Sports Daily: Wizards look ahead to summer, lament what might have been

Redskins sign Bob Marley’s grandson, Nico Marley, after rookie camp tryout; Nationals turn to Jacob Turner for Wednesday’s start vs. Pirates; Colin Kaepernick vs. RGIII: Who would you rather have on your team?; Isaiah Thomas will torch Kyrie Irving and give the Celtics a shot against the Cavaliers; Mallory Pugh steps into pro soccer, and increased expectations, with Washington Spirit; Paul Pierce jokes that No. 1 pick was his retirement gift to Celtics; LaVar Ball says son Lonzo will only work out for Lakers and will get team to playoffs;
 
Sports Daily
 
 
Wizards look ahead to summer, lament what might have been
The Wizards are confident that their core can rise to the top of the East — if the core remains intact.
Redskins sign Bob Marley’s grandson, Nico Marley, after rookie camp tryout
The linebacker recorded 86 tackles and an interception during his senior season at Tulane.
 
Nationals turn to Jacob Turner for Wednesday’s start vs. Pirates
The big right-hander will get his second start of the season Wednesday.
 
Colin Kaepernick vs. RGIII: Who would you rather have on your team?
The two probably are the top remaining free agent quarterbacks on the market.
 
ADVERTISEMENT
 
Isaiah Thomas will torch Kyrie Irving and give the Celtics a shot against the Cavaliers
Defense has never been the strong suit for the Cleveland guard, and Thomas should make him pay.
 
Mallory Pugh steps into pro soccer, and increased expectations, with Washington Spirit
The teenage star’s new NWSL coach tried to turn down the glare.
 
Paul Pierce jokes that No. 1 pick was his retirement gift to Celtics
A disastrous 2013 trade by the Nets for Pierce and Kevin Garnett set the stage for Boston’s big win in the NBA’s draft lottery.
 
LaVar Ball says son Lonzo will only work out for Lakers and will get team to playoffs
After the Lakers landed the No. 2 pick in the NBA draft, LaVar Ball has more confidence than ever — which is saying something — that his son will be selected by his favorite team.
 
ADVERTISEMENT
 
Recommended for you
 
Monday Morning Post Up
All the NBA news and commentary you need, once a week.
Sign Up »
 
     
 
©2017 The Washington Post, 1301 K St NW, Washington DC 20071
 
 
 

Related posts