Breaking Down Iona’s 2020 Recruits

It’s safe to say Iona will look very different next season. Not only will Rick Pitino be the coach along with a whole new staff aside from Ricky Johns, but there were also be nine new players for the Gaels. They will be joining Asante Gist, Dylan Van Eyck, Isaiah Ross, and Colton Cashaw, whoContinue reading “Breaking Down Iona’s 2020 Recruits”

Options for Future Lottery Pick Cade Cunningham

With Oklahoma State receiving a postseason ban for the 2020-2021 season the future of Cade Cunningham is now up in the air. The number one overall recruit in the Class of 2020 will now assess all his options for the upcoming season. Cunningham was offered a contract by the NBA G-league estimated to be aboutContinue reading “Options for Future Lottery Pick Cade Cunningham”

Oklahoma State Receives Postseason Ban

Following an NCAA investigation regarding an Oklahoma State basketball associate head coach accepting bribes, it has been announced that the NCAA will hit the Pokes with a 2020-2021 postseason ban. Other penalties include three year probation, a three scholarship reduction through the 2022-2023 season, and a 10,000 dollar fine. As I wrote in an articleContinue reading “Oklahoma State Receives Postseason Ban”

Isaiah Washington Transferring Again

Harlem native Isaiah Washington, known for being the leader of “JellyFam” is once again in the transfer portal. He is set to let everyone know where he will be transferring to by next week per his Instagram Live. Who is Isaiah Washington? Isaiah Washington is a 6-foot-1 point guard who has incredible handle over theContinue reading “Isaiah Washington Transferring Again”

Florida’s Basketball Fall Off

In his time coaching at the collegiate level Billy Donovan took a school known mostly for its football program and quietly turned them into a powerhouse on the basketball side of the NCAA coin. Donovan amassed back-to-back national championship victories in 2006 and 2007, and lead the Gators to the Elite 8 in four ofContinue reading “Florida’s Basketball Fall Off”

Big East Way-Too-Early Preseason Rankings

The Big East has always been one of the best conferences in the country. This year will be no different, the conference brings back UConn who was once a dominant Big East team and is once again on the rise. The returning talent despite the loss of prolific scorers Markus Howard and Myles Powell isContinue reading “Big East Way-Too-Early Preseason Rankings”

Rebuilding Georgetown Basketball

I recently wrote an article about how Patrick Ewing has had an increasingly difficult time coaching at his alma mater and how the Hoyas have a challenging season ahead of them. Having your entire 2018 recruiting class transfer out of the program is definitely extremely difficult to recover from. However, in this article I lookContinue reading “Rebuilding Georgetown Basketball”

Why AJ English Should Be In The NBA

Any fan or follower of Iona basketball knows about AJ English, one of the best players in program history. The 2016 graduate is third on the all time Iona scoring list and holds the MAAC conference record for three pointers in a game (13). These records only give a snapshot of how good a playerContinue reading “Why AJ English Should Be In The NBA”

Moussa Cisse Recruitment Breakdown

Moussa Cisse recently announced his decision to reclass from the class of 2021 to the class of 2020. The 5-star is ranked number 9 in the class of 2020 and plans to announce his commitment next week. Cisse is down to a final six of, Kentucky, LSU, Florida State, Georgia, Memphis, and Georgetown. With aContinue reading “Moussa Cisse Recruitment Breakdown”

Interview With 3-Star Creighton Commit Modestas Kancleris

After finishing on top of the Big East last season, the Creighton University Blue Jays landed some tremendous new talent that will help keep them on top of the Big East for the 2020-2021 season.  Modestas Kancleris, one of the Blue Jay rookies, will be coming all the way from Lithuania next season.  Kancleris isContinue reading “Interview With 3-Star Creighton Commit Modestas Kancleris”