DETROIT >> Tomas Nosek was projected to make the Wings’ roster out of training camp. Nosek was taken in the NHL Expansion Draft by the Vegas Golden Knights on Wednesday. Vegas had to take one player off each NHL roster. The Golden Knights picked youth off the Wings’ list of unprotected players rather than a veteran that came with a higher price tag and less of an upside. Nosek, who no longer is waiver-exempt, comes with a cheap price tag having just one year remaining on his contract at $612,500.
A.J. Crawford III is at his best when he’s not thinking about the game and just going out there and having fun. That’s just what the New Haven senior did at Macomb Community College. Crawford tossed in a game-high 25 points to lead his squad to a 108-92 win at the annual Macomb County All-Star boys basketball game at Macomb Community College. “Just don’t think about it,” Crawford said after the game. “It’s just repetition and muscle memory. Just shoot the ball and have fun.
Mariah Taylor had something to prove in her final high school girls basketball game. And did she ever. The Warren-Mott senior scored a game-high 19 points to lead her squad to a 71-68 win at the annual Macomb County All-Star girls basketball game at Macomb Community College. “This just showed that all the hard work I put in during high school paid off in the end,” Taylor said about being named to the team.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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