Winston says his weight is right where he wants it to be as the team heads into training camp Saturday, ESPN.com reports. According to the former Florida State star, he did not reach his goal of getting down to 230 pounds, but is happy with his conditioning.
Bryant (shoulder) will play spot minutes at power forward next season, David Aldridge of NBA.com reports. "Kobe can play one, two and three," coach Byron Scott said. "There's no doubt in my mind. And there's some games, against some teams, where he'll probably play four."
Coach Bobby Petrino said Monday that Bonnafon heads into fall camp atop the Louisville depth chart, though the competition against Will Gardner and Kyle Bolin is ongoing, the Louisville Courier-Journal reports.
Keselowski and the No. 2 Miller Lite Ford Fusion team drove a spirited race, led three times for 17 laps, had to pit from the lead late and went on to settle for a hard-fought 10th-place finish on Sunday afternoon at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, teampenske.com reports.
Lukaku felt tightness in his hamstring during Tuesday's friendly with Dundee, but manager Roberto Martinez said his removal after 32 minutes was precautionary. "Rom has obviously been playing a lot of minutes and it was important for him to get some sort of action," Martinez said. "After the first 25 minutes, he was feeling his legs were a little bit too heavy and we didn't want to take any risks. It's not a problem at all. I think he got a lot of good work between the two games we we've had up here, plus the games we had in Singapore. Now we have got a little period before the weekend to make sure he is ready and refreshed."