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”

Welcome Paul Hewitt to the CAA

It’s not often you get fired and actually end up coaching a better team, but that’s exactly what happened to Paul Hewitt. After finishing 13-18 (5-11 in the ACC) Hewitt was relieved of his duties at Georgia Tech. Still, he managed to land on his feet with a sweet gig at George Mason after Jim Larranaga left for Miami.

Hewitt was known at Tech for underachieving teams. It might seem odd then that he was chosen to lead a Patriots team that is expected to be in the Top 25 in the nation next season.

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