Roundup: Kyle Kuzma, Lonzo Ball lead Lakers to Summer League title
Congrats to the Los Angeles Lakers for winning the 2017 NBA Summer League title, and Kyle Kuzma was named Summer League championship game MVP after going for 30 points (6-of-10 from 3-point range) and 10 rebounds in the Lake Show’s 110-98 win over the Portland Trail Blazers.
Meanwhile, Lonzo Ball was named NBA Summer League MVP overall for averaging 16.3 points, 9.3 assists (tops in Summer League), 7.7 rebounds, 2.5 steals and 1.0 blocks per contest.
Jessica Allister was named Stanford softball head coach, AD Bernard Muir announced Tuesday. Allister was most recently the head coach at Minnesota, leading the Gophers to a whopping 56-5 record and No. 1 national ranking at one point last season. Great hire on paper by the Card.
According to 247Sports.com and confirmed by Addicted to Quack, Oregon football freshman Rutger Reitmaier is leaving the program. He was the No. 10 defensive tackle in the country according to 247Sports.com recruiting rankings.
Katie Richardson has been promoted to Arizona State softball assistant coach, head coach Trisha Ford announced Monday. The former Minnesota standout worked primarily as the infield and hitting coach last year and will continue those duties in 2018.
Dan Wetzel writes about O.J. Simpson’s ability to captivate the media as he takes a look at what Simpson might do if he gets paroled Thursday.
Kyle Bonagura looks at the pros and cons of Washington taking two top quarterback prospects in the same recruiting class (2018).
The Oregonian/OregonLive breaks down the Oregon State position battle at safety in this piece. Who will get the starting nod – Jalen Moore or Austin Hudson?
Michael Lev of the Arizona Daily Star believes Arizona safety Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles is the fifth most valuable player on the Arizona football team for the upcoming season.
Brian Howell gives us this Colorado football opponent preview of UCLA. ‘Twill be the first conference road game of the season for the Buffs.
California Golden Blogs takes a statistical look at the Washington and USC defenses under Justin Wilcox.
Who is Washington State football’s most underrated player? For Jeff Nusser’s money, it’s running back Jamal Morrow (CougCenter).