This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.
Former Maryland men’s basketball star Bruno Fernando made an appearance in the 2021 NBA Summer League finals as the Sacramento Kings defeated his new team, the Boston Celtics, 100-67.
Fernando tallied nine points while shooting two-for-two from the field and collected two rebounds, one assist and two blocks in nearly 20 minutes on the court.
The center also saw action earlier this summer against the Denver Nuggets, the Orlando Magic and the Philadelphia 76ers. In his 2021 Summer League debut against the Nuggets, Fernando had nine points and two boards. He continued to build his stats against the Magic in which he had 10 points and six boards. The Angolan native helped accelerate the Celtics into the finals by tallying nine points and 11 rebounds against the 76ers.
Fernando closed out the 2021 Summer League averaging 9.25 points, 5.25 boards and two assists per game.
In other news
Ben previewed the Maryland women’s soccer season.
Maryland men’s basketball shared a throwback of a Terps-related Sports Illustrated cover.
The first Sports Illustrated was released this week, 67 years ago.
RT and Like if this is your fav cover pic.twitter.com/Al0LGfkdks
— Maryland Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) August 17, 2021
Maryland women’s soccer is counting down the days until its season opener.
Going ⬆️ on a Tuesday
— Maryland W. Soccer (@TerpsWSoccer) August 17, 2021
Maryland men’s lacrosse shared its report on Terps in the pros.
◽️ Bernlohr makes the save of the year
◾️ Rambo returns
◽️ Hardshells from 3 teams are into the postseason
— Maryland Lacrosse (@TerpsMLax) August 16, 2021
Former Maryland women’s lacrosse star Taylor Cummings leads Athletes Unlimited in points.
— Maryland Women’s Lacrosse (@MarylandWLax) August 16, 2021
Maryland volleyball announced the date for its Red-White scrimmage.