The Basketball Tournament is a crazy combination of Hoosiers, $1 million, ESPN and a ton of basketball dreams.
Evan Conti and Justin Harris are just two of a group of Quinnipiac graduates attempting to break into professional basketball this summer. Continue reading “Quinnipiac Duo Aiming For Overseas Opportunities”
He wasn’t supposed to be here. Continue reading “Despite the Odds, Steve Masiello Back On the NCAA Doorstep”
Earlier this month, Gotham Hoops hosted the inaugural Gotham Hoops Invitational at Farmingdale State College. The event was a showcase for over two dozen Men’s College Basketball seniors in the Tri-State area.
Participants included a diverse array of players from local Division I, II, and III schools. The players were separated into four teams and played two exhibition games to show off their skills. This was just one opportunity for these seniors to play in front of friends, media, and scouts as they pursue their dreams of playing professionally.
Big Apple Buckets was at the event, and we were able to catch up with some local players including Manhattan’s Rhamel Brown, Hofstra’s Stephen Nwaukoni, and Quinnipiac’s Ike Azotam. Continue reading “Players on Their Future at the Gotham Hoops Invitational”
The controversy over Manhattan head coach Steve Masiello’s education history quickly gained national attention, overshadowing the school’s first NCAA tournament run in a decade. Continue reading “Manhattan Players Sticking By Steve Masiello”
Three thoughts from Manhattan’s MAAC championship game 71-68 victory over Iona on Monday night in what could be the final MAAC tournament game in Springfield. Continue reading “Three Thoughts: Manhattan 71, Iona 68”
For the first time in ten years, the Manhattan Jaspers are headed to the Big Dance. Manhattan defeated New York rival Iona 71-68 in the MAAC championship game Monday night, avenging their own three-point loss in the same championship game last year. Continue reading “Manhattan 71, Iona 68”
The third time was the charm for Steve Masiello’s Jaspers.
Three thoughts after Manhattan’s 72-59 quarterfinal win over St. Peter’s on Saturday night. They advance to play Quinnipiac on Sunday. Continue reading “Three Thoughts: Manhattan 72, St. Peter’s 58”
Manhattan head coach Steve Masiello will honor one of the best tandems on Sunday in the team’s final home game at Draddy Gymnasium. Continue reading “Manhattan’s Masiello on his Senior Class”