The reigning drivers’ champion will be joined on the front row by Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari starts from third on the grid.Hamilton escaped punishment for reversing in the pit lane, which could have seen him removed from pole position. However, stewards only gave him a reprimand after the FIA said that no clear instruction on where he should park was given.
NBA Draft 2019 rumors: Hawks interested in trading up for Jarrett Culver Former Duke forward RJ Barrett wants to play for the Knicks, but New York may not want him.The Knicks are bringing in Darius Garland for a last-minute workout, according to ESPN, and New York is seriously considering taking the guard at No. 3. The team is clearly searching for their floor general and doesn’t appear to be enamored with what is has.Garland averaged 16.2 points and 3.8 rebounds for Vanderbilt this season but he played just five games after suffering a meniscus injury against Kent State in November.The 19-year-old was a five-star recruit coming out of Tennessee in 2018. He was the No. 14 player in the nation, according to 247sports, and the No. 2 point guard. “If that ends up and I’m still there at three, I’d love for them to take me,” Barrett told reporters last week, via SNY. “This is the place I want to be, so I hope they draft me.”R.J. Barrett won’t be meeting with any other teams, and says that he wants to be a Knick:”This is the place I want to be, I hope they draft me” pic.twitter.com/E1i11C1C17— SNY (@SNYtv) June 10, 2019It was also reported in May the Knicks preferred point guard Ja Morant over RJ Barrett at No. 3. However, the Grizzlies have reportedly locked in on Morant at No. 2, so it does not appear the Murray State guard will be available for New York to take.That could also explain why the Knicks are considering taking Garland at No. 3. The team has been searching for a point guard for a few years now as they drafted Frank Ntilikina and acquired Emmanuel Mudiay from the Nuggets and Dennis Smith Jr. from the Mavericks. Darius Garland will conduct a last-minute workout in Tarrytown with the New York Knicks tomorrow, a source told ESPN. Garland is in serious consideration for the No. 3 pick. Minnesota, Boston, Chicago are teams looking at potentially trading up to No. 4 with Garland in mind.— Jonathan Givony (@DraftExpress) June 18, 2019This workout is so late in the process, Garland will miss the NBA Draft media session at 11 a.m. ET on Wednesday the day before the event.Barrett has already worked out with the Knicks and has repeatedly stated he wants to be in New York. Related News NBA Draft 2019: Knicks schedule meeting with Ja Morant, report says
Men’s Athlete of the Week: Daniel Saina, McNeese – So. – Eldoret, KenyaIn a field of 99 runners, Saina crossed the finish line 12 seconds before the second-place individual could Saturday at the McNeese Cowboy Stampede. The sophomore from Eldoret, Kenya, completed the four-mile race with a time of 21:07.7 to lead the Cowboys to a second-place showing amongst 14 teams. Saina has now finished as the top runner for the Cowboys in three consecutive meets. Women’s Athlete of the Week: Allyson Girard, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi – Gilbert, TexasPacing the Islanders with a 17:15.2 time in the 5K race at McNeese’s Cowboy Stampede, Girard won the race by 55 seconds. The individual win helped lead Texas A&M-Corpus Christi to the team title against six Southland teams and 14 squads overall. McNeese and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ran at the McNeese Cowboy Stampede in Lake Charles, La. on Saturday. The Cowboys’ men’s team took second place while the Islanders won the event at the Enos Derbonne Sports Complex, where the 2018 Southland Conference meet will take place on Oct. 26. Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athletes is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on 25 percent of ballots. Southland Athletes of the Week are presented by MidSouth Bank. FRISCO, Texas – McNeese’s Daniel Saina and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi’s Allyson Girard are the Southland Conference Cross Country Athletes of the Week, the league announced Tuesday. Honorable Mention: Oscar Leyva, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi; Thomas Cain, Central Arkansas. Honorable Mention: Gladys Jerotich, McNeese; Gracie Hyde, Central Arkansas.