Steve Fisher to return to SDSU sidelines in 2016-2017

San Diego State Aztecs coach Steve Fisher

Steve Fisher To Coach SDSU Basketball Through 2016-2017 Season
San Diego State Aztecs basketball coach Steve Fisher is 71 years old and has already put together a lifetime’s worth of accomplishments. Those facts, plus the team having a Head-Coach-In-Waiting in Assistant Coach Brian Dutcher, has led to speculation that Fisher might retire before the start of next season.

Now, we can all breathe a sigh of relief. Coach Fisher will return to the sidelines to coach at least one more season of SDSU basketball, his 18th (he joined San Diego State before the 1999-2000 season). Hopefully, it won’t be his last.

Padres Shutout For Eighth Time In 2-0 Loss To Rockies
The Padres won their second consecutive series but fall to 0-8 in shutouts, and 0-9 in series finales after losing 2-0 to the Rockies Wednesday.


AUDIO: AJ Preller: “Myers & Kemp Have Definitely Carried Us”
Padres GM AJ Preller joined Scott and BR on Padres Wednesday to talk about the team winning 4 of their last 6, Matt Kemp and Wil Myers hot streak at the plate, update on Robbie Erlin upcoming Tommy John surgery and his interest in Tim Lincecum.

Chargers host C Matt Slauson for visit – San Diego Union-Tribune
Veteran center-guard Matt Slauson arrived in San Diego for a visit with the team Wednesday, sources said. He became a free agent Monday when the Bears released him after drafting a guard, Cody Whitehair, in the second round Friday. Slauson is expected to visit the Bills this week as well, deciding which of the two — presuming no outside favorite emerges — offers the best opportunity to apply his experience of 85 starts since 2010.

Joey Bosa On Wanting To Be A More Vocal Leader
Chargers rookie Defensive End Joey Bosa on who he is on and off the football field, proving himself in the NFL and wanting to be a more vocal leader.


AUDIO: Jatavis Brown: “Whatever It Is The Coach Wants Me To Do, It’s My Job To Get It Done”
New Chargers draftee Jatavis Brown joins Kevin Acee on this Wednesday evening to discuss the feeling of being selected by the San Diego Chargers. Listen here!

Morrow hit hard before El Paso rallies – San Diego Union-Tribune
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Rams draft pick Tyler Higbee to be arraigned on assault charge – USA Today
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Gulls’ Brandon Montour Talks Scary Collision
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Cavaliers blow out Hawks, set NBA record with 25 three-pointers – USA Today
When the steady rainbow of threes stopped falling through the net (25-for-45, 55.6%), the Cavs were headed for their easiest victory of the postseason.The Cavaliers pummeled the Atlanta Hawks with a barrage of threes, making a playoff-record 25 three-pointers, including another playoff-record 18 threes – 18! – in the first half. It was the most three-pointers in any NBA game, regular season or playoffs.


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