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  1. Observations from the Gamecock basketball practice Oct. 07, 2019 Frank Martin and the Gamecocks men’s basketball team opened the Carolina Coliseum on Monday and allowed local media members to view 45 minutes of practice. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  2. The man who could fill the shoes of Silva Oct. 05, 2019 Chris Silva not only led South Carolina in blocked shots each of the last three seasons, he did it without serious competition. He had 36 more swats than any Gamecock last year, 28 more than his closest competitor the year before and 21 more than any one in 2016-17. “A one-man blocking crew,” said Gamecock coach Frank Martin. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  3. Men's Basketball 10/2/2019 VIDEO: Frank Martin Preseason News Conference USC basketball coach Frank Martin held his pre-season press conference Wednesday afternoon and two days into camp he couldn’t feel better about his team. Martin believes despite the departure of standout Chris Silva, this year’s team will be more physical across the board and do a better job of rebounding and rim protection. Offensively, he expects to play as fast, if not faster, than last year’s team which, he said according to the stats, was the fastest in the SEC.
  4. National writer projects Gamecock basketball to make NCAA Tournament Sept. 16, 2019 Coming out of SEC media day last October, Andy Katz, after being around Frank Martin, made a bold prediction. The NCAA.com college basketball writer had South Carolina making some form of the postseason. The Gamecocks, in Katz’s mind, were going to exceed expectations placed on them by the preseason SEC poll. “I’m not always easily swayed,” Katz posted Oct. 17, 2018, “but when you spend time with Frank Martin and look at the roster, you’ll see that the Gamecocks should not have been predicted to finish 11th. I could see South Carolina finishing higher. Four starters are back. And Chris Silva is a conference player of the year possibility. There is no way Martin is finishing out of the postseason. Don’t see it at all.”
  5. Looking at the Gamecocks starting lineup as Men's basketball practice begins Sept. 30, 2019 Gamecocks on Monday began its first official basketball practice for the 2019-20 season. It came with a Gamecock-produced hype video that included shots of A.J. Lawson’s dunk against Ole Miss, Keyshawn Bryant slams one inside Colonial Life Arena. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  6. 15 Gamecock Games Set for National Television 10/2/2019, | From USC Sports Information COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina women's basketball fans can watch their Gamecocks play on national television at least 15 times in 2019-20, the SEC office announced today. The Gamecocks will be featured as many as six times on the ESPN family of networks (ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU) with another nine games airing on SEC Network. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  7. Gamecocks Announce Oct. 30 Exhibition With Columbia International 9/27/2019 | Men's Basketball COLUMBIA, S.C. - South Carolina men's basketball will host Columbia International University in a free admission exhibition contest on Oct. 30, at Colonial Life Arena. Tip time for the matchup is set for 7 p.m. ET. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  8. 9-24 Frank Martin Gamecock MBB Head Coach on 107.5 THE GAME
  9. Gamecocks Unveil 2019-20 Non-Conference Schedule 8/20/2019 | Men's Basketball | COLUMBIA, S.C. - South Carolina head men's basketball coach Frank Martin announced on Tuesday his team's non-conference schedule for the upcoming 2019-20 campaign. Carolina embarks on a 13-game pre-conference slate, which includes eight home contests, participation in the Cancun Challenge in late November, and road contests at UMass, Clemson and at defending national champion, Virginia in December. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  10. Gamecocks Release Women’s Hoops 2019-20 Schedule Sept. 04, 2019 COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina women's basketball head coach Dawn Staley released her team's 2019-20 schedule, which includes 15 regular-season home games and 13 games against 2019 NCAA Tournament teams, including reigning National Champion Baylor. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  11. Gamecock basketball reveals new uniform August 19, 2019 South Carolina basketball will look slightly different this upcoming season. The Gamecocks, via social media, have released their new uniforms, showing subtle changes. This officially retires the old threads that Frank Martin’s program wore from 2016-19, including the 2017 Final Four run.
  12. The 2019/2020 Gamecocks basketball schedule, what does it hold for the Gamecocks? August 23, 2019 South Carolina coach Frank Martin felt, going in, the Gamecocks last season were facing their toughest schedule since he became coach in 2012. What happened next was Michigan started 17-0, Auburn made the Final Four and Virginia won the national title. These Gamecock opponents were among the highlights for a slate that, according to KenPom.com, made USC’s the country’s 29th most difficult schedule. Only the 2016-17 season, No. 24 in KenPom’s final schedule rankings, was more challenging for a Martin-coached Carolina team. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  13. Martin Joins Naismith Coaches Circle Martin Joins Naismith Coaches Circle 8/7/2019 | Men's Basketball | GCF Staff Report COLUMBIA, S.C. - South Carolina head coach Frank Martin has joined the Naismith Coaches Circle, which will be unveiled in a ceremony during the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame... (VIEW ARTICLE)
  14. I think this team will really shock a ton of people. I mean 12th out of 14th is just absurd and makes me think he did little to no actual research. We've finished top 4 in the SEC 3 out of the last 4 years, have a potential lottery pick and top player in the SEC leading the way, and one of the best X's and O's coaches in the country. Would love for some of these guys to actually go in depth on why they think SC will be exponentially worse than last year.
  15. What to watch in SC Pro-Am as Frank Martin’s ‘most talented team’ debuts July 20, 2019 Frank Martin’s bold statement of the offseason has now been repeated. The South Carolina basketball coach told NCAA.com’s Andy Katz last week that his next Gamecocks bunch is “the most talented team we’ve had since I’ve been here.” It echoed what he told local media members during a June 19 news conference at Colonial Life Arena. “I think we have a lot of talented pieces,” Martin said then. “I think top to bottom, one through 14, 15, if you include the walk-ons, it’s as talented a team as I’ve been a part of. As people, work ethic, talent level, experience, when you put it all together.” (VIEW ARTICLE) THE STATE
  16. USC’s Jermaine Couisnard debuts — and scores 40 points in the South Carolina Pro-Am July 22, 2019 Jermaine Couisnard downplayed any extra motivation. He sat for a full season, only appearing to South Carolina fans on gamedays as a street-clothed cheerleader on the end of the bench, but he claimed Sunday he wasn’t trying to make any big splash with his first chance to represent the Gamecocks on a public stage. “I was just trying to get in the flow of the game,” Couisnard said after scoring 40 points in the South Carolina Pro-Am. “I wasn’t worried about the people.” The debut was 18 months in the making. Couisnard, a three-star prospect from outside Chicago, committed to USC in January 2018. An eligibility issue related to a test score held him out for the 2018-19 season. The likes of Carolina coach Frank Martin and Duke standout R.J. Barrett — “He wants to win so bad,” Barrett said of his former high school teammate — talked him up, but there was little footage to confirm Couisnard’s ability.
  17. Little Gamecocks Camp Media Availability July 16, 2019 COLUMBIA, S.C. — Head Men's Basketball Coach Frank Martin, redshirt freshman T.J. Moss and camp director Dushawn Davis spoke with the media Tuesday afternoon about the Little Gamecocks Camp Frank Martin Media Availability - 7/16/19 T.J. Moss Media Availability - 7/16/19 Dushawn Davis Media Availability - 7/16/19
  18. Bolden ready to play after beneficial ineligible season July 13, 2019 It was hard to experience not entering a game for an entire season, but South Carolina guard Jair Bolden has no doubt in his mind that sitting out due to his transfer from George Washington helped him as a basketball player. Ineligible due to the NCAA rule of transferring from one division one program to another, Bolden was limited to just being a practice player for the 2018-19 season. However, he excelled in the role according to his head coach Frank Martin and teammates. Now preparing for a season in which he can step on the court at Colonial Life Arena, the redshirt junior know he’ll benefit from his year of playing behind the scenes. (VIEW FULL ARTICLE) FREE 247SPORTS
  19. Gamecocks Set To Host Houston In December 7/9/2019 | Men's Basketball | GCF Staff Report | From USC Sports Information COLUMBIA, S.C. - The Southeastern Conference released today information on the newly formed scheduling alliance that has been created with The American Conference, and it was announced that South Carolina will host Houston on Dec. 8, at Colonial Life Arena in non-conference action. The meeting will be the sixth all-time between the two schools and the first since the 1990-91 season. (READ MORE) Gamecocks Set To Hold Sixth Annual 8K Campaign 7/9/2019 | Men's Basketball | GCF Staff Report | From USC Sports Information COLUMBIA, S.C. - The South Carolina men's basketball team will hold its sixth annual 8K Campaign, beginning with community outreach events this week in Columbia. The campaign is aimed at reaching 8,000 fans in the greater Columbia community with outreach events during the summer months. During this year's campaign, the Gamecocks will visit the Dorn VA Medical Center and the Ronald McDonald House, while also helping with a Habitat for Humanity project. Carolina will spend time at the YMCA, as well as with the City of Columbia Parks and Recreation Department, in addition to visiting Transitions, Sowing Seeds and the Harvest Hope Food Bank.(READ MORE)
  20. I don't think I chimed in on Seventh Woods recently, but I'm really excited that he's coming home to finish his college career. I hope the expectations on him aren't unfair and unrealistic, but I honestly think he's capable of making a huge impact after his redshirt year. I know it's cliche to compare him to Larry Davis, but it really is very similar. At UNC, when you're surrounded by McDonalds AA players, you can't get off to a slow start, and you can't have confidence issues, or you get bumped. Seventh gave them some good minutes in some major games, but he just didn't fill up the stat sheet, so other guys played a lot more than he did. I think he is capable of being at least a 12-15 ppg scorer for us assuming he gets 30+ minutes a game as a senior. That's down the road another year, but I am excited about what he could accomplish. I'm excited about the grad transfer, Henry, this coming season. I don't think expectations for him are very high offensively speaking, but if he can score between 5-10 ppg most night, get some rebounds, and protect the rim, he'll really help us. Hopefully Frink and Leveque will play well on the inside and that will allow Kotsar to do what he's more comfortable doing, which is playing facing the basket instead of posting up. I think Bolden is going to be a great addition to the team. Lawson is the man, so Bolden can concentrate on scoring some points and being a veteran presence on the floor rather than carrying the burden of being the top dog. I think Minaya and Bryant are both going to be so much better this season. I am excited to see what they are able to do. Lawson is special and I can't wait to see how much he improves. I wish he were going to have more years to watch him play. The freshmen are going to be very interesting. Moss showed flashed of his talent, but his season was cut short before he really ever got rolling. Couisnard comes with seriously high expectations, so I really hope he's ready to shine. Honestly, Hannibal and Anderson shouldn't be forced to contribute too much, so they can be brought along at a reasonable pace without the pressure of having to start and lead early. McCreary could be more important based on our needs in the paint. I hope he's ready to contribute.
  21. Gamecocks men's basketball released roster and Jersey numbers Friday South Carolina basketball on Friday released all kinds of numbers. Jersey numbers, heights, weights USCSPORTS.COM. The 2019-20 season is five months from tipping off, but you now know incoming freshman guard Trae Hannibal is 6-foot-1, 217 pounds and will be wearing No. 12, Tennessee Tech graduate transfer forward Micaiah Henry is 6-9, 235 and will be wearing No. 13 and Keyshawn Bryant will keep No. 24, but the 6-6 swingman is up to 197 pounds. USCSPORTS.COM Returners No. 00 A.J. Lawson No. 1 T.J. Moss No. 5 Jermaine Couisnard No. 10 Justin Minaya No. 14 Nathan Nelson (walk-on) No. 20 Alanzo Frink No. 21 Maik Kotsar No. 24 Keyshawn Bryant No. 52 Jair Bolden Newcomers No. 2 Trey Anderson No. 4 Jalyn McCreary No. 12 Trae Hannibal No. 13 Micaiah Henry No. 15 Wildens Leveque No. 23 Mike Green (walk-on) No. 25 Seventh Woods (walk-on/ineligible in 2019-20)
  22. What USC plans for Seventh Woods as his Gamecock career begins June 19, 2019 South Carolina men's basketball coach Frank Martin discusses the addition of transfer Seventh Woods to the Gamecocks roster. .mcclatchy-embed{position:relative;padding:40px 0 56.25%;height:0;overflow:hidden;max-width:100%}.mcclatchy-embed iframe{position:absolute;top:0;left:0;width:100%;height:100%}
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