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Men’s Basketball Falls to ETSU, Rebounds with Victory over Maine

Men’s Basketball Falls to ETSU, Rebounds with Victory over Maine

December 6, 2017

By Alvin Halimwidjaya This past week, Fordham Men’s Basketball muddled through another split, following up an 82-77 loss to Eastern Tennessee State on Wednesday, Nov. 29 with a 67-66 overtime win aga...

The Magic of Aaron Gordon

The Magic of Aaron Gordon

December 6, 2017

By Liam McKeone While the likes of Andre Drummond and Giannis Antetokounmpo have (rightfully) monopolized the media discussion for this year’s Most Improved Player, Aaron Gordon is making his own quiet case down in Orlando. The ...

Ben Simmons is the Final Piece

Ben Simmons is the Final Piece

November 29, 2017

By Liam McKeone The Process has been going on for a long time in Philadelphia, but this season, it seems like it has finally come to fruition. The 76ers had four top-three picks in the last four years, and it’s...

Men’s Basketball Takes 110th Battle of the Bronx

Men’s Basketball Takes 110th Battle of the Bronx

November 29, 2017

By Alvin Halimwidjaya Before Thanksgiving, the Fordham men’s basketball team traveled to Montego Bay to participate in the Jamaica Classic, losing to Florida State 67-43 in the teams’ first meeting, and then giving up a lead...

Women’s Basketball Suffocates Northern Colorado

Women’s Basketball Suffocates Northern Colorado

November 29, 2017

By Jack McLoone Thirty-three points is a low number for a half, let alone an entire game. But that is what Fordham Women’s Basketball held the Northern Colorado Bears to in its 48-33 victory on Nov. ...

Are The Pistons For Real?

Are The Pistons For Real?

November 15, 2017

By Liam McKeone There have been a couple of contenders for biggest surprise of the season so far. The Celtics sitting at the top of the conference after Gordon Hayward's injury and Cleveland’s complete lack of effort in ever...

Men’s Basketball Splits First Two Games of the Season

Men’s Basketball Splits First Two Games of the Season

November 15, 2017

By Alvin Halimwidjaya Despite stumbling out of the gate in the season opener, the Fordham men’s basketball team managed to go 1-1 in their first two games, losing to Miami (OH) 55-54 but rebounding with an 81-68 win over L...

Fordham’s Youth Movement Starts With a Win

Fordham’s Youth Movement Starts With a Win

November 15, 2017

By Jack Mcloone It only took four minutes for Fordham Women’s Basketball to show us something we had never seen before. After pulling down a rebound at the other end, senior forward G’mrice Dav...

Overtime: On the Revamped NBA All-Star Game

Overtime: On the Revamped NBA All-Star Game

November 15, 2017

By Tom Terzulli In recent years, the NBA All-Star Game has been a pretty tough watch. There’s less defense than you see at your local YMCA and, with no incentive to play hard, the game has devolved into a low-e...

Life Without Gordon Hayward

Life Without Gordon Hayward

November 8, 2017

By Liam McKeone Gordon Hayward was supposed to be the guy that could do it all for the Celtics this season. He was the only one on the roster who could score, defend, rebound, and dish out assists at a high level. His presence would...

Overtime: Moving the League Forward

Overtime: Moving the League Forward

November 8, 2017

By Alvin Halimwidjaya When I play pickup basketball at the Lombardi Fieldhouse, I’m always stunned by how many people do what I don’t expect them to do. I’ll see short people take shorter people down in the post, centers popping ...

Overtime: The Center of Basketball’s Mecca

Overtime: The Center of Basketball’s Mecca

October 18, 2017

By Tom Terzulli The New York Knicks fired a Hall of Famer and traded a future Hall-bound player during the offseason, and I couldn’t be happier ahead of their opener against the Thunder on Thursday. Embattled ...

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