Full Sportscast: Gruden disapproves of fight at Raiders mini camp, Aces beat Indiana


Jon Gruden opened his first mandatory mini camp as the Raiders new head coach Tuesday and witnessed the Raiders' first fight of the off season.

It happened during a two-minute drill between second-year defensive end Fadol Brown and rookie offensive tackle Brandon Parker.

While Gruden disapproved, Raiders offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele said it needed to happen for Parker to prove himself.

Raiders defensive end Khalil Mack was not at mini camp Tuesday.

He's reportedly holding out for a lucrative contract extension.

If and when he returns, he'll find two new additions to the defensive line unit.

The Raiders announced signing veteran defensive tackles Ahtyba Rubin and Frostee Rucker Tuesday.

The Vegas Golden Knights made a signing announcement of their own Tuesday, inking forward Brooks Macek to a one year deal.

The 26-year-old played this past season in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga, Germany's elite professional ice hockey league, which he led in goals scored in the regular season with 26.

The team also announced that its development camp at City National Arena will run from June 26th through June 30th.

Those practices are open to the public, and that camp roster will be released following the NHL Draft.

On Wednesday, the Golden Knights will hold a fan appreciation event following their phenomenal, inaugural season.

The "Stick Salute to Vegas and Our Fans" takes place on the 3rd Street stage at the Fremont Street Experience from 5:30 to 7:00 pm.

A'ja Wilson scored 17 of her 35 points in the fourth quarter and overtime, helping the Las Vegas Aces beat the winless Indiana Fever 101-92 on Tuesday night.

Las Vegas opened the extra session on an 8-0 run after Indiana closed regulation by scoring eight straight points. The Fever didn't make their first field goal of overtime until 55.4 seconds remained.

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