Sports Daily: John Wall, with all-NBA third-team honor, finally gets the recognition he feels he deserves

Kirk Cousins records video message for high school football player injured in accident; Nats killer Freddie Freeman is out as Washington travels to Atlanta to face the Braves; After two ACL tears, Joshua Holsey gave football one last shot. Now he’s in the NFL with the Redskins.; Don’t drink the water: CDC says diarrhea-inducing parasite on the rise in U.S. pools; Mariners honor Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell with moment of silence before game; Global soccer power FC Barcelona plants its flag in the U.S. youth market; ESPN’s Holly Rowe isn’t backing down after cancer returns;
 
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John Wall, with all-NBA third-team honor, finally gets the recognition he feels he deserves
Washington’s star guard joined the pantheon of elite NBA players by having his best season, and elevating the games of several teammates.
Kirk Cousins records video message for high school football player injured in accident
Langley junior Hans Vollmecke is “still shocked” by the Redskins QB’s encouraging words.
 
Nats killer Freddie Freeman is out as Washington travels to Atlanta to face the Braves
The matchup between the Nationals and Atlanta will be a showdown between the National League East leaders and one of their closest divisional competitors.
 
After two ACL tears, Joshua Holsey gave football one last shot. Now he’s in the NFL with the Redskins.
After tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee for a second time back in 2015, Auburn cornerback Joshua Holsey decided he should give up.
 
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Don’t drink the water: CDC says diarrhea-inducing parasite on the rise in U.S. pools
Plug your nose, too.
 
Mariners honor Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell with moment of silence before game
The tribute was among many for the 52-year-old Seattle native, who was found dead Thursday.
 
Global soccer power FC Barcelona plants its flag in the U.S. youth market
The club’s formation of six development programs, including one in Northern Virginia, signifies a long-term plunge into lucrative territory.
 
ESPN’s Holly Rowe isn’t backing down after cancer returns
She’ll continue to work while treating the melanoma that first was discovered two years ago.
 
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