Report: Markelle Fultz, Orlando Magic Agree to Three-Year Extension — NBC4 Washington

The former No. 1 overall pick has signed a three-year extension to remain in Orlando.

Report: Markelle Fultz, Orlando Magic Agree to Three-Year Extension — NBC4 Washington

Magic guard and DMV native Markelle Fultz has signed a three-year, $50 million extension to remain in Orlando, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Last season, his first with the Magic, Fultz appeared in 72 games with 60 starts. The guard averaged a career-high in points (12.2), assists (5.1) field goal percentage (46.5%) and free throw percentage (73.0%), turning around his career after two injury-riddled seasons with Philadelphia.

The No. 1 overall pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, Fultz had been labeled a bust by many after playing in just 33 games for the 76ers over his first two seasons before being dealt to Orlando. The 22-year-old’s shooting form became a topic of conversation, as it contained an unorthodox hitch and looked drastically different from when he starred at the University of Washington.

Former Rams star, Hall of Fame linebacker Kevin Greene dies at 58 — Press Telegram

By STEVE REED Hall of Fame linebacker Kevin Greene, who played eight seasons with the Los Angeles Rams and was considered one of the fiercest pass rushers in NFL history, has died. He was 58. Greene died Monday, the family confirmed, as did the Pro Football Hall of Fame. No cause of death was given.…

Former Rams star, Hall of Fame linebacker Kevin Greene dies at 58 — Press Telegram

San Jose Sharks officially relocating to Arizona for training camp, and possibly longer — Chico Enterprise-Record

NHL: Because of Santa Clara County’s COVID-19 restrictions, San Jose Sharks will be holding training camp in Scottsdale, Arizona

San Jose Sharks officially relocating to Arizona for training camp, and possibly longer — Chico Enterprise-Record

National NBA media believe Warriors will be in new play-in tournament — Red Bluff Daily News

Warriors mostly predicted to finish eighth to 10th place in Western Conference, with a shot to make playoffs.

National NBA media believe Warriors will be in new play-in tournament — Red Bluff Daily News