Flying Under the Radar: Sean Williams

When the New Jersey Nets come to an NBA city, the stars of their team that immediately come to mind are Jason Kidd, Richard Jefferson, and Vince Carter. Each of the three have been Olympians, and they've earned multiple all-star berths, and hundreds of millions of dollars in salary. One player that gives the Nets a major spark is rookie power forward, Sean Williams.
February 25, 2008

Game Preview: Magic at Nets

The Orlando Magic travel to New Jersey to take on the Nets in this Tuesday night matchup
February 25, 2008

Game Preview: Magic vs Nets

New Jersey Nets head to Orlando to take on the Magic. Here is a preview of this matchup:
February 5, 2008

This Week in ACC Hoops

"The cause of losing Williams may lead to the effect of the team rallying around each other. There's no doubt about that. However, losing an All-American level defender is hard for any team to bounce back from, and it is not going to make you a better team."
January 23, 2007

Eagles are a Team of Streaks

Boston College has become a team of streaks. Al Skinner, now in his 10th season as the Eagles' head coach, has been preaching consistent, low-risk basketball on both ends since he got to Chestnut Hill.
January 15, 2007

BC vs. UVa Preview

The last time Boston College had a stellar one-two scoring combo in their backcourt was a few years ago when Troy Bell and Ryan Sidney patrolled the Heights. The reason I bring this up is that fans might be reminded of that old combo when Virginia's Sean Singletary and J.R. Reynolds come to Conte Forum to play on Saturday.
January 12, 2007

This Week in ACC Hoops

The Boston College Eagles took care of business down in Raleigh this past weekend, but it was the Virginia Tech Hokies who stole the ACC spotlight this week as they succeeded on Saturday where they came up short a season ago and beat the Duke Blue Devils.
January 9, 2007

Eagles Hang On vs. Northeastern

Boston College head coach Al Skinner's former protégé game him a run for his money Sunday. But thanks to a late, 13-0 run by the Eagles, highlighted by the clutch shooting of sophomore point guard Tyrese Rice (24 points), Skinner survived a second-half run by Bill Coen's Northeastern Huskies to claim an 87-82 victory at Conte Forum.
January 2, 2007