By Tom Orsborn Updated 7:22 pm CDT, Thursday, July 11, 2019 Lyles, a 6-foot-10 power forward averaged 8.5 points and nearly 4 rebounds per game last season with Denver. Lyles, a 6-foot-10 power forward averaged 8.5 points and nearly 4 rebounds per game last season with Denver. Photo: Matthew Stockman/Getty Images Photo: Matthew Stockman/Getty Images Image 1 of / 22 Caption Close Image 1 of 22 Lyles, a 6-foot-10 power forward averaged 8.5 points and nearly 4 rebounds per game last season with Denver. Lyles, a 6-foot-10 power forward averaged 8.5 points and nearly 4 rebounds per game last season with Denver. Photo: Matthew Stockman/Getty Images Spurs reach deal with free agent Trey Lyles 1 / 22 … [Read more...] about Spurs reach deal with free agent Trey Lyles
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The discussions are ongoing. Cal Quantrill will start Sunday, allowing the Padres to push the next starts for Chris Paddack and Matt Strahm back one day each. Barring a front-of-the-rotation type addition, Padres manager Andy Green will consider other in-house names throughout the season as the organization, one game at a time, attempts to scrap together more than 1,400 innings from its pitching staff. It’s a path the Padres, for all intents and purposes, started down last August upon placing two veteran starting pitchers on waivers. The return of one Friday night — Pirates right-hander Jordan Lyles and his 2.09 ERA — is a reminder of what the Padres just might be missing even if they remain steadfast in their commitment to discover all they can about the pitchers emerging from the game’s best farm system. “We’re growing because of the looks at those young guys,” Green said. “Yeah, you can always throw a new arm in there and have somebody … [Read more...] about Padres notes: Could starting rotation have used Jordan Lyles?
By Bob D'Angelo, Cox Media Group National Content Desk Lyle Menendez confirmed that he and his brother, Erik Menendez, who were convicted in their murder of their parents, appeared in the background of a 1990-91 Hoops basketball card of Mark Jackson that went viral last month, the Daily Mail confirmed. >> Read more trending news In an interview with DailyMailTV, the convicted murderer said he wouldn’t mind owning the card, which was seemingly worthless for years until a Reddit user spotted the brothers sitting courtside in the photo of Jackson, the New York Knicks’ point guard. The post went viral and the the value of the card jumped dramatically, although current eBay listings place it in the $15 to $30 range. >> 1990 basketball card appears to show Menendez brothers “I’d love to have the card, but it seems like they’re getting snapped up pretty quickly,” Menendez, 50, told the Daily Mail. “So, I … [Read more...] about Lyle Menendez confirms he and brother were pictured on basketball card
By Bob D’Angelo, Cox Media Group National Content Desk A sports card that has been practically worthless for more than 25 years has suddenly become a sensation in the collectibles hobby. >> Read more trending news That’s because the two men in the background of a 1990-91 Hoops basketball card of Mark Jackson look like the infamous Menendez brothers, the New York Daily News reported.While there has been no confirmation that the two men pictured are indeed Lyle and Erik Menendez, it is possible that the brothers, convicted in 1996 for their parents' murders in 1989, could have been sitting courtside at Madison Square Garden, Sports Collectors Daily reported.Neither the brothers nor Jackson have commented about the card. Recommended for you Recommended for you Recommended for you Most read 1 Atlanta celebrates a rarity - parade for champ sports team 2 Quinn on 4-9 Falcons: ‘There’s definitely disbelief& 3 New … [Read more...] about 1990 basketball card appears to show Menendez brothers in background
Former players know where to sit at Hamline University’s venerable Hutton Arena, the historic and often-overlooked venue in St. Paul, because they know the one enduring quirk of the place: It’s stinking hot, even on the coldest nights. Bleachers on the side opposite the benches press up against the windows, which Hamline staffers keep cracked to counteract the hard-to-regulate heat from the building’s antiquated steam boiler system. That helps. A little. “A lot of teams complain we turn the heat up in their locker room,” said Hamline assistant coach Ed Cassidy, who played here in the late 1970s. “I said, ‘Come over to our locker room. It’s the same. We don’t like it any better.’ It can get stifling in here.” Wednesday night, as light snow fell outside along Snelling Avenue, Dan Holjie, Don Bulger and Gary Fridell — Hamline teammates in the early 1960s and still close friends — settled in atop the window-side … [Read more...] about When it comes to basketball history, the U of M has nothing on Hamline