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  1. Martin said " I'm ecstatic hear about Chris Silva’s new deal Jan. 13, 2020, | GCF Staff Report The Miami Heat have decided to scrap Chris Silva’s two-way deal with the G League and award him a three-year contract to remain fully on the Heat. The Miami Herald reported the news about the rookie and South Carolina star Monday morning. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  2. SEC has a few in and a few on the edge. Georgia is a surprise. Opponents on Gamecocks schedule:2. Kentucky6. Florida11. Virginia22. LSU24. AuburnOthers receiving votes:28. Tennessee34. Missouri35. Miss. St.36. Houston37. Georgia44. Alabama
  3. 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
  4. Former South Carolina basketball star Sindarius Thornwell is on the hunt for a new team July 07, 2019 Saturday, Thornwell was released by the Los Angeles Clippers, along with fellow guard Tyrone Wallace. While the Clippers released two guards, they also brought in Maurice Harkless from the Portland Trail Blazers in another quick flurry of off-season moves. Thornwell spent two seasons with the Clippers but his first was much better than his second. As a rookie, Thornwell averaged 15.8 minutes per game averaging 3.9 points and 1.9 rebounds. He also averaged 0.9 assists and 0.7 steals per game in limited action. Last year was a different story, Thornwell was rarely used. After starting 16 games as a rookie, he made only one start his second year with the franchise and played in 64 games. His time on the court dropped dramatically as he averaged only 4.9 minutes on the floor per game. His numbers dropped across the board, including down 8 percent in field goal percentage and nearly 18 percent in three-point percentage
  5. Brian Bowen goes undrafted, but signs with NBA team and Chris Silva gets NBA opportunity June 21, 2019 Bowen was signed by the Indiana Pacers after the conclusion of Thursday’s two-round, 60-pick NBA Draft. Former Gamecocks Chris Silva also went undrafted. Chris Silva will get his NBA shot. The former South Carolina great wasn’t selected during Thursday’s two-round NBA Draft, but will participate with the Miami Heat in the NBA Summer League. IPZ, Silva’s agency, confirmed the news to The State on Friday morning. Summer League teams annually try out different rosters than their regular season squads, a mix of rookies and second-year players attempting to land an NBA or G League deal.
  6. Martin Joins Sports Illustrated's NBA Draft Coverage 6/18/2019 | Men's Basketball COLUMBIA, S.C. - University of South Carolina head men's basketball coach Frank Martin has joined Sports Illustrated's coverage of the 2019 NBA Draft this coming Thursday. Martin will be live from New York City alongside NBA analyst Chris Mannix, college analyst Jon Rothstein, as well as former NBA head coach Dave Joerger, SI writer Rohan Nadkarni and SI Now host, Madelyn Burke. Coverage begins at 7:30 PM ET, and will be streamed on SI.com, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Thursday's NBA Draft will be held in Brooklyn, N.Y., at the Barclays Center, with the New Orleans Pelicans holding the number one pick. Continue to visit GamecocksOnline.com for updates on South Carolina basketball.
  7. Former Gamecock coach Darrin Horn lands new head coaching job April 24, 2019 Former South Carolina head coach Darrin Horn is back in the coaching business again. After leading the Gamecocks to a 60-63 overall record from 2008 to 2012, Horn has been an assistant at Texas since 2015. Now, though, he is rejoining the head coaching ranks. Per CBS Sports reporter Gary Parrish, Horn will become the new head coach at Northern Kentucky:
  8. Season over for USC with Sweet 16 loss March 30, 2019 South Carolina women’s basketball had clear and concrete goals for how it would upset No. 1 overall seed Baylor heading into the Sweet 16: 3-pointers, speed, transition offense and defensive pressure. But when the ball tipped at Greensboro Coliseum on Saturday, the fourth-seeded Gamecocks got very little of those things early, and the Lady Bears reminded everyone why they’re one of the current tournament favorites, defeating USC 93-68, to end the Gamecocks’ season. When the two teams met on Dec. 2, Baylor (34-1, 18-0 Big 12) raced out to a quick 32-13 lead in the first quarter and never looked back in a 94-69 win. On Saturday, South Carolina (23-10, 13-3 SEC) once again fell victim to a slow start and never recovered.
  9. Rick Pitino joins Dan Patrick Show and talks about Brian Bowen April 05, 2018 During a Thursday morning appearance on The Dan Patrick Show, former Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino was asked about South Carolina basketball player Brian Bowen. Bowen, a former 5-star recruit, was alleged to have received $100,000 from Adidas for signing with Louisville in 2017. Bowen, who denied knowledge of the payment, was ruled ineligible by Louisville, following the FBI’s probe. South Carolina announced in January that Bowen was enrolled for class and joining the basketball team. Bowen has yet to suit up for the Gamecocks. On Thursday, Pitino was asked if Bowen’s family received money. “I don’t know,” Pitino said. “Allegedly, he got $12,500, allegedly from Adidas or someone. I don’t know the facts of that.” Pitino was then asked about Bowen’s decision to sign with Louisville in June, after his senior season at La Lumiere School in Indiana. “My antennas went up and I sat with the family. The mom was a lovely lady and the kid was a great kid,” Pitino said. “I sat with them and I said, ‘Now, wait a second, how come you haven’t signed with a school?’ And I grilled them. “And they said, ‘Well, we wanted to go to Michigan State and it didn’t work. We wanted to go to Arizona because Rawle Alkins and the other guard put their names in and we would come in and start as a freshman, so we were going to Arizona. Then, they all of a sudden took their names out and we were left without a school and we just noticed that Donovan Mitchell left and went to the pros, so we could start at the 2-guard for you.’ “So that made complete sense to me. Adidas has never – I’ve been with them 17 years, they have never done anything close to this in my lifetime, so I never suspected them of doing anything.”
  10. John Calipari lavishes praise on USC after upset January 17, 2018 In the end, it was all very simple for Kentucky coach John Calipari. “They deserved to win,” Calipari remarked after Tuesday’s wild South Carolina comeback to top the Wildcats, 76-68. “This wasn’t about us, this was about South Carolina.” Coach Cal didn’t offer any excuses for his team surrendering a 14-point second half lead, or for committing 32 personal fouls, or for allowing South Carolina star Chris Silva to dominate in the low post. He just gave the Gamecocks and coach Frank Martin props for out-willing his own team. “I’m really disappointed but you know what, you gotta give South Carolina credit, they played like Frank coaches,” Calipari said. “They’re down and it looks like they’re going to get smacked, and they never stop playing and then they got the momentum.” Most of Tuesday’s contest was an ugly affair, with both teams getting whistled for fouls constantly and going through long stretches without any field goals while enduring aggressive, physical defense that riled up the crowd of 16,210 at Colonial Life Arena. But Calipari had no complaints about the officiating, which gave South Carolina 38 free throw attempts. In fact, he said he waved aside protest from his own players who tried to claim they hadn’t fouled the Gamecocks. “I’ve never seen so many dumb fouls,” Calipari said, then referencing a pivotal intentional foul called against Hamidou Diallo with 11:29 left in the game. “Like, you grab a guy, pull his shirt out. Excuse me, you think this is lacrosse? ... You pulled the guy’s shirt out of his pants!” After that intentional foul, South Carolina outscored Kentucky 33-11. A large part of that rally came from Silva, who scored 10 points in the final 10 minutes and on whom Calipari lavished praise. “Silva, we did a pretty good job in the first half (but) the second half they just said, we’re throwing it to him,” Calipari said. “He was the difference. He manhandled anyone we put on him. He just moved people. He just bullied them. He dominated them. He manhandled anybody on my team.” Silva and the rest of South Carolina’s bigs throttled Kentucky in the post. In particular, Calipari said the Gamecocks outplayed the Wildcats on the offensive glass, where Kentucky had its worst performance of the season. “They got 14 of them and we got six,” Calipari said while critiquing his team for “unwarranted arrogance.” “That is basically an effort situation and a toughness situation,” he said of USC’s edge in rebounds. Lastly, Calipari gave credit to South Carolina’s home crowd, the biggest of the season to date. “Every time we come in here it’s a packed house. It was a great crowd. I imagine they had a good time and they enjoyed themselves,” Calipari said. Calipari’s star player, forward Kevin Knox, agreed, citing the noise from the fans as a factor in the Wildcats’ 3-of-8 shooting from the free throw line in the game’s final four minutes. “They get loud. They weren’t loud when we were up 14, but when you change the game with the intentional foul, they start hitting some shots, next thing you know, the crowd got into it,” Knox said. “We missed some big free throws down the stretch. I think the crowd definitely played a big impact, they got up and got loud.” With the victory, the Gamecocks snapped a four-game losing streak against Kentucky dating back to 2014, but Calipari indicated that he came in expecting a scrappy contest based off years past. “South Carolina always gives us a good game. They always do,” he said.
  11. What South Carolina’s new five-star told ESPN about Louisville scandal, his role January 10, 2018 Weeks before the Wednesday revelation he’d join the South Carolina basketball program, five-star former Louisville signee Brian Bowen sat down on ESPN’s Outside the Lines. There he denied knowing about an alleged $100,000 going to his father as part of a attempt to steer him to Rick Pitino’s Cardinals. The FBI investigation cost Pitino his job and also swept up former South Carolina assistant coach Lamont Evans. "I was shocked," Bowen told ESPN’s Jeff Goodman. "I didn't believe it at all. ... They have to be lying. There's no way I'm involved in it. "I don't know anything about it." Bowen said he had not spoken to his father about the situation and that he didn’t believe his father took money. "No one pressured me to go to Louisville or any other school," Bowen said. "I made the ultimate decision." After landing with USC, Frank Martin said in a school release that Athletic Director Ray Tanner, school President Harris Pastides and the board of trustees helped get Bowen in position to join the Gamecocks. Tanner said South Carolina will work with NCAA compliance to get Bowen eligible next season. "My biggest thing is that I want to play college basketball," Bowen said. "There are other routes I can go. I could go play in Spain or Australia or in Lithuania with the Ball brothers. But my dream was to play college basketball. "I feel like I'm a victim because of greedy adults." THE STATE
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