St. John’s has extended an offer to Bryce Monroe. The 5-foot-11 2020 prospect attends Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep. he scored 29 on Tuesday in a 78-72 victory over SI. USF and Cal Poly have also offered. » Read more articles about Bryce Monroe. » Read more in-depth analysis of the basketball recruiting process in my `Recruiting Read More…
“Rival Views: Which rule change will have a bigger impact?”—Eric Bossi & Corey Evans » Read more in-depth analysis of the basketball recruiting process in my `Recruiting is a Seriously Funny Business’ cornerstone article.
“CCS Boys Basketball Playoff Projections”—Ethan Kassel
“Menlo boys winning basketball streak continues to 11” » Read more articles about Joe Foley.
“Montgomery makes a statement in rout of Newman”—Harold Abend
“Clayton Valley capsizes College Park”—Scott Giorgianni » Read more articles about Nick Klarman.
“Athlete of the Week: Half Moon Bay’s Ethan Menzies”—Terry Bernal
“Chico State forward Isaiah Ellis followed up one season-high scoring total with another to claim the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Player of the Week award for Jan. 22-28. The Antelope High School product hit 15-of-25 shots, including 4-of-9 from beyond the arc, and 16-of-21 free throws, to average 25 points per game as the Read More…
John Devine: “College Athlete of the Week: Deshawnte Collins, MPC men’s basketball: Recorded a double-double with 22 points and 14 boards against San Jose, and had 20 points and eight rebounds in a win over Hartnell.” » Read more articles about Deshawnte Collins.
It was a night to be a visitor and not a host: Santa Rosa Junior College 83, host Sacramento City College 73 For SRJC which won each half by five points, Skylar (Drake High) Chavez again led with 22 points, Jordan (North Monterey County High) Graves was next with 17 and Beau (Terra Linda High) Keeve Read More…
“Mitty ends Bellarmine’s WCAL win streak at 24”—Ethan Kassel “Mitty ends Bellarmine’s league win streak”—Darren Sabedra The score was 36-19 at the half. Bellarmine now stands at 8-1 with St. Francis at 7-2 but the Bells have a win over the Lancers.
This quotation was posted on Twitter in mid-January and provided grist for the mental mill: NorCal Star: “Funny, we rank #JamesAkinjo #2 in NOR✯CAL, one of the first services regionally or nationally to recognize him as a high major prospect. Yet now we’re “haters” because we won’t sign off on him as a McDonald’s AA. Read More…
Marlon Sierra: “Beyond blessed to receive my first offer from the University of Sacramento State. Words can’t describe how I feel, just want to thank God because he has a plan, I’m not even supposed so be here but… here I am. I know my brother @Gods_Gift_2017_ is proud of me!!” He’s 6-foot-6, 225 and Read More…
“Cal to Get Five-Star Official Visit – Cal will get an official visit next weekend from five-star Jordan Brown”—Ryan Gorcey » Read more articles about Jordan Brown. » Read more in-depth analysis of the basketball recruiting process in my `Recruiting is a Seriously Funny Business’ cornerstone article.
“A Teenager’s Basketball Dream Is Size XXXXXL”—Zach Schonbrun
“SAN FRANCISCO STAYS AT THE TOP OF WEEK 13 RANKINGS”
6-foot-4 UC Santa Cruz senior Sam (Vacaville High) Gabbard is averaging 16.9 points plus 9.8 rebounds in 29 minutes per game for the Slugs thus far this season. He is shooting 49%, 61% and 63% respectively. » Read more articles about Sam Gabbard. 5-foot-10 senior Corey (Half Moon Bay High) Cilia is bringing 9.6 points a Read More…
“‘It’s more fun … to be down’: Antelope boys basketball team proves it can rally”—Joe Davidson
“Boys Prep of the Week: San Domenico’s Nik Axelsen“—Danny Schmidt
In 23 games thus far this season and in just under 25 minutes per game, sophomore Jordan (Folsom High) Ford of St. Mary’s is averaging 9.3 points while shooting 48%, 43% and 73% respectively. » Read more articles about Jordan Ford.
It was UC Merced by two, 73-71, over Cal Maritime on Saturday as sophomore guard Cole (Kennedy High) Taira led with 21 points. For the Keelhaulers, freshman Zavier (Rodriguez High) Lucero led with 22 points (8-12, 4-5, 2-3 shooting) plus nine boards, four assists, three blocks and a pair od steals.
“’Dogs defeat Pack 73-71 in OT”—Bob Brownne
“Prolific Prep cruises to two easy wins in Crush in the Valley showcase”—Kirk Kirkpatrick
“Review: In ‘Shot in the Dark,’ Two Things Are Unforgiving: Life and Basketball”—Ken Jaworowski
“How the Warriors became the wokest team in pro sports – It’s a combination of all that winning, Oakland’s place in the black power movement and these unusual times”—Lonnae O’Neal & Marc J. Spears Thank you to O’Neal and Spears for digging into this.