Michigan fires coach Juwan Howard after 8-24 season

The University of Michigan has fired men’s basketball head coach Juwan Howard after a disappointing 8-24 season (3-17 in Big Ten), the school announced Friday. This ends his five-year run in Ann Arbor. Michigan’s eight-win season was one of its worst in the past 60 years. Not only did the Wolverines finish last in the […]

James Foglio  •  15 Mar 2024
Projected First-Round Pick Bobi Klintman to Enter 2024 NBA Draft

Swedish forward Bobi Klintman, a projected first-round pick, told ESPN on Friday that he has submitted paperwork to make himself eligible for the 2024 NBA Draft. “I believe I am ready for the next challenge, which is the NBA,” Klintman said. “It’s been a goal since I was young. I’ve always tried to challenge myself […]

James Foglio  •  09 Mar 2024
Texas A&M-Commerce, Incarnate Word Players Brawl During Postgame Handshakes

A wild college basketball handshake brawl broke out following Texas A&M-Commerce’s 76-72 overtime win against Incarnate Word at the Alice P. McDermott Convocation Center in San Antonio on Monday. The postgame handshakes quickly went from sportsmanlike banter to a violent confrontation in one of the craziest men’s college basketball brawls to date. While saying “good […]

James Foglio  •  20 Feb 2024
Fairleigh Dickinson Men’s Basketball Players Get Stuck in Elevator Before LIU Game

Thirteen Fairleigh Dickinson men’s basketball players got stuck in an elevator Thursday night at the Steinberg Wellness Center in Brooklyn, New York, before their road game against LIU Brooklyn. The Knights’ game against host Long Island University was delayed about 17 minutes because they were stuck in an elevator while going from the court to the […]

James Foglio  •  16 Feb 2024
Creighton Basketball to Retire Doug McDermott’s No. 3 Jersey on Dec. 20 vs. Villanova

The Creighton men’s basketball team will retire Doug McDermott’s No. 3 jersey when it hosts Villanova on Wednesday, Dec. 20. The 6-foot-6 forward became the first player in 29 years to be named to the AP All-America first team three times from 2012-14. McDermott, 31, also won the 2014 national player of the year. He […]

James Foglio  •  29 Nov 2023
Baylor’s Ja’Kobe Walter scored 28 points vs. Auburn, the 4th-most points in a Big 12 debut

In No. 20 Baylor’s 88-82 win over Auburn on Tuesday night, guard Ja’Kobe Walter scored 28 points in 34 minutes of action, the fourth-most points in a collegiate debut in Big 12 history. Only Michael Beasley (32) at Kansas State, James Anderson (29) at Oklahoma State, and J.R. Raymond (29) at Oklahoma recorded more points […]

James Foglio  •  08 Nov 2023
Bronny James to play for USC in 2023-24 if he passes medical exam

USC freshman Bronny James could make his college debut in the 2023-24 season if he passes a medical examination later this month, his father, Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James, said Monday. Bronny, 19, suffered cardiac arrest during a team workout in July and underwent successful surgery to repair a congenital heart defect. LeBron was spotted with Bronny visiting […]

James Foglio  •  07 Nov 2023
Cooper Flagg, 5-Star No. 1 Recruit in Class of 2024, Commits to Duke

Cooper Flagg, a five-star forward and the No. 1 recruit in the Class of 2024, announced his commitment to Duke Monday morning. The 6-foot-8 wing picked the Blue Devils over UConn. Flagg, 16, was reportedly close to signing with the Huskies. He last visited UConn on Sept. 22. However, Duke appealed to him more on […]

James Foglio  •  30 Oct 2023
Bronny James Misses First USC Practice, Coach Andy Enfield Says ‘He’s Doing Very Well’

Bronny James, the 18-year-old son of LeBron James, missed his first USC practice on Monday as he continues to recover from the cardiac arrest he suffered in July, and Trojans coach Andy Enfield says the star freshman feels great. “Bronny’s doing very well,” Enfield told ESPN. “But we just can’t comment on anything medically. He’s […]

James Foglio  •  26 Sep 2023