Eight days away from its season opener, USC men’s basketball still has work to do.
USC coach Kevin O’Neill and his team look to rebound after a 6-26 campaign in 2011-2012.
New transfers and players returning from injury give USC more depth than its had before.
7-foot-2 transfer center from Rice adds depth and size to Trojans’ front court.
Academically ineligible point guard opts to transfer instead of returning to USC in 2013-14.
Jovanovic can bring to the Trojans his wide array of post moves and a shooting touch vaguely reminiscent of Orlando Magic player and former Trojan star Nikola Vucevic, also an international recruit.
When USC men’s basketball coach Kevin O’Neill was questioned about the possibility of losing guard Maurice Jones to injury or other circumstances prior to the start of the 2011-2012 season, he took on a near-apocalyptic tone. “Don’t come to the games,” O’Neill said at Pac-12 Media Day in 2011. “It’ll be ugly. Don’t show up. […]
The Trojans’ improved depth in the backcourt softens the loss of reliable junior point guard.
The USC men’s basketball team officially announced the signing of guard Brendyn Taylor on Wednesday, marking the third member of the Trojans’ 2012 incoming recruiting class. Taylor, Los Angeles native, averaged 18 points, five rebounds and 3.5 assists, while leading Fairfax High School to a 20-10 record last season. He is ranked as the No. […]
Between stuffing my face with beignets, listening to jazz music in Jackson Square and making my way through the chaos that is Bourbon Street this past weekend at the Final Four in New Orleans, I thought hard about USC basketball. For those who have never been, the Final Four is unequivocally the greatest spectacle in […]