Kentucky Power Forward Joel Embiid looked like the top pick in the draft until a recent stress fracture caused his stock to drop in the draft. Scott asked Drew how this changes the Cleveland Cavaliers draft plans for tomorrow night. “It looked like everything was set before Joel Embiid got the stress fracture in his foot. It looked like Embiid was going to go first, with Jabari Parker going second and Andrew Wiggins going to go third. So now it puts Cleveland in an interesting situation.”
Mateen Cleaves joined Ed and Steve to talk about the upcoming NBA Draft.
Tony Massenburg joined Ed and Steve to talk about the NBA Finals and Maryland Terrapins basketball.
DC Divas running back Donna Wilkinson joined Ed and Steve to talk about the prospect of playing football against men.
Kenny Towns had three hits, Artie Lewicki pitched 3 1/3 innings of solid relief and Virginia beat Maryland 7-3 Sunday to force a deciding game 3 of the NCAA Charlottesville super regional.
Jake Stinnett pitched six solid innings, Brandon Lowe had two RBIs and Maryland beat Virginia 5-4 Saturday in the opener of an NCAA super regional.
Maryland baseball coach John Szefc on this weekend’s Super Regional Series against Virginia.
Instead of debating whether Cal Ripken Jr. or Babe Ruth is the best Baltimore Athlete of All-Time, we decided to focus on active athletes from the area.
Blake Schmit drove in three runs as Maryland beat South Carolina a second straight time, a 10-1 victory Sunday night to win the NCAA tournament’s Columbia regional.
Old Dominion closer Brad Gero hit batters with the bases loaded in the ninth inning to bring home the tying and winning runs in Maryland’s 4-3 victory at the NCAA tournament’s Columbia regional on Friday.
Notre goalie Conor Kelly outplayed his All-America counterpart for Maryland and helped send the Fighting Irish into the NCAA lacrosse championship game for the second time.
The eyes of the lacrosse world will be on Downtown Baltimore for the Men’s Lacrosse Final Four. The last time Maryland hosted the event was back in 2011.