Steve Masiello, who was an assistant under Pitino for six years at Louisville, once told me he planned to incorporate 99.9% of what he learned from his mentor into his own program. And that’s exactly what’s happened.
Willard won’t have a point guard nearly as good as Machado or Theodore during the upcoming season at Seton Hall — and the position, which has been such a big part the coach’s success when he’s had good teams, is a virtual unknown.
UNLV is now legitimately among the top seven or eight teams in the country heading into next season after adding Findlay Prep power forward Anthony Bennett.
With the annual Haggerty Award Dinner set for Thursday night at the Tarrytown Marriott, we unveil our end of season awards.
C.J. Leslie’s decision to return to NC State next season immediately makes Mark Gottfried’s team a threat for the ACC title.
The Wildcats may have lost to Vanderbilt on Sunday, but they’re still ripe for a major run in the NCAA Tournament.
Can Iona beat BYU in the play-in game? Yes. And it should be incredibly entertaining.
Call it a MAAC miracle! In a surprise – perhaps the biggest in the field – Iona got a ticket to the dance.
The Gaels have been building all season for the MAAC Tournament and anything less than three victories and holding up a trophy next Monday night in Springfield will be a monumental disappointment.
We’ve identified five names on the mid-major level to keep an eye on when the carousel starts spinning in March.
We don’t wish attempting to deal with VCU’s pressure on anyone.
There’s plenty to keep track of this weekend if you’re a nut for NCAA basketball. Jon Rothstein breaks down who and what to watch.
It was a big time field loaded with talented teams– Alabama, Colorado, Iona, Maryland, Purdue, Temple, Western Michigan and Wichita State. Here’s what you need to know from San Juan…
Defensively, the loss of Allen on the interior is going to be an adjustment for Temple to overcome. Offensively, we should see good guards, few mistakes, and because of that, a berth in the NCAA Tournament.
St. John’s head coach Steve Lavin, Iona’s Tim Cluess, and Hofstra’s Mo Cassara joined Mike Francesa on Wednesday.