The champions of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference, the 25-6 Rams will take on Franklin Pierce in the first round of the Division II tourney on Saturday night in New Haven, Connecticut.
I can come up with a reason that Sam Hinkie has made every move he’s been responsible for since taking over as president and general manager of the Sixers; except one.
An Ivy League champion will be crowned Tuesday night in women’s basketball.
The Pacers will finally get a chance to see what Andrew Bynum can do for them.
An April 7 trial has been scheduled for former Sixers player Richard Dumas on charges that he stole merchandise from Luke Air Force Base’s exchange store.
Delaware guard Devon Saddler is headed to the NCAA tournament. A few years from now, the kid just might find himself working as a basketball coach.
A Minnesota lawmaker apologized Monday for his tweet about NBA players, which was seen by some as racist.
One thing that could provide a bit of a spark, for perhaps both the fans and some of the players, is the debut of rookie center Nerlens Noel. That spark could be on its way.
For a fifth straight season, the Cabrini College men’s basketball team is headed to the Division III NCAA Tournament.
The Sixers have lost 15 straight games, with 21 to play. There are only two players, that are for sure, solid NBA players. The rest of the roster is made up of guys named Henry Sims and (GASP!) Byron Mullens. So it’s a fair question that many have asked; could the Sixers lose the rest of their games?
The 2013-14 season has already been an incredible ride for the Division III Haverford College women’s basketball team. And there is still more to come.
It took a few months, but the Sixers are as bad as we all expected them to be. With the second-worst record in the league, and closing in on the worst, the Sixers are last in the NBA in net efficiency, point differential, turnover rate, and more. They’ve lost 15 straight games, and there is no end in sight.
After going 16-13 during the regular season, the Drexel Dragons are getting ready for the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament. The #4 seed, the Dragons will open play on Saturday afternoon against #5 Northeastern.
It was minutes before the Sixers eventual loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder. I don’t call it an “eventual loss” because it’s the day after the game, and I know it was a loss. I call it that because the outcome was about as set-in-stone as it could have been, even just before the game. To the teams, to the fans, to the players, to the referees, to everyone.
For the 8th time in program history, the Cabrini College women’s basketball team has earned a berth in the Division III NCAA Tournament