Baltimore's Donnell Whittenburg finished in fourth place in the preliminary all-around rankings Saturday to qualify for the finals at the Pan American Games in Toronto. Whittenburg competed in five events for the U.S. men, who won the team gymnastics title for the first time since 1995: floor exercise (14.900), pommel horse (14.150), still rings (15.450), vault (14.900) and parallel bars (14.900). The men's all-around finals are Monday, and the men's individual event finals are held over Tuesday and Wednesday.

NBA: Dez Wells (Maryland) missed the Washington Wizards' first Summer League game with a sprained right thumb he suffered during the team's final practice before traveling to Las Vegas. The Wizards lost to the Phoenix Suns and former Terp Alex Len, 86-77. Len started and had 17 points and eight rebounds. Washington first-round draft pick Kelly Oubre Jr. had 20 points.

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WNBA: Marissa Coleman (Maryland) scored 12 of her career-high 25 points in a decisive third quarter as Indiana beat the San Antonio Stars, 83-76, on Friday night for the Fever's fourth straight win. Lynetta Kizer, also a former Terp, added 13 points against the Stars (3-9) for Indiana (7-6), her second straight game in double figures.

BOOK TALK: Ralph Peluso will discuss his novel "512," based on the life of Babe Ruth, at the monthly meeting of "Talkin' Baseball" on Aug. 1 at 9 a.m. at Brighton Gardens, 7110 Minstrel Way in Columbia. Jim Sargent will discuss his book "Yesterday's Tiger Heroes" at 9 a.m. Monday. Information: 410-740-1145.

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Bill McClintock, who played on California's 1959 NCAA championship team and 1960 second-place NCAA basketball teams, will bring his Frontline Basketball Camp to Coppin State on July 30-31 for college women and Class of 2015 high school graduates, and Aug. 1-2 for high school and junior high-middle school girls. The camp teaches fundamentals but does not include games. For information, go to frontlinebasketball.com, email bmcc42@gmail.com or call 831-233-8760.

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