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The Sacramento Kings have expressed exploratory interest in former Philadelphia 76ers general manager Sam Hinkie, according to league sources.

‎Sources told that Kings owner Vivek Ranadive sought and received permission directly from Sixers counterpart Josh Harris to speak with Hinkie.

Sources say Hinkie has long intrigued Ranadive, whose franchise has been thrust into a rebuilding mode not unlike Philadelphia’s status under Hinkie in the wake of trading DeMarcus Cousins to New Orleans.

Neither Hinkie’s level of interest in a position with Sacramento, nor the sort of role Ranadive envisions for Hinkie in a front office currently run by popular former Kings player Vlade Divac, was immediately known.

On Monday night, the Kings said they are not in the process of hiring Hinkie.

“The Kings are not hiring Sam Hinkie and have no plans to bring anyone in above Vlade,” the team said in a statement.

Sources say other undisclosed teams have also sought permission to speak to Hinkie, which is presently required based on the terms of the non-compete clause that took effect when he left Philadelphia in April 2016 and expires at the end of this season.
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In his biggest move yet since taking over the Kings’ basketball operations late in the 2014-15 season, Divac agreed to trade Cousins and Omri Casspi to the Pelicans on the night of this year’s All-Star Game. In return, the Kings received No. 6 overall pick Buddy Hield and a first-round pick in June from New Orleans, in addition to veteran guards Tyreke Evans and Langston Galloway and a 2017 second-round pick.

When criticized for the package he got back for an All-Star center, Divac told the Sacramento Bee in late February: “That’s my job … and I take responsibility. And I totally understand why some fans would be upset. They supported DeMarcus and I like DeMarcus a lot. But I believe we are going to be in a better position in two years.

“I want to hear again from these same people in two years. If I’m right, great. If I’m wrong, I’ll step down. But if I go down, I’m going down my way.”

The Kings will have two first-round picks in June as long as they finish in the top 10 of the lottery, thus allowing them to keep a first-rounder they would otherwise be forced to convey to Chicago as part of another trade if it lands between No. 11 and 30.

Sacramento, though, will have to swap picks with Philadelphia if the Kings fare better than the Sixers in the May lottery, thanks to one of Hinkie’s best trades in his time in Philly.

With the Kings desperate to clear salary-cap space for what turned out to be the ill-fated signings of Marco Belinelli and Rajon Rondo in free agency, Hinkie acquired the rights to swap first-round picks with Sacramento in both 2016 and 2017 as well as the Kings’ fully unprotected first-round pick in 2019 through Philadelphia’s willingness to absorb the contracts of Carl Landry and Jason Thompson.

There was no need to swap picks in 2016 with the Sixers blessed to possess the No. 1 overall pick (Ben Simmons) and the Kings coming in at No. 8.

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Quarterback Brice Ramsey and defensive back Reggie Wilkerson have decided to transfer from Georgia.

The program announced the two departures in a statement Tuesday. With Ramsey leaving, Georgia now only has two quarterbacks on scholarship entering spring practice. The other two are rising sophomore Jacob Eason and early enrollee freshman Jake Fromm.

Both Ramsey and Wilkerson are leaving the program as graduate transfers and will be able to play immediately at their next institution as long as they choose a field of study that Georgia does not offer.

Ramsey arrived at Georgia in 2013 as a highly regarded four-star quarterback out of Camden County. But during his time at Georgia, he never started a game and was beat out by Greyson Lambert for the position in 2015. After Lambert started the first game of the 2016 season, Eason stepped in as a starter, with Ramsey serving as a third-string quarterback this past year.

A person with knowledge of the situation said a potential landing spot for Ramsey is North Carolina, although no announcement has been made on where he will transfer to.

In addition to serving as a backup quarterback, Ramsey was started games as Georgia’s punter over the past two years. Appearing in 24 games total, Ramsey completed 45-of-74 passes for 582 yards and four touchdowns and punted 45 times for an average of 38.7 yards.

Wilkerson appeared in 20 games since enrolling in 2013, the same year as Ramsey. Both redshirted that first season.

“Our sincerest thanks to both Brice and Reggie for their contributions to the University in general and the Bulldog football program in particular over these past four years,” head coach Kirby Smart said in a statement. “We wish them all the best at their next destination and final season of eligibility.”

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Team Puerto Rico remained scorching hot at the plate as it beat Team Italy, 9-3, on Sunday afternoon at Estadio Charros de Jalisco in Guadalajara, Mexico, to win Pool D and advance to the second round in San Diego.

Italy (1-2) has not been officially eliminated, but it needs some help to play in a possible tiebreaker game. Italy needs Mexico (0-2) to beat Venezuela (1-1) on Sunday night and also needs to win the runs/inning tiebreaker over either of those teams.
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Carlos Correa smacked a three-run homer for Puerto Rico (3-0), while Astros teammate Carlos Beltran added a run-scoring double. Cubs infielder Javier Baez drove in the first run for the island team, Dodgers utility man Enrique Hernandez added two RBIs and Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor contributed a sac fly.
Puerto Rico completely dominated its competition in Pool D, outscoring its opponents, 29-7, and managing at least nine runs each game.
“I mean, every game, the offense was there, and the pitching was there, so the defense was there,” Puerto Rico manager Edwin Rodriguez said. “So we have a very good balanced team in the defense and the offense. We have a very good combination of veteran players and young players with a lot of energy. They are very committed to what we’re trying to do here, and they showed that on the field. So we are very confident moving forward.”
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Beltran’s RBI double
Beltran’s RBI double
Carlos Beltran lines a double down the left-field line, bringing home Carlos Correa to give Puerto Rico a 4-3 lead in the bottom of the 3rd
In fact, Italian manager Marco Mazzieri said he believes Puerto Rico has a good shot to reach the championship round in Los Angeles (March 20-22 at Dodger Stadium).
“I believe so because they are good, good pitching, good fielding, good baseball, and besides, I think that they have the passion that they need to play a tournament like this,” Mazzieri said. “They are very proud. They looked good. It’s a very strong team. It could be that — I think they’re going to be in the last four games in L.A.”
Not surprisingly, Puerto Rico also feels good about its chances in WBC ’17.
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Baez’s RBI single
Javier Baez lines a single past the diving shortstop and into left field to bring home Angel Pagan and get Puerto Rico on the board
“From the beginning, from before we started practicing, once we started getting together and knew who the guys on the roster were, there wasn’t a doubt that we could get past this first round because our goal is to get to the finals, get to L.A. and win it all,” Hernandez said.
Italy scored three early runs, thanks to a two-run shot from Cubs Minor Leaguer John Andreoli in the first inning and a solo shot by Royals catcher Drew Butera in the second.
Andreoli’s two-run homer
Andreoli’s two-run homer
John Andreoli jumps Italy out to an early 2-0 lead over Puerto Rico with a two-run home run to center field in the top of the 1st inning
Puerto Rico’s pitching staff shut down the Italians after Butera’s homer, as starter Jose Berrios (Twins) and Hiram Burgos (Brewers) combined to record 15 outs in a row before Chris Colabello (Indians) drew a walk with two outs in the seventh.
Butera’s solo home run
Butera’s solo home run
Drew Butera extends Italy’s lead to 3-1 with a solo home run to left field in the top of the 2nd inning
“I would like to give credit to the pitching of the Puerto Rican team because the first two innings, they adjusted on our hitters, and they started throwing the first pitch for strikes,” Mazzieri said. “We couldn’t adjust.”
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Mejia seals Puerto Rico’s win
Miguel Mejia makes a quick move to catch Daniel Descalso’s hard-hit comebacker, sealing Puerto Rico’s 9-3 victory over Italy
Correa goes yard: Correa launched a three-run homer to left to give Puerto Rico a 7-3 advantage in the fourth. Correa took Blue Jays Minor Leaguer Jordan Romano deep for his second homer of WBC ’17.
“Well, the quality of the game, the talent, they are young athletes with a lot of energy,” Rodriguez said. “Every one of them, one by one, the first, Carlos Correa, today against Italy, that three-run hit, Javier Baez the second night, and defensively, what we were expecting from them, every fan enjoyed it, definitely. I think this short three days here — because they are fans of each other, as well. They got together, and they played together.” More >
Nimmo leaves with injury: Italy starting center fielder Brandon Nimmo was removed from the game in the bottom of the fifth after he appeared to get injured while tracking down Hernandez’s RBI triple. The Mets outfielder came up lame as he chased the ball in the gap, but he was able to walk off the field on his own.
Hernandez’s RBI triple
Hernandez’s RBI triple
Enrique Hernandez drives a triple to right field to bring home Mike Aviles, but Brandon Nimmo exits the game after running into the wall
“Actually it’s a right hamstring strain, grade 1, so it should take him a couple of weeks,” Mazzieri said. More >
Mazzieri told his team after the game that if it doesn’t play in the tiebreaker, Sunday would be his last game managing Italy.
“Well, it’s not about my career,” said Mazzieri, who has managed the Italian national team since 2007. “It’s about all the players that played for me, because wins and losses are in the books, but the emotions and the feelings, it doesn’t matter 20 years from now, it will be there forever. It’s about them, it’s not about me. I want to thank all of them through these 10 years that we had in different events and competitions because they made it special.” More >
“We’re really proud. We have a lot of pride, and what we showed is what we’re going to bring to the table. We’re going to bring a lot of energy, a lot of passion, and we’re going to play hard from the first pitch to the last pitch of the game. What you saw here is what you can expect from us.” — Hernandez, on Puerto Rico’s mindset
“I think we gave all out, and I hope that people watching from the stands appreciated that because these guys, they’ve been all out. They played with their heart, and not only with their heart, their souls and everything. We are pleased with our performances. We’re not so pleased with the outcome, but that’s sport.” — Mazzieri, on Italy’s showing

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So is it possible to make the call after 14 more practices? Don’t count on it.

“I doubt that. I doubt that very seriously, but at the same time Chip will have a recommendation and we’ll go from there.”

When he’s had a competition, Malzahn has named a starting quarterback at the end of spring practice just twice in his college coaching career, in 2010 with Cam Newton and 2015 with Jeremy Johnson. Over the past decade, both Malzahn’s personal history as well as Auburn’s has been for quarterback battles to carry into fall camp.

Still, a five-man field is not expected to last long into spring.

Stidham has fit in “just fine,” according to his roommate Chandler Cox, who said the former Baylor quarterback is constantly in the film room.

Malzahn admitted it’s not realistic and given Tyler Queen’s lack of playing time and that Malik Willis is a true freshman, their candidacies are the most likely to be short-lived. Even returning backup John Franklin III is only being assured one more practice at quarterback, with a position change sounding increasingly likely.

Woody Barrett has an appealing physical skill set but also lacks experience and seems to be a long shot, at best, but should stay in the rotation as to be a viable third option as offensive coordinator Chip Lindsey installs his offense and evaluates Auburn’s personnel.

“I would say it’s probably a little more accelerated pace to evaluate the quarterbacks,” Malzahn said. “The goal is after the first week that Chip will have a good idea of at least their talent and where they’re at from an experience or mental standpoint so he can make some decisions to start repping just a handful of guys instead of five. That’s by design.

“At the same time, he’s coming into this thing new and he wants to give everybody a chance to compete, to win jobs. That’s his approach.”

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Browns quarterback Robert Griffin III is due to receive a $750,000 roster bonus on March 11 and the team isn’t saying at this point whether or not they will give it to him.

There’s no smokescreen from the Browns about their desire to find a long-term answer to their eternal need at starting quarterback and that quest will cover all avenues, so there wasn’t much need for coach Hue Jackson to delve into specifics about where the team might be looking for outside additions. He also didn’t give a hint about their thoughts regarding Griffin.

“Obviously, Robert’s on our roster right now,” Jackson said, via the Akron Beacon Journal. “I think there are some things that he did well, some things he needs to continue to improve at and we’re going to keep working with him until we don’t. He’s one of the three quarterbacks on our football team right now, and I’m very fortunate we do have some guys under contract right now to work with. But we’ve got to continue to get him better as he moves forward.”

The roster bonus isn’t so onerous that the Browns would be limiting themselves from doing other things if they paid it while waiting to see how other things play out on the quarterback front.

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COLLEGE STATION _Johnny Manziel annd Mike Evans have made the semifinal cut for the Maxwell Award, which is presented to the nation’s top offensive player.

The semifinalists were announced Tuesday. A&M was one of three schools nationally with two semifinalists. Oregon State is represented by quarterback Sean Mannion and receiver Brandin Cooks, while Baylor has quarterback Bryce Petty and tailback Lache Seastrunk.

The finalists will be announced Nov. 25.

Mannziel, last year’s Heisman winner, is third in the country in total offense (386.4 yards) and eighth nationally in passing yards (324.3 yards) per game.

Evans is second in the country in receiving yards per game at 137.6 yards per game.