Markelle Fultz

Markelle Fultz and Drew Hanlen seem to have parted ways

It was an estimated 150,000 shots taken by Markelle Fultz while working with Drew Hanlen this summer. Fultz had been struggling with an injury to his shoulder, and as a result, a hitch and ‘yips’ to his jump shot, causing a shockwave around the NBA and the media surrounding. It was clear that Fultz needed

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The Sixers Are Right Where We Thought They Would Be

At 4-4, the Sixers have been an up and down team so far this season. With wins against the Hornets, Bulls, Magic, and Mavericks, they have taken care of the teams that they should be beating. They’ve fallen victim to the likes of the Milwaukee Bucks, Boston Celtics, Detroit Pistons, and Toronto Raptors. All of those teams

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J.P. Butler

Schmidt Talking Podcast Episode 35: J.P. Butler Talks St. Bonaventure Basketball

On Episode 35 of the Schmidt Talking Podcast, Alec and Kyle discuss all things St. Bonaventure basketball for the upcoming 2018-2019 season. They bring on a special guest, J.P. Butler of the Olean Times Herald. Butler has been covering the team for over ten years now and has seen the ups and downs of the St.

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Markelle Fultz on Philly’s support: “It makes me want to play harder for them”

When you take a look at a stat sheet of the past two Sixers games, most of your attention will be drawn to the number of Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons, but putting up stellar numbers in their first two performances, with Simmons having a triple-double in just his second game of the season. One

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J.P. Butler

Schmidt Talking: St.Bonaventure Class of 2019

On Episode 35 of the Schmidt Talking Podcast, Alec Walt and Kyle Allan speak on the three seniors Courtney Stockard, LaDarian Griffin, and Nelson Kaputo. Courtney Stockard is coming off a great end to his redshirt junior season averaging 22.1 points per game in his final six games and averaging 13.3 points overall in the

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Markelle Fultz

Markelle Fultz starting open night in place of JJ Redick

For a player that faced some of the biggest scrutiny we have ever seen for a rookie, Markelle Fultz has come a long way since the end of the ’17-’18 season. He had a lot of hard work to be done to recalibrate his jump shot after working through a shoulder injury he sustained during his

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J.P. Butler

Schmidt Talking Podcast Episode 34: Preseason Atlantic 10 Awards

The college basketball season will be upon us sooner than later, and there is a lot of hype around what the Atlantic 10 could be this year. Last year, there were three NCAA Tournament teams in St. Bonaventure, University of Rhode Island, and Davidson. This year, with a more balanced league compared to the past,

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I wouldn’t trade Ben Simmons for anything, and here’s why

The Minnesota Timberwolves have been looking to trade Jimmy Butler for a little over a week. Multiple teams have been involved in the process, including the Los Angeles Clippers, Houston Rockets, and the Miami Heat. One team that seemed to be a sleeper, were the Philadelphia 76ers. The rumors were that the Sixers were interested

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J.P. Butler

Schmidt Talking Episode 32: Justin Winston chose St. Bonaventure

On this episode of the Schmidt Talking podcast, Alec and Kyle discuss the verbal commitment from Class of 2019 recruit Justin Winston of the Putnam Science Academy. Winston confirmed his commitment last week in his tweet on his Twitter page (@BBM_Justin). GO BONNIES!!!🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/jjllG7zUDh — J_DOT35 (@BBM__Justin) September 17, 2018 The signing came as a

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Jimmy Butler

Jimmy Butler requests a trade: Where will he end up?

The biggest news out of the NBA’s stratosphere is Jimmy Butler requesting a trade from the Minnesota Timberwolves. This comes as no surprise as Jimmy Butler was reportedly unhappy at the end of last season, and was not gelling with teammates Karl-Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins. According to NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski, Butler prefers three

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