Columbia

Flat Second Half Plagues Columbia in Loss to Stony Brook

After shooting a season-high 55 percent on Monday in their home opener loss to Quinnipiac on Monday. They could at least say they played well throughout. That wasn’t exactly the case in their 76-66 loss to Stony Brook on Thursday night. Ultimately, it became a traditional tale of two halves. The Lions controlled the first

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PSA Cardinals Prep Showcase

Highlights and Standouts From the 2017 PSA Cardinals Prep Showcase

On Sunday ten teams participated in the second annual PSA Cardinals Prep Showcase at The Hill School in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Here were our standout players of the day: 2020 F Mikeal Jones (Girard College) – The 6’7 sophomore forward was fierce in being able to put his head down to make controlled drives and finishes. He

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Columbia

Columbia Falls Short in Shootout With Quinnipiac on Go-Ahead Layup

After opening the season with seven games on the road, Columbia came home at 1-6 on Monday night to face a similarly struggling Quinnipiac team at 2-6. Columbia fell to Quinnipiac 89-87 in a high-octane offensive matchup. Freshman guard Rich Kelly made the go-ahead layup with four seconds left in regulation that would seal the

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Rui Hachimura

Keep An Eye Out For Rui Hachimura

Gonzaga has a potentially petrifying prospect in sophomore Rui Hachimura. I caught a glimpse of the 6’8 forward from Japan last weekend during Nike’s PK80 Invitational in Portland during Gonzaga’s consolation game against Texas. Hachimura was the game’s leading scorer with a career-high 20 points (7-of-14 FG) and nine rebounds in 28 minutes off the

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Mike Dunn

Basketball Journeys Q&A w/ Shooting Guru Mike Dunn

Every basketball lifer has their own unique journey. Basketball Journeys focuses on capturing and unpacking the stories of players, coaches, and lifers who have experienced the impact of their dedication to the game over time. A few months ago I was doing my usual hunting on Instagram for other good basketball accounts to follow. I

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Patrick Ewing

Georgetown MBB Head Coach Patrick Ewing Featured on HBO Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel

After coaching in the NBA for 15 seasons as an assistant, Hall of Fame big man Patrick Ewing is now the head coach of the men’s basketball team at his alma mater of Georgetown University. Ewing was hired this past April and is approaching his first season as both a head coach and in the

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Giannis Antetokounmpo drops career-high 44 points vs. Portland

Just three games into the 2016-17 NBA season and Giannis Antetokounmpo, aka the Greek Freak, is starting an early MVP case. On Saturday night, in just the third game of the season, Giannis went for a career-high 44 points in a win against the Portland Trail Blazers. This included a go-ahead breakaway dunk with 11

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Chimezie Metu

Chimezie Metu Scouting Report

Name: Chimezie Metu School: University of Southern California Year: Junior Height/Weight: 6’8, 210 lbs   Strengths: Metu is a rangy athlete and an impactful specimen at his size. Aside from his sheer frame and length, he has solid mechanics in his game. He’s active, understands where to be on the floor, and he runs the floor with purpose. Metu

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Kobe Bryant

Kobe Bryant issues challenges to several NBA stars for the 2017-18 season

There’s always the question of how retired athletes will or won’t stay connected to the game. In Kobe Bryant’s case, projects like basketball poems and animated short films have sufficed. In terms of staying close to the NBA, Kobe keeps a distant but watchful eye with a steady pulse of what’s happening in the league. Kobe

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WATCH: College senior Eric Porter hits 107 threes in a row

So after you make about 20 in a row, you know something’s up. Lake Forest College senior guard Eric Porter made 107 straight three-pointers from the top of the key during his workout. It was caught on camera by skills and development coach Diamond Hood. Thanks to Eric for swinging us the video. Check it

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