Roundup: ASU's Carson and Bachynski ready for NBA combine

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Arizona State

The NBA combine begins Wednesday in Chicago, and Arizona State’s Jahii Carson and Jordan Bachynski are ready to impress at the NBA combine.


The Ogwumike sisters are affected by the kidnappings in Nigeria and have begun plans to work with the US Fund for UNICEF to help Nigeria’s education and child protection programs, according to the Associated Press. The sisters’ parents are from Nigeria.

Oregon State

In case you’re wondering, the Beavers have yet to choose disciplinary action for pitcher Ben Wetzler for breaking a home window, but Pat Casey said that the ace will be disciplined and that an announcement is expected before Friday’s game against Washington.


Oregon has released a detailed timeline of actions following the March 9 allegation involving Damyean Dotson, Brandon Austin and Dominic Artis. In addition to this, a former city councilman in Eugene has filed a filed a Title IX complaint saying Oregon violated the rights of the dismissed players.


Myron Medcalf highlights the small forward position battle at Arizona. Who will Sean Miller start next year at the “3” – Stanley Johnson or Rondae Hollis-Jefferson?


Utah baseball edged BYU 5-4 last night in large part to Biss Larsen’s walk-off single, and here’s the Pac-12 Networks postgame interview with Larsen on capping the comeback and getting pied (it’s actually hand soap).


NCAA men’s golf regional competition begins Thursday, and Colorado is carrying confidence into the regionals. The Buffs will be playing in Auburn after finishing fourth at the Pac-12 Championships two weeks prior.


How ‘bouts another golf feature? Washington’s Cheng-Tsung Pan happily leads the Huskies into the regionals. This dude put together quite the run in the first two rounds of the U.S. Open last year.


Sophomore running back Ty Isaac has decided to transfer from USC, according to Scott Wolf.

Washington State

Washington State men’s basketball signed Ny Redding to a national letter of intent, Ernie Kent announced Tuesday. Redding put up some gaudy numbers at Westwind Prep in Phoenix this past season, averaging 29.8 points, 8.7 assists and 2.1 steals per game.


Kyle Bonagura tabs running back Daniel Lasco as Cal’s spring breakout player. Also, Cuonzo Martin is getting rave reviews from his former associates.


Here is a post-spring position outlook of UCLA’s special teams, provided to us by Jack Wang.

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