After signing an eight-year contract with the Capitals on Friday, T.J. Oshie (and T.J. Oshie's bank account) "couldn't be happier" to return to the team that traded for him in July 2015.
But it looks like there's someone else in the Oshie family who's even more thrilled about the deal.
A few minutes after the big announcement was made, the winger shared this video of his daughter, Lyla, literally jumping for joy because of the news:
Good luck topping that cuteness, Riley Curry.
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On Thursday night, the 76ers landed a decorated point guard who grew up in the DMV. His name? Melo Trimble.
Oh, sorry, was that misleading?
After being passed over in the NBA Draft, Trimble decided to sign a free-agent contract with Philadelphia. The former Maryland star will now audition for a more solidified role with the 76ers by playing for the team's summer league squad.
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It'll be a tough task for Trimble, however, considering he'll only have a handful of games starting in early July to make his case. He'll also be sharing the floor with guys he's never done so with before, and that unfamiliarity will make his job as a point guard that much more difficult.
But Trimble does have at least one basketball figure on his side.
"I think he will play in the NBA," John Feinstein told the Sports Junkies on Friday. "I really do. He's the kind of guy you want on your team."
Whether the 76ers want him on their team is something that'll be sorted out in the near future.
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Having a workout buddy is good. Having a workout buddy who's a three-time All-Pro and who churns out 100-catch seasons like Michael Bay churns out dreadful Transformers sequels, however, is better.
It's that second kind that Terrelle Pryor has chosen to spend time with recently. On Thursday, the Redskins wideout tweeted footage of him working out alongside Antonio Brown, and even though he is much taller and 40+ pounds heavier than the Steelers star, Pryor didn't have that much trouble keeping up with the NFL's top outside threat.
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Take a look at this race between the two, for instance, in which the pair of pass-catchers blow by the camera man so quickly, he fails to film the contest's conclusion:
You can also watch Pryor and Brown go through a ladder drill while wearing a band around their ankles at the end of this video from the Redskins. Now, that band would likely cause some problems for common folk trying to complete the drill, but as these two show, they aren't common:
They even found time for yoga (please be sure to note how Pryor's groutfit is so thorough that it includes his mat):
For a guy like Pryor — who's still relatively new to his position — spending offseason time with Antonio Brown could really pay off for both him and the Redskins in 2017.
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