Tag Archive for: USC basketball
Jordan McLaughlin surprises with a gritty shift off the bench for Minnesota.
Guard De’Anthony Melton and forward Evan Mobley make their playoff debuts.
No. 1 Jayhawks rout No. 8 Tarheels in New Orleans.
The freshman forward is expected to be a lottery pick in the upcoming draft.
The men’s basketball team suffered its worst defeat in the Andy Enfield era, falling 96-61 to TCU at the Basketball Hall of Fame Classic at Staples Center on Friday to drop to 5-4 on the season.
The final — Stanford 77, USC 76. And like that, USC had gone from jubilation to heartbreak, from big road conference win to another crushing defeat for a team needing to stockpile victories to save its NCAA Tournament hopes.
Athletic Director Lynn Swann addressed the arrest of USC men’s basketball associate head coach Tony Bland and the future of USC during a talk at the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism Wednesday night. Bland was arrested as part of a corruption ring along with three other NCAA assistant basketball coaches, according to federal papers […]
Bland is one of four college basketball assistant coaches arrested in a federal case that became public Tuesday.
When looking back at USC’s heartbreaking defeat to Providence in the first round of the NCAA tournament on Thursday, you’ll likely think of the defensive lapse at the end when the Trojans left Providence sophomore forward Rodney Bullock wide open under the basket for a game-winning layup. But the contest was lost well before then, […]