Providence 76, Miami (FL) 62: The Brilliance of Kris Dunn

Providence coach Ed Cooley likes to build season-long themes for his teams. Last season Bryce Cotton was the indefatigable point guard, but he has since left the Dunkin’ Donuts Center, and Cooley now stresses LaDontae Henton, a forward he calls “Superman,” might just be the most under appreciated player in Division I. Continue reading “Providence 76, Miami (FL) 62: The Brilliance of Kris Dunn”

Three Thoughts: Providence 72, Yale 66

(photo courtesy: Yale Athletics)

In the end, Vegas usually knows. So while the Providence fans, and even coach Ed Cooley to some extent, was a little upset the Friars didn’t bury Yale at various points of Friday afternoon’s 72-66 win, the Bulldogs can be equally peeved that they weren’t able to pull off the upset on a day where starting guard Kris Dunn (and freshman Jalen Lindsey) didn’t play.

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