San Diego State delivers another dominant NIT performance

San Diego State Aztecs forward Malik Pope

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Aztecs top Washington 93-78, Advance in NIT
The San Diego State Aztecs aren’t done yet. They’ll play again on Wednesday, against Georgia Tech at Viejas Arena, after showing up big against Washington last night. Specifically, fans were treated to the team’s best offensive showing of the season, led by senior forward Winston Shepard.

The day the direction of the Padres changed – San Diego Union-Tribune
An excellent in-depth look at how the San Diego Padres ended up with a new Owner, new team President, new General Manager, and new Manager, in just a few years.

Myers fuels 8-run frame as Padres top Reds – MLB.com
Wil Myers homered and doubled in the same inning Monday night, sparking an eight-run fourth, as the Padres beat the Reds, 8-5, on Monday night.

AUDIO: Matt Vasgersian On MLB In Cuba, Preposterous White Sox & Takeaways From Padres

Sileo brings out the big gun for the San Diego Gulls
During intermission at Friday night’s San Diego Gulls home game, Dan Sileo got his chance to shoot the t-shirt cannon into the crowd. Things did not go as planned. Check out the video to see what happened!

 

Chargers’ roster moves just getting started – San Diego Union-Tribune
Although the San Diego Chargers kicked off free agency with a bang, and haven’t done much since, they still have some cap room left to use and a few positions on the roster that are in need of help.

Offensive Free Agent options still left for the San Diego Chargers – Bolts from the Blue
Here’s a look at a handful of still-available free agents that the Chargers could target, and possibly should target, to help fill some of the gaps that currently exist on the team’s roster.

Craig Sager’s cancer is no longer in remission – For The Win
Beloved NBA sideline reporter Craig Sager is fighting another battle with leukemia.

The TNT personality told HBO in an upcoming Real Sports special that his cancer is no longer in remission. When asked what’s next he said he was in “uncharted waters.”

 

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