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Trevor Siemian Focused on Reps, Growth Early in Vikings Tenure

Jun 11, 2018 | by Eric Smith, Vikings.com

EAGAN, Minn. — The Vikings are less than 100 days away from their Sept. 9 season opener against San Francisco at U.S. Bank Stadium.

If all goes as planned, Minnesota will trot out Kirk Cousins at quarterback and show off its stout defense as it looks to start a new path toward the postseason.

But Cousins isn’t the only quarterback the Vikings added to their ...

Taiwan shows lots of love to NBA star Kyle Kuzma

Jun 10, 2018 | by Te'Qin Windham,Taiwan News
Taiwan shows lots of love to NBA star Kyle Kuzma

TAIPEI (Taiwan News)— NBA rookie Kyle Kuzma visited Taiwan June 6-8 to connect with fans and experience Taiwan's culture for the first time.

Los Angeles Lakers star Kyle Kuzma enjoyed three days in Taipei. On Wednesday Kuzma toured the city followed by a meet-and-greet event at Triangle. The NBA athlete made a guest appearance at the NBA Store Thursday and then spent Friday at Zhonghe Middle School for a basketball demonstration ...

Jake Rudock stars again at Lions' charity softball game, despite jersey mishap

Jun 09, 2018 | by Kyle Meinke, mlive.com

DEARBORN -- Life is hard for backup quarterbacks.

You work all week. You hold a clip board on Sundays. And in Jake Rudock's case, people still can't spell your name after three years in town (and another just down the road).

Danny Manning perfectly equipped to aid Bill Self, Team USA at FIBA Americas U18 Championship

Jun 08, 2018 | by Benton Smith, KUSports.com
Danny Manning perfectly equipped to aid Bill Self, Team USA at FIBA Americas U18 Championship

When USA Basketball announced this past March that University of Kansas coach Bill Self would lead the U18 men’s national team at the FIBA Americas championship it seemed fitting one of his assistants this summer would be former KU All-American and Self staffer Danny Manning.

Paul Posluszny's retirement has Jags asking: 'What would Poz do?'

Jun 08, 2018 | by Michael DiRocco, ESPN
Paul Posluszny's retirement has Jags asking: 'What would Poz do?'

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Replacing retired middle linebacker Paul Poslusznyseems to be pretty straightforward for the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Myles Jack, who started at strongside linebacker and played in the middle in nickel situations last season, moves into the middle full time. Blair Brown and Donald Payne are competing to be the starter at strongside linebacker.

Vikings' Daniel Carlson: Making strong impression in OTAs

Jun 07, 2018 | by RotoWire Staff, cbssports.com

Carlson has been impressive in OTAs as he went 5-of-5 in Tuesday's practice and made a 50-yard attempt, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.

Carlson will compete with veteran Kai Forbath for the placekicker job. It would be a surprise if Carlson doesn't win the job since the Vikings used a 2018 fifth-round draft choice on him, but the Vikings also re-signed Forbath ...

No Passport, but Plenty of Spine: A Turkish Knick

Jun 07, 2018 | by Jay Nordlinger, National Review
No Passport, but Plenty of Spine: A Turkish Knick

Below, I had a post about Turkey, the Erdogan dictatorship, and freedom of the press. Here is something related. Enes Kanter was scheduled to appear at the Oslo Freedom Forum last week. He may well have been the tallest participant, and the most talented, athletically. He is a center for the New York Knicks. He is also a Turk, and the dictatorship ...

Danny Manning’s International Playing and Coaching Experience Will Aid USA U18 Men

Jun 07, 2018 | by Gary R. Blockus, Red Line Editorial
Danny Manning’s International Playing and Coaching Experience Will Aid USA U18 Men

Manning reunites with Bill Self on coaching staff for 2018 FIBA Americas U18 Championship

 

The 2018 USA Basketball Men’s U18 National Team has a unique voice in Wake Forest University men’s basketball coach Danny Manning, who not only knows what it’s like to wear the red, white and blue, but who also knows what it’s like to coach a USA team from ...

ROSTER REVIEW | ANTHONY BROWN

Jun 06, 2018 | by Kyle Ratke, NBA.com/Timberwolves
ROSTER REVIEW | ANTHONY BROWN

SG | 6’7, 224 lbs

2017-18 season (with Iowa Wolves): 45 games, 43 starts, 37.7 MPG, 18.9 PPG, 4.8 RPG, 3.7 APG, 45.9 FG%, 40.4 3P%

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