Posted on June 26th, 2017 in Weekly Roundup by Mark Alewine | Tags: 2017 NBA Draft, Bill Glauber, David Woods, Erin Hills, ESPN, Ian O'Connor, Indiana Hoosiers Swimming, Indianapolis Star, LaVar Ball, Lily King, Lonzo Ball, Los Angeles Rams, Mark Alewine, Marshall Jacobs, Michael Pina, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, NBA Draft, Rio Olympics, Sacramento Kings, Sports Capital Journalism Program, U.S. Open, UCLA, Vice Sports
Bill Glauber of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel tells the story of Marshall Jacobs, who collapsed and died during the 2017 U.S. Open at Erin Hills, just days after his wife of 68 years.
David Woods of the Indianapolis Star profiles Olympic gold medalist Lily King and her struggles to move on after her incredible success at the Rio Olympics.
Ian O’Connor of ESPN makes a clear distinction between Lonzo Ball, the exciting new point guard for the Los Angeles Lakers, and LaVar Ball, his outspoken father.
Michael Pina of Vice Sports says the Sacramento Kings, after years of being one of the worst teams in the NBA, are now building a contender after the 2017 NBA Draft.