Digest (Sept. 21): Wizards add pair of guards to camp roster

The Washington Wizards added guards Carrick Felix and Donald Sloan to their training camp roster, bringing the roster total to 19. Sloan has appeared in 218 career NBA regular season games (66 starts) with Atlanta, New Orleans, Cleveland, Indiana and Brooklyn. He holds career averages of 5.5 points and 2.1 rebounds while shooting .409 from the field. Felix spent three seasons in the NBA G League with the Canton Charge, Santa Cruz Warriors and Long Island Nets. He was originally selected by Cleveland with the 33rd overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft and played seven games with the Cavs in 2013-14. He averaged 9.1 points and 3.9 rebounds with Long Island last season. Training Camp will begin Tuesday in Richmond and conclude Sept. 30.

Horse racing

Two-time McKay winnerPhlash Phelps sidelined

Hillwood Stable's multiple stakes winner Phlash Phelps will miss the rest of the year with bruising of the cannon bones, denying the 6-year-old gelding the chance at a rare third consecutive victory in the Jim McKay Maryland Million next month. Phlash Phelps, a bay son of leading Maryland sire Great Notion, has raced only one this year, rallying from far back to win the 6-furlong Mister Diz by a neck as the favorite June 24 at Laurel Park. Among the horses that finished behind him that day were stakes winners Talk Show Man, Blu Moon Ace, Sonny Inspired and Ben's Cat, the late champion's final start. ... There will be carryovers in the 50-cent Late Pick 5 and $1 Super Hi-5 when live racing resumes today at Laurel with an 11-race program that kicks off at 1:10 p.m. ... A total of 126 horses are entered for Saturday's 12-race program, an average of 10.5 starters per race. Seven races Saturday and five today will be contested over Laurel's turf course, on the Dahlia and All Along layouts.

Varsity basketball

John Carroll's Quickleyto announce commitment

John Carroll boys basketball standout Immanuel Quickley will make his college commitment Friday night at the Bel Air school, his mother told The Baltimore Sun. Quickley, a five-star point guard in the Class of 2018, is expected to choose between Kentucky, Kansas and Miami at 6 p.m. The Wildcats have long been considered the favorite to land Quickley, who played for coach John Calipari this summer on the United States' FIBA Under-19 World Cup team. The 6-foot-3, 175-pound Quickley is rated the No. 13 overall senior and No. 2 point guard in the 247Sports.com Composite rankings. The All-Metro Player of the Year as a sophomore, he averaged 23.7 points and 7.2 assists per game last season for the Patriots.

— Jonas Shaffer

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