Morning pixels: Jarvis Jenkins and LaRon Profit on women and draft picks


It’s not a secret that there are some women out there who prey on athletes. Last night’s NBA draft produced a new class of targets, at least as far as Jarvis Jenkins and LaRon Profit see it.

Jenkins and Profit tweeted almost identical messages last night regarding the practice of athlete hunting.

Ladies, clearly these guys are on to you.

It’s unclear whether Jenkins and Profit are speaking from personal experience. Jenkins has a $4.8 million contract, which I suppose makes him google worthy.

Profit was never a high-dollar athlete, but he is a current sports radio personality. Maybe he’s learned the hard way that there’s a secret society of women targeting radio guys.

I wonder if Thom Loverro and Andy Pollin have the same problem.

BECAUSE YOU DON’T READ THE PAPER...
* The Wizards drafted Bradley Beal, who sounds like he’s genuinely happy to play for Washington.

* Wise thinks that Beal will be a good addition to John Wall in the Wizards’ backcourt.

* The Nats rallied from being down 7-0, but lost in extra innings. I guess the Rally Napkin got stuck in traffic.

TWEET OF THE NIGHT

Yessir bro RT @RealDealBeal23: Washington Wizards !!!!!!

— John Wall (@John_Wall) June 29, 2012

QUOTE OF THE NIGHT
Bryce Harper on his tendency to swing at bad pitches:

“It’s a little tough right now. But I’ll grow and I’ll get older, and they won’t be able to do that anymore. I’ll take my walks.”

QUOTE OF THE NIGHT II

Ian Desmond on why he was thinking “Go deep” while facing Rockies reliever Josh Roenicke:

“Because he was my brother-in-law.”

QUOTE OF THE NIGHT III

Ted Leonsis on the Wizards and the draft:

“I don’t want to be in the lottery anymore. I would find that unacceptable.”

HIGHLIGHT OF THE NIGHT
Here’s Chris Miller calling Beal the sexiest pick in the draft...

PHOTO OF THE DAY


(Julio Cortez/AP)

WHAT TO WATCH TODAY
Cleveland at Baltimore, 7 p.m. on MASN2. Washington at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m. on MASN. All TV/Radio listings are here.

RANDOM THING OF THE DAY

Here’s Drew Brees driving a cab in New York City and trying to educate people about concussions.

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