Quade Green will have his choice of schools, and with Syracuse making a late push to land the five-star point guard, John Calipari has decided to make the trek to Philly to speak to Green personally. The 6-foot point guard from Philadelphia’s Neumann-Goretti had Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim and assistant Gerry McNamara come to
Top 9️⃣🙈👀 A photo posted by SW💉 (@q_boogi) on Aug 12, 2016 at 4:08pm PDT Quade Green has to decide if he wants to be a “Blue Blood” or pave his own way, but for now he’s narrowed is choices to nine schools via his Instagram. The Neumann-Goretti 5-star point guard has the luxury of
Once he adds some muscle to his frame — look out below! The Nueman Goretti star got busy during the Nike EYBL and the Pangos All-American Camp — as “Da Da” showed the bounce and athletic ability that could make him the next Brice Johnson. Peep the video from Courtside Films.
Quade Green said he wanted to make a statement this summer, and the Neuman Goretti star did just that — going from Four Star to Five Star — while ensuring his legacy as one of the top point guards in the city and the nation. A 5-foot-11, 155-pound Senior General — Green is ranked as
Wayns put on this summer during The Tournament, and now he has a new deal. The point guard spent last season in Serie A with Varese averaging 10.8 points, 2.8 rebounds and 2.6 assists per game.
The San Antonio Spurs came to terms with the former Villanova guard on Thursday afternoon and I hope he sticks around. After leading the Wildcats to a national title — Ryan is averaging 2.4 points, 2.7 rebounds.
Kyle Lowry has accepted an invitation from USA Basketball to participate in the 2016 Olympics — after Stephen Curry and Russell Westbrook decided not to participate — thus opening a spot at point guard opened up for Lowry. Toronto guard Kyle Lowry has accepted an invitation to play for Team USA in the Rio Olympics,
What a shot — literally on game night — and by the camera man responsible for this awesome photo. Kris Jenkins buzzer-beater to win the National Title will live in infamy after the Wildcats were blessed with the Sports Illustrated cover.
Villanova is not playing around — destroying Oklahoma 95-51 in the first National Semifinal game of the Final Four in Houston. Nova shot about as well as any team could — and held Sooner All-American Buddy Hield to singe digits. Junior guard Josh Hart shot the lights out — scoring 23 points to lead a
Touchdown Wildcats! No. 2 Villanova is dominating No. 2 Oklahoma by 21 points #FinalFour #MarchMadness https://t.co/ZSQZb100iB — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) April 2, 2016 Villanova is rolling over Oklahoma, and Mikal Bridges helped widen the gap with this poster dunk and foul over an Oklahoma defender.