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Sischo’s glittering basketball career at Daemen College comes to a gentle end

The past week has been a happy and sad time for Daemen College men’s basketball player Andrew Sischo. On March 4, the 6-foot-9 Guilderland center and Guilderland High graduate was named East Coast Conference Player of the Year for the fourth straight season. He celebrated the honor by scoring 35 points and 14 rebounds in […]

Watch now: Kayel Newland ends his basketball career at Illinois State on a high note | state of illinois

NORMAL — The luxury of an established role eluded Kayel Newland for much of his basketball career at Illinois State. His playing time ranged from two to 33 minutes as a freshman, went from one to 15 minutes in less than two weeks as a sophomore, and sank under 10 minutes most often as a […]

Holderness graduate recalls how school prepared him for a basketball career

3,600 miles from his home in Frankfurt, Germany, Roland Nyama’s first impression of life at Holderness School was: “New Hampshire is weird. “The school is in the middle of nowhere,” recalls Nyama, a 2013 graduate, with a chuckle. “The biggest adjustment was probably the language barrier and some cultural differences. You walk the streets and […]

Talks to bring the Canadian Elite Basketball League to town

Someone professional basketball in Winnipeg? Canadian Elite Basketball League commissioner Mike Morreale said Tuesday he expects his 10-team league to expand to Manitoba’s capital by 2024, adding that he has begun talks with three potential local ownership groups, including 50 Below Sports + Entertainment, Winnipeg owners of the WHL. Ice. RUTH BONNEVILLE / WINNIPEG FREE […]

All-Star 5 – Week 15

After a weekend of exclusive action in the BBL Trophy first round, the BBL All-Star 5 is led by two record-holding British internationals, alongside a pair of Glen Luss Glasgow Rocks and a veteran star from Division 1 of the National Basketball League. Dan Clark – Giants of ManchesterAll-time top scorer for the British national […]

Pro Bruin Rundown: Thomas Welsh wins Taiwan Basketball League’s December MVP

Sport is in full swing all year round – from the preparatory level to the professional ranks. Every Monday, Daily Bruin Sports will spotlight a few moments from former UCLA greats over the past week. Men’s basketball: Thomas Welsh, New Taipei Kings Years after his academic career on the West Coast, Thomas Welsh found a […]

Antoine Davis sets career basketball scoring record at Detroit Mercy

Detroit Mercy basketball had not played since Dec. 19, thanks to three COVID cancellations; visiting Milwaukee would likely wish that streak lasted a few more days, as the Titans buried the Panthers on Friday night, 85-60. Antoine Davis of the UDM started Friday 35 points behind Rashad Phillips (1998-2001) for the school’s all-time leading scorer. […]

League leaders win both monthly awards

That’s a double award in December for the league-leading Leicester drivers as they finished 2021 atop the BBL Championship and through to the BBL Cup Final, which rewarded Rob Paternostro and Marc Loving. Leicester’s game caller Paternostro is named Molten’s December Coach of the Month Kevin Cadle BBL, winning him for the first time this […]

DeLaurier becomes first elite Canadian Basketball League player to sign with NBA club

The increase in COVID-19 cases around the NBA is prompting clubs to take unconventional measures to fill the rosters. 40-year-old “Iso Joe” Johnson got real minutes on the NBA floor in 2021 on Wednesday. And on Thursday, Javin DeLaurier became the first player to play for a Canadian Elite Basketball League franchise. (CEBL) to be […]

DeLaurier becomes the first Canadian Elite Basketball League player to sign with an NBA club

Rising cases of COVID-19 in the NBA are prompting clubs to take unconventional steps to fill rosters. On Wednesday, 40-year-old “Iso Joe” Johnson earned actual minutes on an NBA court in 2021. And on Thursday, Javin DeLaurier became the first player to play for an elite Canadian Basketball League (CEBL) franchise. ) to be signed […]

Join a Yahoo Fantasy Basketball League and Target These Players

Special for Yahoo Sports If you were officially knocked out of your fantasy football league last weekend, don’t worry. The NBA season is only heating up and you can still draft a fantastic basketball team on Yahoo. As we get you ready for your draft and catch up with you on what you might have […]

Everything you need to know about Manny Pacquiao’s basketball career in PBA

Manny Pacquiao ranks among the greatest fighters of this generation. The eight division champion has had a brilliant boxing career. He left the sport as one of the most respected fighters of all time. Pacquiao’s brilliance wasn’t confined to boxing alone, he garnered immense attention for his stint in politics and other verticals. ADVERTISING The […]

Tchoukuiegno’s career night propels Wildcats beyond Central Connecticut State – The New Hampshire

WILDCATS 67, BLUE DEVILS 45 DURHAM, NH – The University of New Hampshire (UNH) Wildcats (4-2, 0-0) stayed in the win column on Saturday night with a 67-45 win over the Central Connecticut State Blue Devils (CCSU) (2-7, 0-0). They’re an unlikely pair of players who did the work for New Hampshire in this one. […]

Topeka High softball star NiJa Canady reflects on his basketball career

Topeka High star softball player NiJaree Canady announced her commitment to play softball at Stanford University on October 12. Canady was an athlete in two sports during her time at Topeka High. With her commitment to the Stanford official, she made the decision to forgo the basketball season to continue preparing for the rigors of […]

The Bristol Press – Bristol Eastern’s Collins to continue basketball career at Pace University

BRISTOL — For Bristol Eastern senior Ciara Collins, committing to playing basketball at Pace University will be a new experience for her with familiar roots. Collins signed on Wednesday to play for the Division II school in New York and won’t be the first 1,000-point scorer from the East to switch to wearing Pace’s blue […]

Lots of New Faces in YSU Basketball – Business Journal Daily

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – A recent trip to a remote camp for two days of basketball, bonfires, camaraderie, and no cell service brought the University’s men’s basketball team together. Youngstown State, which has five transfers and four freshmen. Coach Jerrod Calhoun insists there is no magic formula to involving newcomers and returning players. The Penguins, who […]

Lovelace signs with Milligan University to pursue basketball career | Sports

Nina Lovelace of Morristown West had one goal in mind when she started playing sports at a young age. This goal was to play at the college level. That’s a goal Lovelace reached on Wednesday night by signing with Milligan University to further his college and basketball career. After years of hard work and dedication, […]

Bennett Koch returns for third season

Bennett Koch has signed for a third consecutive season with the B. Braun Sheffield Sharks. The 6’10” center from Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin returns to South Yorkshire following the 2020-21 campaign where he contributed 10.4 points per game with 4.8 rebounds and 1.4 assists on 59.4% of shots. Koch has many admirers on the British basketball circuit […]

Jazian Gortman Decision for Overtime Elite Basketball League

Jazian Gortman bypasses his senior year of high school and takes a leap in his professional basketball career. Gortman, the No. 1-ranked prospect in South Carolina and one of the top 10 national rookies, is leaving Keenan High School to join the new Overtime Elite League launching in September and billing itself as a “transformative […]

Ex-Rockford University player will end his basketball career at Marian

Kivontay Shaw has moved a bit further north from where he’s laid his head over the past five years. The 2016 Galesburg High School graduate did so to further his college basketball career. After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from Rockford University in May, Shaw will pursue a master’s degree in management leadership […]

Daishen Nix ready for next phase of basketball career

The 14-year-old boy who moved from Anchorage, Alaska to Las Vegas in pursuit of his basketball dreams has grown up now. All 19 years old, 6 feet 5 inches and 227 pounds. Prepared for playing professional basketball. “Sometimes I just look back like how far I’ve come,” Daishen Nix said Wednesday on the eve of […]

Syracuse Stallions’ first year in pro basketball league ends with championship series sweep

The Syracuse Stallions’ attempt to win a championship in their first season in the Basketball League failed by two games. The Stallions were swept in the two-game championship series by the Enid Outlaws, ending a successful first season for the Syracuse-based club in its first year in an all-pro league. The Stallions previously competed in […]

Preparatory basketball: After an outstanding basketball career at South, Isaiah Gilliam signs with Clackamas Community College to continue playing | Basketball

There have been many times this season when South Albany coach Tim Matuszak had to remind Isaiah Gilliam that what he was doing was not easy. Gilliam, South’s star point guard, led the RedHawks to the brink of a conference title in one of the toughest leagues in the state, despite being the only player […]

Preparatory Basketball: After Outstanding Basketball Career In South, Isaiah Gilliam Signs With Clackamas Community College To Continue Playing | Basketball

There have been plenty of times this season that South Albany coach Tim Matuszak had to remind Isaiah Gilliam that what he was doing was not easy. South’s star point guard Gilliam led the RedHawks to the brink of a conference title in one of the state’s toughest leagues, despite being the only roster to […]

The Trench League is a summer basketball league in Clarksville, TN

Jahmar Perkins-Ashford and Gary Estwick | Special for The Leaf-Chronicle, The Leaf-Chronicle Chris Moses created the Trench League to protect the young men of Clarksville from tragedies like this. Shelter, if only for a few hours, some of its participants from the realities of life in the city’s underprivileged neighborhoods. To show that teenagers in […]

Julianna Walker Ends High School Basketball Career

Annie Wright Sr. Julianna Walker celebrates with her teammate following the Gators’ 82-35 victory over Cascade Christian in the Nisqually 1A League Title game at Annie Wright High School in Tacoma, Wash. On Friday, June 18, 2021. Tony overman [email protected] One of the most prolific goal scorers in Washington state high school basketball history has […]

Myles Garrett “Retires” From Basketball Career – Like All Those NFL Stars

When the NBA playoffs end, many athletes’ hopes of winning the Larry O’Brien Trophy end with it. But the “dream” of a non-NBA athlete came to an unexpected end in the first round of the playoffs. Myles Garrett, the Cleveland Browns defensive end who has blown social media in recent months with his basketball exploits, […]

Huskies’ Denham signs to pursue college basketball career at Davis & Elkins | High school sports

RACHEL — After four years of hard work and lasting memories while growing into an all-state player on a state title contender at North Marion High, Karlie Denham senior’s next chapter in her basketball journey was written in just a few weeks. ‘ time. Denham, who officially graduated from North Marion on Thursday, signed a […]

Jake Wolfe chooses Morehead State to pursue men’s basketball career

By Matt Schabert, Morehead State Athletic Media Relations MOREHEAD, Ky. – Another student-athlete with high-level experience in Division I championships chose Morehead State to pursue his athletic and academic career. Jake Wolfe, who played three seasons at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tenn., Qualified to transfer to Morehead State. Wolfe will have two more seasons of […]

Hollingsworth set to begin his professional basketball career

History links BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — WKU Hilltopper Basketball Senior Guard Taveion Hollingsworth announced on Monday that he would not use an additional fifth year of college eligibility and begin his professional basketball career. The 6-foot-2, 165-pound guard will leave The Hill with his name all over the program’s record books. Hollingsworth, who has started […]

Joshua Langford ends his basketball career, Kithier chooses Valparaiso

After a five-year stint in the green and white, Michigan State basketball’s Joshua Langford has ended his basketball career. Langford released a statement Monday saying he will not be pursuing a professional basketball career. “My college experience wasn’t what I imagined, but it exceeded all of my expectations and I wouldn’t change it for the […]

Marcus Zegarowski turns pro and ends Creighton’s decorated basketball career | Basketball

Jon Nyatawa Omaha World Herald Creighton junior Marcus Zegarowski will enter the NBA draft and end his college career with the Jays, he announced Tuesday. The first-team All-Big East point guard wrote on Twitter that he had an “amazing experience at Creighton.” He thanked CU coaches, administrators, teammates and fans. He also thanked his family […]

CJ Walker waives additional year of eligibility to pursue professional basketball career

While it has been clear for weeks that Ohio State’s CJ Walker has no plans to return for a fourth season at Columbus, former playmaker Buckeye made his plans official today when he announced that he would hire an agent and give up his extra year. of eligibility. The NCAA ruled before the start of […]

Annawan Samuels eyes college basketball career | High School Boys Basketball – QCVarsity.com

With Central Pointe, he played over 30 games and averaged 13 points per outing, but was quick to notice that filling the basket was not his primary role. “My primary role was as sole guard, bringing energy to defense and playing a versatile role,” Samuels said. “There were a lot of guys there who could […]

Basketball, Business and Sales: Penn alum Andreas Schreiber’s Holy Trinity

Dual nationality custody competed for the Swedish national team By Carter Lynn 03/24/21 11:41 p.m. Penn Alumni Andreas Schreiber went from professional basketball to sales, which for him was natural. (Photo by Andreas Schreiber) The transition to sales after professional basketball is only natural, according to former Penn male basketball player Andreas Schreiber. After graduating […]

‘All About Basketball’: Jalen Bridges’ Basketball Career Has Always Been About Learning

There was a time when a young Jalen Bridges might have thought his future was in baseball. The WVU forward was dragging his bat bag around Bridgeport, West Virginia stadium for his little league games, perhaps one day thinking of the big leagues. But then he picked up a basketball. “As soon as he touched […]

Manny Camper announces the end of his basketball career in Siena and will declare for the NBA draft

After the disappointment of an earlier than expected exit from the Metropolitan Atlantic Conference tournament, Siena senior guard/forward Manny Camper took a few days to consider his future. He spoke with his family and came to the same decision over the weekend that head coach Carmen Maciariello had been waiting for some time. Camper, the […]

Former San Marcos star Johnny McWilliams relaunches Master’s basketball career

A two-sports star in San Marcos High School, Johnny McWilliams had his choice of sports and colleges. A tall, lanky and athletic wide receiver, McWilliams had San Diego State and Boise State offering football scholarships. A basketball shooter / slasher, he received offers from Nevada, Colorado State and Rice before deciding to play at Fresno […]

12 facts about Chasson Randle’s basketball career

1. Randle is 28 and was born and raised in Rock Island, Illinois, where he performed at the city’s public high school. 2. He is Stanford’s all-time leading scorer with 2,375 points in his four years as Cardinal. 3. He won the NIT Championship at Stanford during his freshman and third year years. In 2012, […]

Mount Saint Joseph, Villanova graduate, Alex Louin goes global with a basketball career – thereporteronline

Alex Louin still marvels at the distance traveled by an orange ball. An all-state artist at Mount Saint Joseph Academy and an All Big-East star in Villanova, Louin’s basketball career has continued prolifically overseas. Although her third year of professional career has been put on hold, Louin was in the middle of another very productive […]

Jayce Johnson continues his basketball career abroad – Marquette Wire

Jayce Johnson, a former Marquette center, is preparing to embark on a new basketball journey. He recently announced on social media that he will be traveling abroad to Romania where he will play professionally for BC CSU Sibiu. The team competes in a league called “Liga Națională”, which is the leading basketball league in Romania […]

Washington carves out a successful career as a professional basketball player abroad

Deron Washington enjoyed everything about Italy during his time in one of the most beautiful countries in the world – from mountains and culture to cities, food and wine. But he feels really lucky to be home with his family in Charlotte these days. Washington, who played for the Virginia Tech men’s basketball team from […]

Burbank Pope suspends professional basketball career in Europe amid pandemic

Overseas in Europe, Austin Pope was enjoying an impressive campaign for the Vaerlose Hawks basketball team when the unexpected happened. No, the former Burbank High boys basketball player did not suffer a late season injury. On the contrary, Pope found himself scrambling after BasketLigaen, a professional league in Denmark, called off the remainder of the […]

McMurry’s Jordan begins his professional basketball career

Marc-David | Special for the Abilene Reporter-News BASKETBALL Jackson jumps to the pros Former McMurry player Jordan Jackson has entered his first professional season as a member of the London Lions. Jackson averaged 8.4 points and 4.3 rebounds last season with the War Hawks. The Lions are members of the British Basketball League. CROSS COUNTRY […]

College basketball career leaders

College basketball’s career leaders include players from a surprising number of different eras, decades, and programs. Some made the list even without the 3-point line. Creighton’s Doug McDermott is the most recent player to find a spot in the top 5, as he finished with 3,150 points. That’s a huge number, but it’s well behind […]

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