West Conference championship game. They’d played once before that season, and Andy Avalos, then the Broncos’ linebackers coach, recalled that the defense’s game plan did not change much between meetings. Boise had won by double digits seven weeks earlier.

Ex-UM star Walton dazzles with Magic in summer league

Jul 14, 2017 | by James Hawkins, The Detroit News

Not even a long layoff could cool Derrick Walton Jr.

After closing his Michigan career playing arguably as well as anyone in the nation, Walton seemingly picked up where he left off in the Orlando Summer League last week.

In four summer league games with the Orlando Magic, Walton shot 46.9 percent from the field (15-for-32), 50 percent from 3-point range (6-for-12), ...

Time at ISU helps Carmichael adapt as pro

Jul 14, 2017 | by Randy Kindred, pantagraph.com
Time at ISU helps Carmichael adapt as pro

Professional basketball has taken Jackie Carmichael to Spain, Israel, Turkey and back to Israel in the past four years. Mixed in was a stint with the Iowa Energy of the NBA’s developmental league, formerly known as the D-League and now the G-League.

That’s a lot of change. At each stop, the 6-foot-9, 240-pound power forward has had to adjust to a ...

Jefferson grad Adreian Payne hosts basketball camp for area kids

Jul 14, 2017 | by James Rider, fox45now.com
Jefferson grad Adreian Payne hosts basketball camp for area kids

DAYTON -- Jefferson grad Adreian Payne returned to Dayton Thursday to host a basketball camp for kids grads K-12 and an all-star basketball game.

Payne, who grew up in a similar community as many of the kids and playing against several of their older siblings wanted to give kids in Dayton a chance to go to a basketball camp for little ...

Australian NBA star Joe Ingles stays humble despite rise from obscurity to huge Utah Jazz contract

Jul 14, 2017 | by Matt Logue, The Daily Telegraph
Australian NBA star Joe Ingles stays humble despite rise from obscurity to huge Utah Jazz contract

FOR a bloke being paid megabucks over the next four years, Australian NBA star Joe Ingles is refreshingly humble.

As one of the nation’s highest paid athletes, you could forgive Ingles for carrying an assured swagger that precedes the $US52 million ($67m) he is being paid.

But there is no ego about the Utah Jazz small forward.

When you talk to Ingles, you ...

Former Mustang David Morgan fully focused on second NFL season

Jul 13, 2017 | by Jennifer Fierro, dailytrib.com

MARBLE FALLS — Days before the start of his second NFL training camp with the Minnesota Vikings, 2011 Marble Falls High School graduate David Morgan was home visiting family and friends, playing golf, and even taking a quick trip to the Texas coast.

But it hasn’t been all play and no work for the former Mustang.

Morgan took part in team activities ...

Jazz forward Joel Bolomboy focusing on little things for big-picture goal

Jul 11, 2017 | by Jody Genessy, Deseret News
Jazz forward Joel Bolomboy focusing on little things for big-picture goal

LAS VEGAS — As the Utah Jazz front office internally works out team building this offseason, Joel Bolomboy is determined to keep his name in the conversation.

The 6-foot-9 power forward played most of the 2016-17 season in the D-League.

He’s hoping to do his work in the NBA this upcoming season and beyond.

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