“Jake is a high character young man with a skill set we value on both ends of the floor,” said Blazers President of Basketball Operations Neil Olshey. “His ability to defend multiple positions and shoot the ball from range will be positive additions to our roster.”
Orlando had originally selected … Read More »
You know that every home game at XFinity, in the back middle row sat 8 to 20 NBA scouts. I’m not sure why after last night’s draft. I am shocked that Diamond fell not only to the 2nd round but down to #40. With no guaranteed contract, it could be … Read More »
COLLEGE PARK, Md. – The Big Ten Conference announced the Maryland men’s basketball team’s home and away conference games for the 2016-17 season
The Terps are scheduled to host 2016 NCAA Tournament qualifiers Indiana, Iowa, Michigan State and Purdue at XFINITY Center, in addition to Illinois, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio … Read More »
The entire back of Cole Field House is down. Progress is being made- click below to view
With the recruiting news going so well, thought I would post the Comcast Center intro video as an appetizer for the 2016-17 hoops season –
18. Maryland Terrapins
Is this ranking too high? Maybe. The rest of this list (probably beginning with UCLA, if not a few spots higher) is where most of the changes can be found, and where things feel … Read More »
Jaylen Brantley and Jared Nickens –
I was bewildered by this decision. Why hire an agent until you have been evaluated by the NBA. It’s a fait accompli. Look, I only hope the best for him, just like I would for any Terrapin leaving early, or staying full term. So what could this mean–perhaps Turge will … Read More »
After the Terps defeated UNC in lacrosse, Bruce and Wayne talk about the end of the hoops season and next year.
A 79-63 loss to Kansas ends the season in the Sweet Sixteen for the Terps.
It’s Maryland, so of course the fans can be disappointed with “only” a Sweet Sixteen appearance. Even though the Terps have not been this far in the NCAA tournament since 2003. The game still carries … Read More »