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  1. 7’ 1” USC prospect John Butler tweeted he’ll announce his commitment this Wednesday. His top six choices are USC, Alabama, Georgia Tech, Florida State, Vanderbilt and Wake Forest. He’s ranked as #2 in the state for his class.
  2. In the last 48hrs -coach just tweeted about 2 Class of 21 WBB commitments. Obviously she cant see who they are and nobody seems to know who these blessings are... Any fact based iseas?
  3. In a very unexpected move today, Notre Dame's Hall of Fame women's basketball head coach Muffet McGraw announced her retirement from coaching. Assistant Coach Niele Ivey is expected to replace McGraw as head coach. McGraw was one of the "Golden Era" head coaches of women's collegiate basketball, along with Pat Summitt, Tara VanDerveer, Leon Barmore, Vivian Stringer, and Geno Auriemma. McGraw led the Fighting Irish to two NCAA National Championships in 2001 and 2018, five runner-up finishes, and two other Final Four appearances. She had a career 936-292 record as head coach, stopping just shy of becoming only the 7th coach all time in women's collegiate basketball, to record 1,000 career wins. This past season, Notre Dame experienced an unusual season of struggle, finishing only 13-18 and assured of missing the NCAAT for the first time since the 1994-95 season - a run of 24 seasons - after reaching the championship game against Baylor the season before. A perfect storm of multiple graduations of top players from the season before, as well as a couple of transfers and a couple of injuries left the roster very thin and inexperienced. McGraw's frustrations and emotions got the best of her during post-game pressers, which told how stressful the season was on her. But the Irish was expected to rebound next season, with several talented players returning from last season, as well as a strong incoming 2020 class that featured four 5*-rated prospects. But McGraw decided to hang it up....
  4. Could Jordan Bruner be coming back to South Carolina? https://www.thestate.com/sports/college/university-of-south-carolina/usc-mens-basketball/article241354901.html
  5. What's your line-up? This is what I'm thinking is what I ideally will want to happen... PG 1. Destanni Henderson 2. Eniya Russell -or- Zia Cooke SG 1. Zia Cooke 2. Destiny Littleton SF 1. Brea Beal 2. Lele Grissett PF 1. Laeticia Amihere 2. Lele Grissett -or- Victaria Saxton C 1. Aliya Boston 2. Victaria Saxton I think the biggest battle is going to be at the 4. I think ideally we would like for Amihere to step up because she is an athletic specimen and can shoot away from the basket. At times she looked great but at other times she looked lost and out-of-sync with the rest of the players on the court. I'm not convinced she will start come gameday. I could see Lele becoming the surprise starter of the season if she works on her offense in the off-season. Ideally we would like Saxton at the 5 but I expect her to spend a lot of time at the 4 spot in addition to her duties backing up Boston. Overall we have potential stars at all five positions but there are some questions about the backups -- specifically PG. We need Destanni to step up and seamlessly replace Ty while her backups get comfortable. I think our "peak" will rely on her production. I think this team is possibly elite 8 worthy as they currently stand. It will be their progress in the off-season that will determine if they go any further.
  6. So...let's say the NCAA tournament is cancelled. How would a champion be awarded? I have a feeling they would default to the #1 team in the polls. Thoughts?
  7. #1/1 SOUTH CAROLINA (27-1) AT. FLORIDA (15-12) 6 P.M. | GAINESVILLE, FLA. | EXACTECH ARENA (10,151) ABOUT THIS GAME The Gamecocks are looking for their 12th-straight win over Florida, which would even the series as the Gators hold a 20-19 advantage entering the game. A win tonight would stretch the Gamecocks' win streak to 22, which would tie to the 2015-16 team for the longest in program history. Mikiah Herbert Harrigan needs one block to become just the third Gamecock all-time to record 200 career blocks. Tyasha Harris is seven assists away from joining the SEC's all-time top 10 in career assists. GAMECOCK NOTABLES South Carolina's offense has been explosive, ranking eighth in the country at 81.9 points per game, and versatile with eight Gamecocks leading or tying for the team lead in scoring at least once this season. While the foundation is built on points in the paint, where South Carolina out-scores opponents 41.4 to 24.6 points per game, the Gamecocks can win from outside shooting as well as they are 17-0 when hitting at least five 3s in a game and 10-1 when scoring fewer than five. The Gamecock defense has been reliably stalwart throughout the season. Just seven games have seen an opponent score 60 or more points, and only two teams have scored more points than their season average entering the game. Averaging a double-double vs. the SEC and ranked teams, Aliyah Boston is having one of the best freshman seasons in program history as she is ahead of the pace marked by the program's last two SEC Freshman of the Year winners – Alaina Coates (2014) and A'ja Wilson (2015). Boston's six double-doubles in SEC games and 11 on the season are both program freshman records. Her 12.9 points per game are just below Wilson's 13.1. Her rebounding average (9.1), blocks per game (2.8) and field goal percentage (.616) are all better than Coates and Wilson in their freshman seasons. Junior guard LeLe Grissett has used her experience to be a spark off the bench in the waning weeks of the regular season. Over the last four games, she has poured in 9.8 points on 77.3 percent shooting (17-of-22) and seven of her 12 rebounds came on the offensive end. Senior Mikiah Herbert Harrigan has been locked in on rebounding in February, averaging 6.8 rebounds per game this month, including four games against ranked opponents, after closing January with a 5.3 rebound average. BY THE NUMBERS 4 Zia Cooke's four 20-point games against SEC opponents are more than any other Gamecock freshman all-time. 10 South Carolina has 10 wins against nationally ranked opponents this season, more than any other team in the country. +11.8 The Gamecocks have out-scored their opponents in the first quarter by an average of 11.8 points this season (12.6 points in SEC games). 12 South Carolina's guards have matched or out-scored its forwards in the paint 12 times this season. 23.6 In her 20th season as a head coach, Dawn Staley averages 23.6 wins per season. That average rises to 25.0 in her 12 seasons at South Carolina. 31.8 South Carolina's bench has accounted for 31.8 percent of its total offense vs. SEC teams – 26.6 points per game. Four Gamecocks average at least 5.0 off the bench.
  8. https://www.si.com/college/2020/02/13/south-carolina-basketball-ncaa-lamont-evans https://www.thestate.com/sports/college/university-of-south-carolina/usc-mens-basketball/article240282871.html Not sure why this took so long for the NCAA to make their response. South Carolina was one of the first programs targeted by the FBI during their 2017 investigation, and cooperated fully with their investigators turning over all documentation they had. Thus, South Carolina was one of the first programs targeted by the FBI to be cleared by the FBI of any legal wrongdoing, and removed from their purview of investigations. But this is not the FBI, it is the NCAA, and they will be looking for scapegoats and examples for their lackluster responses against other elite revenue-generating MBB programs in the past that have actually cheated, such as UNC, Arizona, Louisville, and Kansas. We'll see how this plays out, I guess........
  9. FEBRUARY 11, 2020 by MICHAEL MCKEE THEBIGSPUR.COM An In-Depth Look At The Gamecocks NCAA Tournament Chances With Just Eight Conference Games Remaining In what seems to be a February tradition for South Carolina men’s basketball, the Gamecocks find themselves fighting tooth and nail for a NCAA Tournament berth. As of today, Carolina’s NET Ranking is 76. In order to be a true bubble team, that ranking needs to be at 55 or better, which seems like a pretty long way to go for the Gamecocks, given their two Quad 4 losses to Boston and Stetson. The Gamecocks have a 3-5 record against Quad 1 teams, with wins over Kentucky, at Arkansas, and at Virginia. The Quad 1 losses that the Gamecocks have suffered were the games against Houston, Northern Iowa, Florida, at Tennessee, and at Auburn. In Quad 2, the Gamecocks’ lone win is at Clemson, with losses to Wichita State and at Ole Miss. Currently, the Gamecocks have a perfect 5-0 record against Quad 3 teams. As this regular season draws to a close with eight games remaining, each game for Carolina is of the utmost importance if they are going to earn an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament. In the remaining contests, Carolina has an opportunity for three Quad 1 wins (at Mississippi State, vs. LSU, and at Alabama) and two Quad 2 wins (at Georgia and vs. Mississippi State), with the remaining contests being Quad 3 games, except for the regular-season ending game against Vanderbilt in Nashville, which is the Gamecocks’ lone opportunity for a Quad 4 win remaining this season. After analyzing Carolina’s remaining schedule, the Gamecocks need to finish the rest of the regular season at a minimum of 6-2 with no more Quad 3 or 4 losses to become a bubble team. Finishing the regular season with a 20-11 (12-6 SEC) record would give Carolina a reasonable chance at the 4-seed in the SEC Tournament, securing a double-bye in Nashville. With 20 regular-season wins and a good showing (at least two wins) in the SEC Tournament, the Gamecocks’ ranking would move into the neighborhood of the top-50, which has seemingly been the magic number for Power Five teams since the NCAA moved to the NET rankings instead of the RPI. The next two weeks of games are huge for Carolina’s tournament chances, and anything worse than a record of 3-1 would put the nail in the coffin for their chances of an at-large bid. Beginning with Wednesday’s game against Georgia in Athens, every game remaining on the schedule has to be viewed as a must-win. Given the Gamecocks’ recent form, they can surely compete with every other team in the SEC, so a tournament berth is not impossible, although the losses to Boston and Stetson have left the margin for error razor thin for Frank Martin’s squad. Long story short, the Gamecocks have to keep winning and let the doubters and experts speak for themselv
  10. Gamecocks Women remain a solid #1 in the new AP poll Monday. Gamecocks received 26 of 30 1st place votes. Bylor, Oregon, Connecticut and Louisville follow.
  11. WBB GAMEDAY THREAD: 1/2 South Carolina vs Tennessee 02/02 at 1 P.M. | COLUMBIA, S.C. | COLONIAL LIFE ARENA WBB GAMEDAY THREAD: 1/2 South Carolina 22/22 Tennessee Story Links SOUTH CAROLINA GAME NOTES (PDF) WATCH: ESPN2 LISTEN: 107.5 THE GAME LIVE STATS MEDIA AVAILABILITY #1/2 SOUTH CAROLINA (20-1, 8-0 SEC) VS #22/22 TENNESSEE (17-4, 7-1 SEC) 1 P.M. | COLUMBIA, S.C. | COLONIAL LIFE ARENA (18,000) South Carolina Game Notes (PDF) | WATCH: ESPN2 | LISTEN: 107.5 FM The Game | Live Stats ABOUT THIS GAME While the Lady Vols hold a commanding lead in the all-time series (48-7), the Gamecocks are 5-3 against Tennessee in the last five seasons and 6-11 in the Staley era. South Carolina has won its last two games against the Lady Vols, including last season's 82-67 win in Knoxville. Today's game features the top two shot blocking teams in the country with the Gamecocks leading Tennessee 8.2-7.4 per game. In the individual battle, Tennessee's Tamari Key edges out Carolina's Aliyah Boston 2.9-2.7 per game to rank 11th and 17th in the nation, respectively. The first 350 fans will receive a puzzle of this season's team poster. PARKING/FAN INFORMATION Parking is available for $10 per vehicle in the Discovery Garage and the City Garage (located near Pendleton, Park and Lincoln Streets). (See parking map here (PDF)) FREE parking is available in the Pendleton Street Garage (corner of Pickens and Pendleton). The shuttle from that location, which departs and returns to Pickens Street, begins two hours before tipoff and runs until one hour after the game ends. (See campus and shuttle map here (PDF)) GAMECOCK NOTABLES South Carolina locked up its ninth-straight 20-win season with Thursday's victory at Ole Miss. It is the Gamecocks' quickest march to 20 wins since the 2015-16 team opened the season 22-0. South Carolina has dominated the rebounding game this season, ranked third in the nation in rebounding average (47.4) and in rebounding margin (+13.3). Their effort on the offensive glass – first in the nation in offensive rebounding rate (.452) – with the Gamecocks averaging 17.0 second-chance points on the season, including 18.2 in SEC games. After a tough outing against #9/9 Mississippi State, the Gamecock bench has thrived in the last two outings, averaging 41.0 points per game on 57.6 percent shooting. Three of the eight double-digit scorers in those games came off the bench. Sophomore Destanni Henderson led the charge with her 11.5 points per game as much as her 4.5 assists per outing in that stretch. Senior point guard Tyasha Harris, who is on every national player of the year watch list, is the only Gamecock to score in double figures in every SEC game this season (13.0 ppg) while handing out 5.5 assists per SEC game. Over the last five games, she led the team with 13.4 points and 5.4 assists per game. During that stretch, she shot 47.2 percent from the field, including 54.5 percent (6-of-11) from 3-point range. Freshman Aliyah Boston is one of four league players averaging a double-double in SEC action this season, joining a senior and two juniors in the standing. She is the only one of the four also ranked in blocks per league game. Thursday's leading scorer, Laeticia Amihere (16 pts) will miss today's game as she works toward making the Canadian National Team for the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Belgium, which runs Feb. 6-9. BY THE NUMBERS 4 South Carolinas four wins over RPI top-25 teams leads the country, as does its seven wins vs. top-50 RPI teams. 10.4 The Gamecocks have allowed just 10.4 points per first quarter in SEC games this season, including five games of single-digit first quarters. 28.2 Between her scoring and points scored off her assists, Tyasha Harris has her hands on 28.2 percent (23.7 ppg) of the Gamecocks' scoring. 29.5 South Carolina's list of offensive weapons goes beyond the starting lineup as the bench averages 29.5 points per SEC game – 33.2 percent of the offense. 44.5 Carolina averages 44.5 points in the paint in SEC games – 21.0 by the guards and 23.5 by the forwards. 60.3 Aliyah Boston has immediately scored (field goal or free throw) on 60.3 percent of her offensive rebounds in SEC games.
  12. WATCH MBB: Coach Frank Martin & selected players meet with the media January 27, 2020 Practically everyone connected to the basketball world, from coach to player to reporter, has been offering thoughts on the tragic deaths of Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others in that helicopter crash outside of Los Angeles Sunday. USC coach Frank Martin held his weekly press session Monday morning and, of course, was asked for his comments on that, plus what to look forward to as his team heads to Arkansas Wednesday night.
  13. Because of seeing the success of one of our early season opponents, UNI, I started doing a little more digging into the NET rankings of our opponents throughout the season. I'm now of the mind that Coach Frank Martin has been right all along in saying that OTHER than the head-scratcher (or in his words "absolute stinker") of a game vs. Stetson, we've really been playing at a high level all year long. We simply didn't realize the types of opponents we were facing at the time. For a bit more detail, here are the current NET Rankings (and records) of teams we have played in the 2019-20 season, with a "W" or "L" following the team name to identify whether we won the matchup or not: 1.) North Alabama (W) – NET 268 (6-11) 2.) Wyoming (W) – NET 297 (4-16) 3.) Cleveland State (W) – NET 304 (6-13) 4.) Boston University (L) – NET 177 (9-9) 5.) Gardner-Webb (W) – NET 268 (4-11) 6.) Wichita State (L) – NET 30 (16-3) 7.) UNI (L) – NET 35 (14-2) 8.) George Washington (W) – NET 198 (8-10) 9.) UMass (W) – NET 174 (7-11) 10.) Houston (L) – NET 36 (14-4) 11.) Clemson (W) – NET 76 (10-8) 12.) Virginia (W) – NET 66 (12-6) 13.) Stetson (L) – NET 310 (7-11) 14.) FLA (L) – NET 39 (12-6) 15.) TN (L) – NET 57 (12-6) 16.) KY (W) – NET 23 (14-4) 17.) TA&M (W) – NET 133 (9-8) Auburn (?) – currently NET 20 (12-2) headed into tonight's game. Of our losses, Stetson and Boston U are considered the “bad” losses. Note that currently Boston is ranked roughly where George Washington and UMass are (both W’s for us), and more or less mid-ranged rankings in the NET. In other words, I don’t see the Boston University loss hurting us a great deal. Stetson, on the other hand is a TERRIBLE loss, no matter how you look at it. They’re 310 in the NET (out of 353) But here’s the GOOD news… UNI, who seemed a bit of a head-scratcher earlier in the season is sitting at #35, and holds a 14-2 record. They’ve also gotten a few other quality wins and ALMOST knocked off W. Va., with a questionable call keeping them away from that win near the end of the game. Wichita State also has a quality record, and sits at #30 in the NET rankings this week. Of our 7 losses, 4 are against teams ranked between 39 and 30 in the NET (Wichita State, UNI, Houston, and Florida). We have one loss against a top 60 NET ranked team (TN). That means that we have lost to 5 of 7 teams that are currently HIGHLY ranked in the NET, and who all have records of at least 12 wins and no more than 6 losses. Honestly, the more I look at things, as long as we take care of business in the SEC and get to 12 conference wins, and those wins include Auburn, ‘Bama, and Tennessee, I anticipate that our record and our wins against quality opponents warrant that we get into the NCAAs. I'm interested to hear everyone's thoughts on this information, and get some feedback about my thoughts on the remainder of the season/NCAA opportunity for us.
  14. Frank Martin responds to fan frustration Jan. 13, 2020 It’s been a long few weeks for South Carolina basketball. The Gamecocks, after beating Virginia, have lost their last three games, including the first two to start conference play, and are still looking for some answers with 17 regular season games left. As they prepare to host No. 10 Kentucky Wednesday, there’s mounting frustration from the fan base that Frank Martin isn’t worried about. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE GAMECOCKCENTRAL
  15. Gamecocks basketball coach Frank Martin joins SportsTalk Friday night (AUDIO) Dec. 28, 2019, | sportstalk Frank Martin knew he was doing an interview on SportsTalk Friday night right in the middle of bowl season. And he was ready. With his Gamecocks coming off consecutive road wins over Clemson and Virginia and sitting at 8-4, Martin jokingly pointed out his team was bowl eligible for a sixth straight year. Getting attention for his team during football season has always been a battle Martin is willing to fight. He’s hoping Gamecock fans, with no football of their own to follow, will turn their full attention to his improving team as they play their final non-SEC game Monday afternoon at home against Stetson, then their SEC opener January 7th at home against Florida. Frank Martin on SportsTalk
  16. Martin has program legend English in his corner Dec. 07, 2019 Before the likes of BJ McKie or Sindarius Thornwell, the player synonymous with South Carolina basketball was – and in the minds of many still is – Alex English. The 6-7 forward from Columbia who played for South Carolina from 1972-76 and was a two-time All-American went on to have an illustrious 14-year NBA career and currently ranks No. 19 in league history with 25,613 career points. He was the 1983 scoring champion and an 8-time NBA All-Star. His No. 22 is retired at South Carolina and No. 2 is retired by the Denver Nuggets. (VIEW ARTICLE) Free 247sports
  17. Men's Basketball 11/29/2019 VIDEO: Men's Basketball Media Availability - 11/29/19 Head Coach Frank Martin met with the media Friday morning Poor free throw shooting and youth plague the Gamecocks and when will the Gamecocks see Bryant on the court The Gamecocks missed nine FTs (12 of 21) in an eight-point loss to Boston University on Nov. 19. They missed six in Wednesday’s six-point loss to Northern Iowa in Cancun, Mexico. Frank Martin said the struggles are more mental than physical, using freshman forward Jalyn McCreary (three of 16, 19%) as an example. “With him it’s just a mental wreck,” the Gamecock coach said Friday. “That’s what happens when you have guys who are just OK free throw shooters and they start missing in games early in their career. Then they kind of just don’t want to go to the line. “I don’t know if you remember PJ Dozier, his freshman year, he did not want to shoot free throws because it got to a place mentally where he was not comfortable at the line. And he’d shoot them at practice, but when the game started, he’d get to a place and it happens. It’s part of their growth as players.” Dozier was a 54.4% free throw shooter as a freshman in 2015-16. That would rank eighth on this team, but ahead of starters/rotation players Alanzo Frink (50), Maik Kotsar (44.4), T.J. Moss (33.3) and McCreary. “There’s other guys missing free throws that need to be making them,” Martin said. Missing is one thing, not getting enough attempts is another. Opponents have taken more free throws in five of seven games this season. That happened just 14 times in 32 games last season when the Gamecocks could dump inside to Chris Silva. “We have to shoot more,” Martin said. “You can’t win high level games and you’re getting out-shot 24-11 at the foul line (see Northern Iowa game). You have to get to the foul line. And we have to do a better job of getting our guards to get free throws and they have to do a better job when they’re in the game of being more aggressive as far as attacking the paint.” South Carolina (4-3) next hosts George Washington (3-4) on Sunday. WHEN IS KEYSHAWN BRYANT COMING BACK? It won’t be Sunday, but Keyshawn Bryant could be make his 2019-20 season debut some point soon. The Gamecocks play at UMass on Wednesday. “I’m optimistic that he’s going to do some stuff (Saturday) and then we’re going to start revving him up pretty good on Monday and Tuesday and see where we go from there.,” Martin said. Bryant, the fourth-leading scorer on last year’s team, had knee surgery in early November.
  18. Talking Gamecock Basketball "Defense wins Championships" Nov. 12, 2019 When the Gamecocks allowed just 31 points to Maryland on Jan. 9, 1971, it wasn’t necessarily because of what the Gamecocks did defensively. Then it was more about the Terrapins and their offensive approach. The word back then “Stall-ball,” Kevin Joyce said it best. Bob Carver added “Maryland really didn’t play with us. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  19. Gamecocks Host Columbia International In Exhibition Wednesday Men's Basketball | 10/29/2019 COLUMBIA, S.C. - The South Carolina men's basketball team will host Columbia International on Wednesday night in an exhibition contest at Colonial Life Arena. Tip time for the free admission matchup is set for 7 p.m. There will not be an audio or video stream of Wednesday's exhibition contest. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  20. Gamecocks Defeat CIU, 87-50, in Exhibition Contest 10/30/2019 | Men's Basketball | Box Score COLUMBIA, S.C. -- South Carolina defeated Columbia International, 87-50, in an exhibition contest Wednesday night at Colonial Life Arena. Sophomore guard AJ Lawson led all scorers with 23 points and was one of four Gamecocks in double figures. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  21. Martin gives early impression of his defense Oct. 22, 2019 If there are two things to know about South Carolina men’s basketball coach Frank Martin when it comes to style of play, it’s that he wants to play fast on offense and tough on defense. Take nothing away from his offensive desires, but opposing teams typically leave the court worn down from the way the Gamecocks play on the defensive end of the court. It’s what those on the outside know Martin and his program for, and something he expects to see from his team game in and game out. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  22. Lawson Named To Jerry West Award Watch List 10/15/2019 | Men's Basketball COLUMBIA, S.C. - South Carolina sophomore guard A.J. Lawson has been named one of 20 watch list members for the 2020 Jerry West Shooting Guard of the Year. It was announced on Tuesday by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. A national committee of top college basketball personnel determined the watch list of 20 candidates. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  23. Frank Martin feels the Gamecocks made strides to close out the summer August 31, 2019 Scott Greenawalt has been connected to Frank Martin for close to two decades. He’s worked on strength staffs at Cincinnati, Kansas State and South Carolina. He’s also a former college linebacker who still looks like he could make 10 tackles any given Saturday. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  24. PJ Dozier has reportedly signed a one-year deal with the Denver Nuggets. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski broke the story Monday night August 12, 2019

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