With the NBA Draft looming in less than a month, the biggest talking point has been just how much of an impact LaVar Ball is going to have on his son, Lonzo’s, NBA career. It’s a question worth asking given the, ahem, outspoken nature of the eldest Ball. While Lonzo and LaMelo, who is finishing up his sophomore season in high school, are the stars that get the majority of the attention, there is another Ball brother that will be enrolling at UCLA next season: LiAngelo.
Florida Atlantic coach Lane Kiffin will host coaches from Tennessee, his former employer, as well as Michigan's Jim Harbaugh and others at the school's camp for high school players next month. Coaches from five Power 5 programs -- Tennessee, Michigan, Arkansas, Illinois and Vanderbilt -- will work at Florida Atlantic's camp June 5 in Boca Raton, Florida. Harbaugh and Razorbacks coach Bret Bielema will be there with their staffs, and other head coaches like Illinois' Lovie Smith could join. Kiffin served as Tennessee's coach for one year in 2009, going 7-6, before departing for USC. Several other coaching staffs could join the camp, including Alabama, where Kiffin served as offensive coordinator
When Maryland sophomore Austin Henningsen started the NCAA mens lacrosse semifinals 2-for-2 at the faceoff against Denver, he had already fared better than the Pioneers previous opponent, Notre Dame. Thats how dominant Denvers Trevor Baptiste is. Psychologically I think that was really helpful for us, because everybody kept talking about how good he is, and he is all that, Maryland head coach John Tillman said following the Terps 9-8 nail-biting victory.