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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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)
  4. AJ Lawson leads Canada over Australia in game one of the FIBA world Championship tournament 23pts, 8rbs, 4asts, 2stls. Confidence at all time high. Keep pushing.
  5. MBB: Summer Press Conference Wednesday, June 19 South Carolina head men's basketball coach Frank Martin will be available to the media on Wednesday, June 19, in the media room at Colonial Life Arena at 11:30 AM ET to discuss the offseason, the upcoming NBA Draft and the 2019-20 newcomers. Please email SID Emily Miles with any questions.
  6. Gamecocks Welcome Seven Newcomers For 2019-20 Campaign June 17, 2019 Men's Basketball | 6/17/2019 | From USC Sports Informatiob | GCF Staff Report Story Links CLICK TO PLACE A SEASON TICKET DEPOSIT COLUMBIA, S.C. – University of South Carolina head men's basketball coach Frank Martin announced his incoming class for the 2019-20 campaign on Monday. The seven-member group is comprised of five freshmen and two upperclassmen transfers, including: Trey Anderson (Fr. – F – 6-5 – San Diego, Calif./Mater Dei Catholic/Woodstock Academy), Mike Green (Fr. – G – 6-1 – Myrtle Beach, S.C./Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach), Trae Hannibal (Fr. – G – 6-1 – Hartsville, S.C./Hartsville), Micaiah Henry (Gr. – F/C – 6-9 – Decatur, Ga./Columbia High School/Tennessee Tech), Wildens Leveque (Fr. – F/C – 6-10 – Brockton, Mass./Gould Academy), Jalyn McCreary (Fr. – F – 6-8 – Marietta, Ga./Legacy Early College High School) and Seventh Woods (Sr. – G – 6-1 – Columbia, S.C./Hammond School/North Carolina). "We are extremely excited about the quality and talent of this recruiting class," Martin said. "Our staff continues to piggy back on the momentum of our program to recruit high-character, highly-talented young men." Below is a brief bio and quote from Martin on each newcomer: Trey Anderson (Fr. – F – 6-5 – San Diego, Calif./Mater Dei Catholic/Woodstock Academy) Following prep career, spent a post-grad season at Woodstock Academy, averaging 10 points and seven rebounds per game Averaged 16.7 points and a team-best 7.4 rebounds per game to help lead Mater Dei Catholic squad to a league championship title and a berth in the San Diego Section Open Division semifinal playoffs as a senior Named the 2017-18 Mesa League Player of the Year (The Star News) as a senior Labeled as a strong shooter, who is a competitor with great length Martin on Anderson…"Trey is a 6-5 athletic wing, that can shoot the basketball. He's very competitive and multi-talented defensively, so we're excited about the possibilities of what he can contribute right away." Mike Green (Fr. – G – 6-1 – Myrtle Beach, S.C./Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach) Scored over 2,000 points during prep career, while also pulling down over 600 rebounds and dishing out over 500 assists Named South Carolina Independent Schools Association 2018-19 AA All-State by the High School Sports Report Played varsity as an eighth grader, averaging 15 points per game Noted as a player with high-level shooting ability and excellent vision Martin on Green…"Mike, who is from the Myrtle Beach area, turned down numerous scholarship offers because of his belief in who we are as a basketball program and his willingness to play for his state. He has come here paying his own way, and doing everything in his power to earn a scholarship as we move forward." Trae Hannibal (Fr. – G – 6-1 – Hartsville, S.C./Hartsville) Named the Class 4A co-Player of the Year as a senior at Hartsville, finishing his prep career with over 1,500 points, which included a 62-point performance in his final high school contest Also named the Florence Morning News' boys basketball player of the year as a senior, when he averaged 26.8 points per game Averaged 16.6 points, 7.7 rebounds and 5.2 assists as a junior at Hartsville, also earning all-state honors Noted as a player with great athleticism, who plays with pace Martin on Hannibal…"Trae is a young man from Hartsville [S.C.], who scored 62 points and grabbed 20 rebounds in his final high school game. He is a dynamic point guard, who has size, strength, basketball skill and IQ. We're extremely excited about who he will become in his time at South Carolina." Micaiah Henry (Gr. – F/C – 6-9 – Decatur, Ga./Columbia High School/Tennessee Tech) Graduate transfer from Tennessee Tech where he averaged 9.7 points and 4.7 rebounds in 31 appearances in 2018-19 Hit 50 percent or better from the floor each of his three seasons with the Golden Eagles, including a career best 61.5 percent as a redshirt-sophomore During prep career at Columbia High School, averaged 16 points and 11 rebounds per game as a senior, en route to First Team All-Region accolades Graduated from Tennessee Tech with a degree in finance Martin on Henry…"Micaiah is a graduate transfer from Tennessee Tech, who is a 6-9 low-post player that is comfortable playing with his back to the basket. He has really good hands, and he is a highly-competitive young man that has a tremendous feel of how to score around the basket." Wildens Leveque (Fr. – F/C – 6-10 – Brockton, Mass./Gould Academy) Averaged 14 points, 13 rebounds and two blocks per game as a junior at Gould Academy, earning NEPSAC AA Honorable Mention accolades Noted as the No. 2 player in the state of Massachusetts by ESPN.com Named All-NEPSAC AA following senior season Labeled as a competitive player with great form on his shot Martin on Leveque…"Wildens is a 6-10 athletic center, who knows he is a back-to-the basket player. He is a rim protector, he's a runner, and he has real good hands, so he can figure out a way to help on offense and defense from the word go." Jalyn McCreary (Fr. – F – 6-8 – Marietta, Ga./Legacy Early College High School) Averaged 18 points and six rebounds as a senior at Legacy Early College Named a USA Today South Carolina All-State Second Team honoree after helping his squad to a 34-5 overall record during senior campaign Scored 18 points to lead his team to the USA National Prep Tournament Championship in March Noted as an athletic combo forward with good court awareness Martin on McCreary…"Jalyn is a 6-8 athletic, aggressive forward, who is freakishly athletic. In the open court, he is a finisher from the mid-range and he is a dunking highlight reel, a lot like Keyshawn Bryant." Seventh Woods (Sr. – G – 6-1 – Columbia, S.C./Hammond School/North Carolina) Saw action in 94 career games at North Carolina, averaging 1.8 points and 1.1 rebounds per game; a member of UNC's 2017 national championship team Played prep career at Hammond School in Columbia, averaging 18.9 points, 4.5 rebounds and five assists per game as a senior Helped 2015 squad capture state championship Twice named Mr. Basketball in the state of South Carolina, while collecting other accolades such as all-region and all-state honors, while also being named the South Carolina Independent Schools Association Player of the Year four times during prep career Martin on Woods…"I'm extremely excited to get Seventh back home. He has learned a lot over the last three years, and obviously he was a rotation player on a national championship team. Who he is to this community – I don't need to say much about it, I think that's understood. I'm excited - and I think so is he - to be able to get to help him, and help him regain that trust that he had in himself, so after a redshirt year, he can line up and play with the same kind of confidence and aggressiveness that he played in throughout his high school career at Hammond."
  7. Two South Carolina basketball signees ranked among nation’s top 150 players May 07, 2019 For only the third time since Rivals started such a list, South Carolina has two signed basketball recruits among the national site’s final ranking of top 150 players. Jalyn McCreary is the country’s No. 133 player in the 2019 class and Trae Hannibal is No. 146, according to the rankings released Tuesday. Rivals began its “Top 150” rankings in 2003. USC that year had No. 92 Renaldo Balkman and No. 101 Brandon Wallace. In 2014, signed Gamecocks Marcus Stroman (94) and TeMarcus Blanton (135) made the list. (READ MORE)
  8. This future USC big man is taking a humble approach to a potential big opportunity May 07, 2019 Wildens Leveque has no feel for how his South Carolina basketball career will end, but the near-future Gamecock has already envisioned how it will begin. “The first practice,” Leveque said, “I’m accepting the fact that I’m going to get my butt kicked by guys who have been working, who have been going through college workouts for years.” (READ MORE)
  9. Five things to know about Jalyn McCreary, South Carolina’s latest basketball signee May 06, 2019 South Carolina basketball on Friday officially signed the fourth member of its 2019 recruiting class. Jalyn McCreary’s commitment came months after Trae Hannibal, Wildens Leveque and Trey Anderson did the same, but that hardly diminishes its importance. McCreary is a 6-foot-8, 220-pound forward who, according to both 247 Sports and Rivals, ranks as the Gamecocks’ top incoming freshman. Here are five more things to know about McCreary: 1. MCCREARY’S PLAYING STYLE FITS WHAT USC COULD LOOK LIKE NEXT SEASON Frank Martin, who knows Carolina’s personnel better than anyone, has already stated that the 2019-20 Gamecocks will play different than past teams. With Chris Silva’s departure, USC doesn’t present a proven post threat. What it does have is a bunch of long athletes who can run and do damage from the perimeter. Involve McCreary with A.J. Lawson, Keyshawn Bryant and Justin Minaya? He’ll take it. “I’m an athlete myself,” McCreary said. “I like to jump and run the floor. I fit in to players that have athleticism. Yeah, it’ll be a good bond.” B.J. Jackson, McCreary’s coach at Legacy Charter, has a feel for how Martin might blend McCreary and the 6-6 Bryant at the forward spots. “It’ll be good to watch both of them,” Jackson said. “Keyshawn and Jalyn are explosive athletes. Both of them can do a great job of putting the ball on the floor and getting to the rim. So it should fun watching them next year.” 2. SOUTH CAROLINA’S BIGGEST NEED IS MCCREARY’S DEVELOPING SKILL McCreary averaged 18 points and six rebounds this season for Legacy Charter. If that latter number can translate quickly to the college level, the Gamecocks could use it. Silva grabbed 21 percent of USC’s rebounds last season. “He got better as the year went on,” Jackson said of McCreary’s glass skills. “We do a lot of rebounding and boxing out drills and we try to tell him … ‘With your height, length and your jumping ability, you gotta impact your stats more than just scoring. Fill the other parts, rebounding, block shots,’ which he started doing a better job of blocking shots, getting out with deflections where it leads to steals and stuff. “He was more impactful outside of just scoring as the year went on.” 3. MCCREARY WAS GEORGIA-RAISED ... ON FOOTBALL McCreary lived in Statesboro, Georgia, until he was 6. He then moved to Marietta before arriving at Legacy Charter for his final year of high school. While he excels at basketball now, McCreary was first a running back. “Basketball wasn’t really my main sport,” he said. “Football was my main sport. I quit football in seventh grade and then basketball took over. I started really getting into it.” He credits his mother, Kristie Gordon, for continued support. “She’s a big part of my success,” McCreary said of Gordon, an elementary school counselor in Georgia. “I wouldn’t be here, where I am, without her at all. She sacrificed a lot for me to play basketball, traveling to AAU tournaments and stuff. Definitely sacrificed a lot for me to come here and be away from her.” 4. IT’S HIS NEXT STOP, BUT COLLEGE BASKETBALL DOESN’T TOP HIS WHAT-TO-WATCH LIST Off the court, McCreary admits he doesn’t do a whole lot. He’s not into video games. He just “chills” — and consumes professional basketball. “I don’t really watch too much college basketball,” McCreary said. “I’m an NBA guy, so I watch a lot of NBA.” Favorite player? Kevin Durant. Favorite team? Golden State Warriors, but it used to be the Oklahoma City Thunder. “I’m a Kevin Durant fan, so anywhere he goes, I’m gonna be a fan of,” McCreary said. 5. MCCREARY HAS AN EXTENSIVE SHOE COLLECTION McCreary on Thursday rocked some white low-top Gucci kicks while speaking with The State. Legacy Charter school requires a uniform, so the kind of shoe you wear is one of the best ways to show individuality. McCreary has a bunch to choose from. “I’m a sneaker head,” he said. Jackson confirms. “He has too many shoes,” Jackson said. “I told him, ‘Some of your shoes cost more than my car payment, dude.’ But he’s one of them guys, he loves to wear the fancy shoes. Even when we’re out there for practices and stuff, before we get our team shoes, he’s always flamboyant with himself with the shoes and stuff.” Outlandish kicks complete a look that now includes green in McCreary’s hair. “I really like fashion,” McCreary said. “I’ve been into it since ninth grade.”
  10. South Carolina has an open scholarship. Here are some options, including Seventh Woods April 30, 2019, | THE STATE The night before Seventh Woods — a point guard with a four-star rating and an eye-opening YouTube reel — committed to North Carolina, the Hammond star wrestled with the thought of staying home for college. The fact Frank Martin and the Gamecocks got that far in Woods’s recruitment was an upset of sorts, former Hammond coach Mark McClam told The State last summer. (MORE)
  11. Felipe Haase will be entering his name into the NCAA transfer portal and intends to transfer from the South Carolina April 25, 2019 Felipe Haase will be entering his name into the NCAA transfer portal and intends to transfer from the South Carolina basketball program, the school confirmed Thursday. Haase will have two years of eligibility left. According to a report from The Big Spur, Haase could end up at Mercer, where his high school coach just accepted an assistant coaching position. The Big Spur was the first to announce Haase’s departure.Haase joins Jason Cudd as the second Gamecock player to transfer. USC also will lose Chris Silva, Hassani Gravett and Tre Campbell to graduation. A.J. Lawson submitted his name for the NBA Draft but has the option to return to school. The 6-foot-9 Haase appeared in 32 games this season and averaged 6.3 points and 3.8 rebounds. He had a season-high 14 points against Missouri. Haase was a three-star recruit out of Miami Christian High School in Florida.
  12. Gamecocks looking for a big man. Some names on the grad transfer market April 26, 2019 South Carolina basketball was already down its top big man from last season with Chris Silva’s departure. Jason Cudd transferring wasn’t a surprise given the smaller role he held, but Felipe Haase, whose transfer came out on Thursday, had averaged 21.5 minutes per game his first two seasons. It leaves the Gamecocks with a frontcourt that looks like this:(READ MORE)
  13. What are AJ Lawson’s NBA Draft chances? National analyst weighs in on USC freshman April 17, 2019 THE STATE On Dec. 5, less than a week after he scored 25 points and led South Carolina to a win, A.J. Lawson received his first bit of NBA Draft buzz. Sam Vecenie of The Athletic released that afternoon an “NBA Draft Big Board” with a ranking of 100 players for June’s two-round event. No. 1 was Duke’s Zion Williamson. No. 9 was Murray State’s Ja Morant. No. 49 was Lawson. (READ MORE)
  14. Frank Martin at the top of their list!
  15. The Gamecocks starting lineup options for next basketball season March 29, 2019 Because of a variety of injuries, Frank Martin used six different starting lineups during the 2018-19 South Carolina basketball season. The USC coach mixed and matched his Gamecocks to 16 wins and a fourth place finish in the Southeastern Conference. As it stands now — late March 2019 — it’s not crazy to think Martin could again tweak his starters more than a handful of times next season. The Gamecocks, assuming everyone comes back to good health, have options at a variety of positions. Here’s a way-too-early look-ahead to what’s next: BEST FIVE ON THE FLOOR PG Jair Bolden SG A.J. Lawson SF Justin Minaya PF Keyshawn Bryant C Maik Kotsar Martin suggested earlier this week that it’s likely South Carolina plays differently next season as it adapts to life without Chris Silva. There’s not going to be a proven scoring big man to dump the ball inside to, so perhaps the Gamecocks go small and play with even more pace than they showed last year. Bolden and Lawson are interchangeable in the backcourt, same with Minaya and Bryant at the forward spots. How much weight is added to Bryant’s 6-foot-6, 190-pound frame? The rising sophomore could be a post-up candidate, creating scenes similar to what the 6-5, 211-pound Sindarius Thornwell did as a senior. Defensively, there’s a lot to like about this group. Minaya was USC’s best perimeter defender until he hurt his knee last November. Lawson is coming off a freshman campaign in which he led the Gamecocks in steals. Bolden, a transfer from George Washington, reminds Silva of former Carolina guard Duane Notice. And Kotsar, despite his noted offensive struggles, is still a defensive asset with his ability to guard multiple positions. POINT GUARD HEAVY PG Jair Bolden or Trae Hannibal SG Jermaine Couisnard or T.J. Moss SF AJ Lawson PF Justin Minaya or Keyshawn Bryant C Maik Kotsar Martin said Tuesday he likes playing two point guards and that’s “non-negotiable.” How about three? Bolden, who averaged over 11 points and three assists a game his last season at GW, is plenty capable. Couisnard, a 6-foot-4 redshirt freshman, is too. Hannibal, a 6-foot-1 incoming freshman from Hartsville, brings an “athleticism, a mindset, a dynamic that we haven’t had at point guard since I’ve been here,” Martin said. And then there’s the 6-foot-6 Lawson, who led the Gamecocks in assists last season. ROOKIE IMPACT PG Trae Hannibal SG A.J. Lawson SF Justin Minaya PF Keyshawn Bryant C Wildens Leveque Martin started T.J. Moss twice at point guard before the rookie went down with a season-ending injury in December. It’s further proof that he’ll play who best fits the situation, no matter a player’s class. Hannibal hasn’t stepped on campus, but his lasting image as a high schooler was a 62-point, 20-rebound performance in a state playoff game. Leveque is 6-10 and is regarded as Silva-esque with his defensive potential. “He blocks shots a higher clip than Chris did when Chris was in high school. He’s a bigger player,” Martin said Tuesday. TRADITIONAL PG Jair Bolden SG A.J. Lawson SF Keyshawn Bryant PF Felipe Haase C Maik Kotsar That’s a 6-3 point guard, 6-6 shooting guard, 6-6 small forward, 6-9 power forward and 6-11 center.
  16. The season is in the books what should happen next? How many say give Frank Martin another year? Should he be given two more years? Do you hope he leaves on his own? Say let Frank go cut him loose now?
  17. Jamie Shaw posted this on another site hope he does not mind me sharing it here. SC signee Trae Hannibal is simply on another level ... last Friday he played in the inaugural Pee Dee All Star game & CRUSHED it Here are the RAW Highlights of the game ... ENJOY!!
  18. Texas Tech vs. Auburn final for me and Auburn taking it all. Auburn reminds of Gamecock run. Never seen this one coming, Go SEC!!
  19. Frank Martin will be available to the media on Tuesday, March 26, Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. at Colonial Life Arena.
  20. What to expect from Jermaine Couisnard at USC? Let a Duke star fill you in March 25, 2019 THE STATE The mystery player on South Carolina’s 2019-20 roster has the endorsement of Duke’s latest hero. R.J. Barrett had the winning bucket Sunday as the Blue Devils survived UCF at Colonial Life Arena and advanced to the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Tournament. Barrett’s presence in Columbia brought to the surface a storyline surrounding Frank Martin’s next team. What’s to be expected of Jermaine Couisnard? Barrett and Couisnard weren’t teammates at Montverde Academy in central Florida, but they shared the same hallways and often practiced on the same floor. Barrett, the nation’s No. 1 recruit in the 2019 class, was the headliner for Montverde’s undefeated national title team while Couisnard, a South Carolina signee, was starring for the school’s post-graduate squad. When the sides scrimmaged against one another, it wasn’t unusual for the 6-foot-7 Barrett to be matched up with the 6-4 Couisnard. “He can shoot,” Barrett said of Couisnard on Thursday. “Anywhere over half-court is his range. I remember guarding him, and he would pull in my face at half-court. “I think he’ll be good (at South Carolina).” Couisnard has yet to suit up for USC. He sat this winter due to an eligibility issue. Martin has clarified several times that Couisnard will be full-go next season as a redshirt freshman. The combo guard will join a young core of Gamecocks that includes A.J. Lawson, Keyshawn Bryant and Justin Minaya. “He’s really competitive,” said Barrett, who averages over 22 points a game for Duke. “He talks trash, he gets into it. I love that about him. He wants to win so bad. But off the court, all that goes away. He’s the coolest guy. “I was glad I was able to compete with him.” Kevin Boyle Jr., Montverde’s post-grad coach, confirmed to The State last year the epic practice battles between Barrett and Couisnard. “R.J.’s a very tough player to guard with his size and ability to seamlessly transition from attacking the rim to quickly turning his back and making tough post shots,” Boyle Jr. said. “For the most part, I’d say it was definitely close (between Couisnard and Barrett). And that’s where we first started to see his ability to make tougher shots. You say, ‘Hey, now we’re playing against a team that’s No. 1 in the country and you’re not going to have gap to kick to easy stand-still shots. You’re gonna have to make shots over long arms.’” Couisnard was a three-star prospect who chose USC after pursuit from the likes of Louisville, Virginia Tech, Illinois, Kansas, Ohio State and West Virginia, among others. Before heading to Montverde, he averaged 29.2 points, 4.3 rebounds and 3.1 assists during his senior season at East Chicago Central High School in Indiana.
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