It had been months since many of the Washington Wizards players spoke to the media to update the world on their summer and how they spent their offseason. So, there were plenty of questions to ask at media day on Monday and plenty of information for them to share. There was a lot of stuff on President Donald Trump that can be found here. And we'll have more on Markieff Morris' absence in a separate post. But here is a rundown of the miscellaneous highlights from Wizards media day 2017... Mahinmi had his meniscus repaired Details about the procedure Ian Mahinmi had done earlier this offseason were finally revealed. Mahinmi had his left meniscus repaired, much like he did last October. The timing
With NBA media day taking place in recent days for a lot of the teams in the league, there were plenty of ex-Wildcats in the spotlight. Check out the tweets of the day for some photos and videos of the events. Tweets of the day Your quickies Former Kentucky players on NBA Media Day | Kentucky Sports Radio A roundup of pictures and videos of former Kentucky players on NBA Media Day. Enes Kanter punched himself after learning about trade to Knicks - CatsPause Kanter was very happy to be traded to the Knicks Wesley, a fan from McRoberts, Ky., delivers emotional defense of Mark Stoops - SEC Country Mark Stoops shouldered the blame for Kentucky's loss to Florida on Saturday night, but Wesley from
LeBron James is not backing down on his comments about President Donald Trump, and countless other players and coaches in the NBA made it clear at media days around the league Monday that they are equally fed up with what could perhaps be described as a pattern of actions from the White House that they would call divisive or worse. Politics were the storyline of the NBA on the first official business day of the season for most of the league's clubs. That was no surprise, given the events of a weekend that included Trump rescinding the champion Golden State Warriors' invitation to the White House, James calling the president a "bum" and stars like union president Chris Paul speaking out in frustration.