It’s great to see Greivis coming through in clutch situations. Today he hit the key shot of the game, a trey to put Toronto up by 4 down the wire.
Interesting analysis of last night’s loss to Notre Dame –6-5 in OT
Women advance to ACC Lacrosse Championship game
Turgeon hires new Director of Operations, Cliff Warren
A look at the 2014-15 Terps in Basketball
Wizards lose but remain up 2-1 in series
How Calipari failed … Read More »
As the dust settles from the 2013 NBA Draft, the season of trade speculation is officially upon us. The adherence to “the best player available” draft philosophy invariably results in an assortment of roster logjams. The Sacramento Kings and New Orleans Pelicans find themselves in just such a predicament. The … Read More »
Those statistics indicate Vasquez had a breakout season.
So why would the New Orleans Pelicans have any … Read More »
from Slam magazine article by Tzvi Twersky
When Greivis Vasquez emerged out of Washington, DC-area’s Reagan National Airport on September 25, 2004, the teenage native of Caracas, Venezuela, did not know what sort of greeting to expect. He knew why he had left his homeland on his mother’s birthday: to … Read More »
Without question the best Terrapin Victory since Grievis’ last game at home. Turgeon had this team perfectly prepared and once again out coached the King of the Evil Empire into the ground. HATS OFF TO COACH TURGEON!!!!!!!!!!!
When I was submitting my vote for ALL ACC–I just could not leave … Read More »
The NBA announced today that New Orleans Hornets guard Greivis Vasquez was named the Western Conference Player of Week for games played Monday, December 24, through Sunday, December 30. This is the first time in Vasquez’s career that he has won a Player of the Week honor.
Vasquez led the Hornets … Read More »
The majority of Maryland fans are most passionate for men’s basketball followed by football which is a distant second. Since Lefty brought big time college basketball to College Park and The DC. area, Maryland has experienced “rivalries” with North Carolina, N.C. St., and Duke. Since the 70’s, Carolina has always … Read More »