Assist Trends of NEC Point Guards

NEC fans might not realize it, but they’re quite spoiled this season. The league features some of the best point guard play in the entire nation. Jason Brickman leads the nation in assists at 10.0 per game, but other players like Julian Norfleet, Brent Jones and Sidney Sanders, Jr. aren’t too shabby either. The four […]

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Niagara’s Antoine Mason Changing the Game by Getting to the Line

Junior Antoine Mason is no longer known just for his strong basketball lineage. He has been making national headlines by leading the country with 26.6 points per game.

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NYC Area Power Poll: Feb. 5

There’s a new team atop the Power Poll this week. St. John’s has officially claimed the top spot.

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Hartford Unsure if Mark Nwakamma will play Saturday

Hartford head coach John Gallagher said on Tuesday that he is not sure if junior Mark Nwakamma and sophomore Evan Cooper will play against Albany when they resume America East play on Saturday.

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Tempo-Free MAAC: The Broncs Lock In

Due to the fact that almost nothing has changed from last week’s rankings I wanted to highlight a few specific teams and their play on certain sides of the ball.

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Mike Brennan’s Defense a Major Reason For American’s Success

When you bring up American University basketball these days, most people want to talk about the Princeton offense. They prefer to discuss the offensive system that’s been responsible for American’s pristine ball movement, crisp backdoor cuts, and near flawless execution.

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Big Apple Buckets Weekly Awards: Feb. 3

Intra-city rivalries took center stage this week. The NEC was quite circular – St. Francis beat Wagner, Wagner beat LIU Brooklyn, while Iona grabbed the upper hand in its rivalry against Manhattan. It’s another team from the Big East though that had turned things around and wins our team of the week.

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Tempo-Free NEC: Halfway Through

We’re halfway through the NEC regular season and if you’ve been paying attention to our weekly updates to the tempo-free NEC you know that even though Robert Morris is 7-1, we’ve not quite sold on the Colonials yet. RMU does have two victories over their nearest competitor – Bryant – but this race isn’t over […]

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NIT Bracketology: Feb. 3

The phoenix you see rising from the ashes is the NIT hopes of the Northwestern Wildcats. Some of you may know that the reason I started doing NIT Bracketology was because as a Northwestern graduate I wanted a good understanding if my alma mater was going to make it into the one tournament they had […]

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Three Thoughts on Sacred Heart’s Struggles

This past August was only six months ago, but to Anthony Latina and his Sacred Heart Pioneers, last summer must feel like an eternity right about now. On August 21st, the new-look Pioneers had just completed a successful international trip to Canada where they ran, scored and executed an exciting new brand of basketball. It […]

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