Dez Wells might not be headed to Germany after all. The former Maryland guard signed with the Tigers Tubingen of the German Basketball Budesliga in July, but didn’t pass his physical, the team tweeted on Thursday.
It’s unclear what this means for Wells, as we don’t know if he’ll go to another european team, or what his injury is. As Jeff Ermann notes, he could go back to the D-League, where he spent last season.
We’ll have more updates on this story as they become available.
In other news
Maryland football commit Cam Spence is taking an official visit to Kentucky. Let’s not freak out about this. Spence has the chance to take a nice trip to a fun school on someone else’s dime. If I were him, I’d take advantage of as many of those opportunities as I could find.
DeMatha running back and Maryland target Anthony McFarland has a broken fibula, and will miss all of the 2016 season. Here’s wishing him a full recovery, no matter where he ends up playing in college.
Stefon Diggs dance party!
Welcome to @stefon_diggs dance party! https://t.co/aUEJvwNfuA— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) August 19, 2016
Maryland’s Antoine Brooks suffered an ugly ankle injury during his senior year of high school. Now that he’s healthy, Brooks is drawing praise from DJ Durkin.
Defensive back Denzel Conyers had to be taken the hospital after suffering an undisclosed injury in Thursday’s practice. He’s “stable and alert” at the hospital, according to Roman Stubbs.
Our Justin Fitzgerald previewed Maryland women’s soccer’s season. Give it a read, and give him a follow on Twitter.