This upcoming season is the year of the sub-6′ point guard. Iona’s Schadrac Casimir is a celebrated member of that group.
It is not by accident that the Manhattan-Iona matchup keeps getting on TV.
As I showed last week, RPM projections aren’t perfect for the MAAC. Historically the model I’ve constructed has only been able to explain about 47% of a team’s rating. Still, 47% is better than nothing. Also, this will give us a chance to dive into some of the places where the system is weak.
This season every MAAC roster except for Marist will have at least one transfer. Here are five who are set to have an impact on their teams this coming season.
When Iona head coach Tim Cluess takes to the floor for the Gaels first game in November, one notable presence will be missing.
It appears that Kelvin Amayo may have to wait even longer for his presence to be felt on the Iona roster.
Earlier this month, Gotham Hoops hosted the inaugural Gotham Hoops Invitational at Farmingdale State College. The event was a showcase for over two dozen Men’s College Basketball seniors in the Tri-State area. Participants included a diverse array of players from local Division I, II, and III schools. The players were separated into four teams and […]
Using a similar methodology to how I figured out just how much Penn underperformed last season I went ahead and built predictor models for specific conferences using returning possession minutes (RPM) data.
Well, the NIT bracket is set! Now it is time to actually play the game. Predicting the NIT can be hazardous for all sorts of reasons, but it’s still fun. I gave it a shot. And you should too.
Well today is the end of the journey for bracketology. The bracketologists who project the NCAA tournament and the few of us that toil away with the NIT will learn the answers to the test in a few hours. This is my final shot at NIT bracketology for 2014.