Neal Begovich: “I am proud to announce my commitment to STANFORD UNIVERSITY

Begovich is a 6-foot-9 2019 prospect attending St. Ignatius. Verbal Commits has him listed as a walk-on.


“BROOKLYN NETS SIGN DREW GORDON

More: “…After signing an Exhibit 10 contract, Gordon could eventually earn a two-way deal with the Nets (allowing him to split time between Brooklyn and the team’s G League affiliate, the Long Island Nets)…”


“PHILADELPHIA 76ERS SIGN CORY JEFFERSON AND DARIN JOHNSON

“…Johnson, a 6-foot-7 guard, was chosen by the Blue Coats with the No. 12 overall pick in the 2017 NBA G League Draft and last season appeared in 44 games (eight starts) with Delaware last season. In 17.2 minutes per contest, he held averages of 6.5 points and 1.9 rebounds.

Beginning his collegiate career at Washington, Johnson eventually transferred to California State University, Northridge. As a redshirt junior in 2016-17, he averaged 13.8 points, 3.7 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game…”


Simon Enciso. He was Rain Or Shine’s second round pick in the 2015 PBA draft, 17th overall as Glenn Khobuntin, Josan Nimes, Almond Vosotros and Brad Guinto were chosen ahead. Enciso, 27, was born in San Francisco and played at Notre Dame de Namur, a private Catholic university in the Bay Area. He earned a kinesiology degree at Notre Dame where former PBA player Nic Belasco also went to school.

The 5-11 Enciso was traded by Rain Or Shine to NLEX outright and in his first two seasons, suited up for three squads, shifting from the Road Warriors to Phoenix to Alaska. As a rookie, he averaged 7.3 points and 24.6 minutes in 37 games, 13 with Phoenix. Enciso never got a start at NLEX but had nine with the Fuel Masters. Last season, he played 13 games with Phoenix then was traded to the Aces for R. J. Jazul. Enciso wound up averaging 8.4 points and 27 minutes in 36 total games.

In the Philippine Cup this season, Enciso averaged 7.4 points and shot 34.5 percent from the three-point distance. In the Commissioner’s Cup, he also averaged 7.4 points but his marksmanship from beyond the arc fell to 25.4 percent. In the Governors Cup, Enciso is enjoying a breakout conference, averaging 16.3 points and 30.3 minutes with five starts in six games. He’s also hitting a lofty 49.1 percent from three-point range. Against TNT, he exploded for 30 points, including 9-of-12 triples. Against San Miguel Beer, Enciso fired 18 points and had seven dimes. Once destined to be a role player, Enciso has matured to become a major piece in coach Alex Compton’s system.”

Enciso also played at Skyline College and Terra Nova High.


“…The latest Iowa State player to go down is starting center Solomon Young, as the junior is out indefinitely with a groin strain. The 6-foot-8 Young has been a key cog on the interior for the Cyclones the past two seasons as he put up 7.2 points and 5.9 rebounds per game as a sophomore last season…


Gladiator Basketball: “Excited to announce the commitment of Patrick Pancho 6”2 G/F from San Lorenzo HS. As a 2017-2018 senior Patrick averaged 15 points and 8 rebounds a game. Patrick was the 2016-2017 West Alameda County League player of the year.”

Another addition to Chabot College hoops.


“NBA Scouts Unfiltered on all 30 Teams”

Excellent information here.


Bellevue University in Nebraska is an NAIA program loaded with talent from northern California:

  • Richard Reed, guard, American River College, Laguna Creek High
  • Stephen Matthews, guard, Cal State Monterey Bay, Sacramento High
  • Jaron Dickson, guard, Modesto JC, Central Valley High
  • Tynan Velasquez, guard, Cabrillo College
  • Jemeil King, guard, Modesto JC
  • Matt Blaney, guard, Foothill College
  • redshirt Josiah De La Cerda, forward, Clovis West High
  • redshirt Amenofis Mitchell, forward, Cabrillo College
  • redshirt Andrew Parker, Bullard High

Fresno City College Men’s Basketball welcomes you to our annual basketball clinic, hosted by men’s basketball head coach Ed Madec. This year’s clinic is scheduled for October 20, 2018. This year’s emphasis will be professional team building and “next level” player development. Spend an afternoon with a program that’s won a national record 17 consecutive conference titles (and counting).

Tentative Schedule:

  • Event registration begins promptly at 11:30 AM
  • On the Court Instruction:12-1:45 PM
  • Weight Room: 1:45-2:30 PM
  • Lunch w/ Q&A Session: 2:30-late afternoon

Price is $40/coach ($35/additional staff member $20/individual player) if check received by October 12th.

$45/coach after and $50/coach at the door.

Make checks payable to:

Fresno City College Men’s Basketball
c/o Ed Madec
1101 E University Ave
Fresno, CA 93741

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact:

Nicholas Podesta
Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach
(559) 443-8535
nicholas.podesta@fresnocitycollege.edu

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Verbal Commits: “2019 Prolific Prep (CA) F Kuany Kuany has received an offer from Nevada.”

Kuany is 6-foot-10, 200 and recently took an unofficial visit to Reno. Kansas State has also offered.


Adrian Wojnarowski: “Portland has waived Gary Payton II, Cameron Oliver and Chinanu Onuaku, league sources tell ESPN.”
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