Schmidt Talking Podcast Episode 29: Matt Mobley Signs a Professional Contract

Matt Mobley’s career with the Bonnies was one filled with a lot of excitement, especially during his senior season. Matt’s senior season entailed a game-winner versus Vermont, an NCAA Tournament birth, and an average of 18 ppg while shooting 38% from three. Matt was stellar alongside fellow backcourt mate Jaylen Adams. Adams and Mobley combined

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Trae Young

Can Trae Young become the fourth rookie ever to make 160 threes in one season?

Trae Young took the college basketball landscape by storm last season with his ability to shoot from anywhere on the floor. In one season at Oklahoma, Trae Young shot an eye-opening 328 three-pointers, while still maintaining a three-point percentage of 36%. Being only 6’2, weighing 180 lbs, and averaging nearly 31 ppg, his game reminded a

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NBA

Will the NBA’s new betting partnership with MGM be a success?

Gambling has been one of the hottest topics in the world of sports for a long time. In the past, many people would take the opportunity to wager on games in the Las Vegas area as Nevada was the only state that has allowed sports gambling for multiple decades.  Now, with state and federal government realizing

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Schmidt Talking Episode 28: Guest Chuckie Maggio Expects No Setback Next Season

The St. Bonaventure Bonnies had one of the most historic seasons in program history with a school record 26 wins last season. It was capped off by an NCAA Tournament run where the Bonnies stole the show in Dayton beating the historic UCLA in what felt like a David vs. Goliath matchup in one’s mind,

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Free agents

Looking ahead at the top NBA free agents in 2019

2018 was an odd year in free agency. One-year contracts seemed to be the theme of the summer, with seemingly half of the free agents signing either one-year deals or a two-year deal, with an option to opt-out after the first year. The reason behind so many of these one-year contracts is because only a

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Schmidt Talking Episode 27: Jaylen Adams Seizes the Summer League Opportunity

Jaylen Adams shined in the NBA Summer League. For a player out of the small school of St. Bonaventure, he proved why he belongs in the NBA with the big boys. Adams played in both the Utah and Las Vegas Summer Leagues. In Utah, Adams got off to a little bit of a slow start as

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Orlando Magic

Expect a big, defensive-minded lineup for the Orlando Magic this season

The Orlando Magic may have caused many people to scratch their heads with their first-round picks of the last two NBA Drafts, selecting big men Jonathan Isaac (2017) and Mo Bamba (2018) in consecutive years. Isaac and Bamba are both two big men that most would assume would collide for playing time at the center

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Schmidt Talking Podcast: Four Bonnies Made NBA Summer League Rosters

On this week’s episode, Kyle Allan and Alec Walt discuss the Bonnies new associate head coach, and the four Bonnies participating in the NBA Summer League with Basketball Society G-League analyst Alfonso De Falco. Jaylen Adams signed a two-way contract with the Atlanta Hawks giving him the highest chance to suit up in an NBA

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Philadelphia Sixers

Process Disciples Roundtable: To the surprise of many, Zhaire Smith is a Sixers

After fans thought hometown hero Mikal Bridges was staying local after being drafted by the Sixers at No. 10 overall, the franchise made a massive trade on draft night that sent Bridges to the Phoenix Suns for the No. 16 pick Zhaire Smith and a 2021 first-rounder from the Miami Heat. Brett Brown was quoted

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Schmidt Talking

Schmidt Talking Podcast: Atlantic 10 Home Schedule Favors St. Bonaventure

On this week’s episode, Kyle Allan and Alec Walt discuss the 2018-2019 Atlantic 10 pairings, plus talk Jaylen Adams and the NBA Draft with Basketball Society College Basketball Insider Aram Cannuscio. The Bonnies home schedule features some big matchups with Davidson, VCU, Dayton and St. Louis. Some highlighted road games feature St. Joesph’s, Davidson, and

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