Gray Drafted In Late Second Round

Aaron Gray's wild three-month journey is over, and it ended with him being selected by the Chicago Bulls with the 49th overall pick and the 21st in the second round during the annual NBA Draft late Thursday night at Madison Square Garden.
June 28, 2007

Gray Preparing For NBA Draft

Aaron Gray isn't the flashiest Pitt basketball player in the team's history, but at 7-feet tall and some 270 pounds he didn't need to be showy.
June 27, 2007

Panthers Pre-Game: UCLA

PITTSBURGH -- While most people are talking about how similar the University of Pittsburgh and UCLA are, junior Mike Cook believed that senior Aaron Gray could be a difference-maker for the Panthers. Pitt (29-7) and the Bruins (28-5) meet Thursday at 9:40 p.m. Eastern at HP Pavilion in San Jose, Calif.
March 22, 2007

Dixon takes on his Mentor

The matchup has been dreamed about for four years, but never made until the NCAA Tournament committee -- and fate -- intervened.
March 18, 2007

Dixon won't let Panthers get Distracted

PITTSBURGH -- NCAA men's basketball tournament story lines are perfect for fans and media alike, but don't expect the coaches to get caught up in all the hoopla: At least they won't admit it.
March 13, 2007

Panthers set to Battle Louisville

The Panthers (26-6) handled Marquette easily in the quarterfinal round and are in the semifinals against the Cardinals. It's Pitt's sixth semifinal appearance in the past seven seasons. Louisville beat Pitt in the only meeting between the two teams about a month ago, so the Panthers are looking to turn the tables this time around.
March 9, 2007

Pitt-DePaul Photo Gallery

The Pitt Panthers (#7/#7)increased their Big East record to 3-0 with a 59-49 victory over the Blue Demons of DePaul last night in the All State Arena. Aaron Gray led all scorers with 18 points in the victory. Pitt is back in action Saturday in a nationally televised marquee matchup with Georgetown in the Petersen Events Center.
January 10, 2007

Duquesne+ Newstand -1/10/07

Today's new summary covers the expected, Dukes - La Salle pregame and DU women victory over Bonnies, the appreciated - named Coach Everhart Coach of the Week, forgotten - DU alum heads Marquette team that lost to Pitt, a suprise - Caltech ends 207-game streak, becoming familar - nation coverage of the Dukes, and more on Aaron Gray, plus ...
January 10, 2007