- Jabari Bird worked out with the 76ers last Monday.
- Nothing that’s new to Cal fans, but the New York Knicks posted a few pics of Ivan Rabb.
- Assistant coach Chris Walker spoke with Ben Parker on Golden Bear Report.
- A few days old, but if you have time on your hands, Jon Rothstein’s College Hoops podcast did an interview (Roughly 30 minutes) with Wyking Jones.
- Layshia Clarendon made the front page of The GA Voice for Pride month!
- The University of Kentucky says that Cal will play the tough Wildcats in Lexington on December 21. That boosts the difficulty of Cal’s schedule big time (huge contrast from last year’s cupcake non-conference slate) and that is taking into consideration that UConn is supposed to be on the schedule as well.
- Speaking of schedules... the entire Men’s Soccer schedule is here! They open August 25 at home against West Virginia. Other notable games include the home and home against Furd: October 8 at home and November 9 at the farm.
- Preston Grand Pre explains why he has decided to sign with the Los Angeles Dodgers instead of playing his final year at Cal (it has a lot to do with him being from Southern California).
- Michael Brady has finally made a Major League roster when he was called up by the Oakland Athletics last weekend. He still hasn’t played yet.
- His former Cal teammate and current A’s teammate Marcus Semien is close to coming back from a lengthy hand injury as he participated in batting practice last weekend. He was the subject of a Father’s Day segment as he talked about being a dad (with former Volleyball star Tarah Murray).
- A few players, like Tanner Dodson, Joey Matulovich (both on the same team) and Cameron Eden have been playing in summer leagues. Click on the links on each player for highlights and/or interviews.
- Daily Cal looks at the defensive linemen for the 2017 Bears.
- More Pac-12, but Jon Wilner talks more about finances for the conference. This is out of my range so I can’t summarize it for you, but it looks like he is comparing Big Ten and Pac-12 TV contracts.