“Where dis puny reporter?!”
Every year ahead of Washington Capitals training camp, the organization invites its best prospects early to compete in a six-day camp. This year’s session, led by new Hershey Bears head coach Troy Mann, sees the prospects run drills, perform strength and conditioning tests, and on the final day– compete in a scrimmage against the Philadelphia Flyers.
On Saturday, the Capitals released an artsy video of what has transpired over the last few days. Among those featured in the video is Hershey Bears defenseman Michal Cajkovsky. The 6-4, 229 pounds Czech defenseman is shown testing his vertical and HOLY TABERNACLE BATMAN – he just jumped entirely out of the screen!!
Tell me if I’m wrong, but that’s like a 50-inch vertical. Like look at how he just nonchalantly jumps completely out of the screen. That’s insane.
The Fort Wayne Mad Ants — the Wizards’ new NBA Developmental League affiliate — have announced they will hold an open tryout at Verizon Center on Sept. 28.
For a registration fee of $150 (if registered by Sept. 25) made by money order or cashier’s check, anyone can tryout to join the Mad Ants. Registration after Sept. 25 is $200. Check-in begins at 8 a.m. and the tryout is scheduled from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
I would love to see this man dunk.
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