James Chun: “Blessed to receive an offer from Dominican University” Chun also sports offers from San Francisco State and CS Monterey Bay. » Read more articles about James Chun. » Read more in-depth analysis of the basketball recruiting process in my `Recruiting is a Seriously Funny Business’ cornerstone article.
“Bossi’s Takeaways: Marshall County Hoopfest” Jordan Brown and Kyree Walker receive some pixels here. A tip of the hat to Daniel Poulter for this one. » Read more articles about Jordan Brown. » Read more articles about Kyree Walker.
CCSF Men’s Basketball: “Golden Gate Classic All-Tourney Team ”
“RAMS TAKE OVER TOP SPOT IN WEEK FIVE”—Signal The Light Basketball
Sayeed (El Cerrito High) Pridgett totaled 20 points, 12 boards and four assists in host Montana’s 86-68 victory over Cal State Northridge on Sunday. » Read more articles about Sayeed Pridgett.
“Cañada hoops ready for battle”—Terry Bernal
“Youth movement has begun as Dominican men’s basketball starts PacWest play”—Ian Ross
“How 23-year-old Shams Charania became one of the NBA’s top news-breakers before even graduating college”—Alex Putterman Excellent detailing of Charania’s blueprint to prominence.
“A day with Hornets assistant coach—and NBA lifer—Stephen Silas”—Paul Flannery Very informative. » Read more in-depth analysis of basketball coaching in my `Coaching is a Risky Business’ cornerstone article.
“THE TOP 12 NCAA BASKETBALL PLAYERS THE NBA HAS ITS EYE ON IN NEXT YEAR’S DRAFT”—Marc J. Spears
6-foot-1 Miles Amos of Stuart Hall High and Bay City Basketball is coming off a season is which he was named “Sophomore of the Year” by the San Francisco Examiner after being honored as the 16u Most Valuable Player in the 2016 Bay Area Memorial Day Classic. » Read the complete article in the Premium Content Read More…
SUNDAY CCSF tourney City College San Francisco 105, Contra Costa College 59 Diablo Valley College 77, College of the Sequoias 59 Sierra College 76, Skyline College 68 Cabrillo tourney Foothill College 77, Cabrillo College 67 Mt. SAC tourney Merritt College 88, Middlebrooks Academy 85 AVC tourney San Bernardino Valley College 81, DeAnza College 74 Terrance Read More…
John Devine provides an update on USF freshman Jamaree (Palma High) Bouyea.
Prolific Prep of Napa Christian 78-71 Victory in Marshall County Hoop Fest “Prolific Prep of Napa Christian moved to 9-1 on the season with a 78 – 71 victory against Tennessee Prep (TN) in the second day of the Marshall County Hoop Fest. Prolific Prep was playing without starting PG Nimari Burnett out (hand) and Read More…
Visiting St. Mary’s. aided by 14 points plus six rebounds from Jordan (Folsom High) Ford, topped California 74-63 on Saturday. For the Bears, Marcus (Deer Valley High/Kentucky) Lee totaled 23 points plus six rebounds.
Micah (Lick-Wilmerding) Elan provided 14 points plus seven assists fro Pomona-Pitzer in the Sagehens’ 70-69 loss to Westmont College on Saturday. Teammate Daniel (Los Altos High) Rosenbaum contributed 13 points plus eight boards. Gerald (San Ramon Valley High) Karczewski’s 23 points aided the WC victory.
Corey (Half Moon Bay High) Cilia scored 20 points in the UC Santa Cruz 80-78 loss to host Redlands on Friday. He shot 4-8 from three-point range. On Saturday, Sam (Vacaville High) Gabbard led the Slugs to a 71-68 victory over Caltech with 21 points.
In Illinois State’s 65-58 win over Tulsa on Saturday, Phil (Franklin High/Western Nebraska College) Fayne scored 17 points and grabbed eight rebounds. » Read more articles about Phil Fayne.
“Shasta College’s Spaschak overcomes injuries with inner drive, faith”—Patrick Carr Excellent feature here!
In Rohnert Park on Friday, Cal State Dominguez Hills edged Sonoma State 64-62 behind 17 points from Mikey (Manteca High/Modesto JC) Hatfield. » Read more articles about Mikey Hatfield.
Aaron Gordon was unstoppable against Oklahoma City on Wednesday. as the Magic forward filled the stats sheet with 40 points, 15 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals. He shot 12-23 overall and 6-12 from three-point range.
The next Daily Dose edition will appear on Monday.
Las Positas College 83, Merced College 75 (CRC tourney) Nick (Freedom High) Evans led the victors with 27 points, Peter (St. Francis High) Hewitt posted a 17 point, 12 board double-double and Anand (Manteca High) Hundal contributed 14 and 11. full box Chabot College 73, Napa Valley College 64 (CRC tourney) Jorden (James Logan High) Gilmete led Chabot with Read More…