Coming home: Keyser native Ryan Streets named new PSC men’s basketball coach |

KEYSER, W.Va. (WV News) – In 1974, singer-songwriter John Denver began singing, “Hey, it’s good to be home again. Twenty-five-year-old Keyser native Ryan Streets wasn’t born yet, long ago, but these lyrics perfectly describe how Streets feels after being named the new men’s basketball coach at Potomac State on Thursday. “I feel really lucky to … Read more

Basketball reasons sold Pac-12 trio in Wyoming | Men’s basketball

LARAMIE – As the University of Wyoming looked to add a list that helped deliver one of the most successful seasons in decades, Cowboys basketball coach Jeff Linder knew his field of recruitment needed to be different from other schools. Fortunately for Pokes, what they had to sell was exactly what old-fashioned friends Max Agbonkpolo, … Read more

100 best WVU basketball players of all time: Nr. 20-16 | WVU Sports

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Below is another installment in this long series with a countdown from numbers 20-16. 16 – Tony Robertson (1976-77) – A native of Detroit, where he led Southwestern High School to the state championship in his senior year, Robertson spent the next two years in junior college at Eastern Arizona College, where … Read more

Heatherington ready to continue his basketball career at Salem | Jackson Star and Herald – Ripley and Ravenswood

RAVENSWOOD, W. Va. (WV News) – For a moment, at least, Riley Heatherington thought he had called basketball. When the University of Charleston Golden Eagles found out they would not go to the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional Tournament, the former great Red Devil suddenly saw the end of his days as a player. His … Read more

100 best WVU basketball players of all time: Nr. 25-21 | WVU Sports

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Below is another installment in this long series with a countdown from numbers 25-21. 21 – Dale Blaney (1983-86) – The uninvited recruit who came from tiny Hartford, Ohio (population 462), turned into one of Gale Catlett’s great defenders of the season. He was hired to WVU by assistant coach Gary McPherson, … Read more

The leaders of college basketball are wondering what the future of the game will look like

With more than 1,700 players on the NCAA Portal, as well as countless name, image and analogy agreements and conferences (including the Southeast Conference) that add or lose applications, college basketball is giving the term “transition game” a new meaning. What will college basketball look like in the future? Here is a collection of observations … Read more

“I would have cooked it too … I’m never going to say no one is going to beat me to one-on-one or anything.”

Michael Jordan is widely regarded as one of the greatest basketball players of all time. Although he earned and earned the respect of some young basketball players, the former ROY winner had an interesting vision of playing him one on one. Ja Morant appeared as a Star player and won the award for better player … Read more

GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL: ‘Coach DA’ looks forward to a challenge to rebuild once proud spiders | Latest headlines

C. JEMAL HORTON CONCORD – Darrell Alexander enjoys the challenges. In fact, he says, he longs for them. And based on his latest job, most people who watch girls’ basketball in high school in Cabarrus County know he has a big challenge ahead of him. Last month, Alexander was hired as the head coach of … Read more

How former Wisconsin women basketball players used transportation before, early in the IX season title | University

JAKE KOCOROWSKI The modes of transportation from the beginning to the mid-1970s, described by former women basketball players from the University of Wisconsin, paint a very different picture compared to airplanes and buses that current college students and their students can take advantage of. “We had a fleet of cars,” said former UW player Kristi … Read more

Armon Gates Leaves Nebraska Men’s Basketball to Oregon | Sports

Nebraska Assistant Armon Gates is taking over at Oregon, a source confirmed to the Omaha World-Herald on Friday. Gates, Husker’s longest-serving assistant, joined the team in 2018 under Tim Miles. He was the only assistant retained when Fred Hoiberg took office in 2019. “I appreciate all of Armon’s contributions to Husker basketball over the past … Read more