South Carolina Gamecocks men’s basketball holds its first official practice for the 2018-19 season on Sept. 25. Here are four questions facing Frank Martin and USC as they try for an NCAA tournament return.
NCAA.com’s Andy Katz seems like he’s been on a summer mission to give South Carolina’s Chris Silva some national love. The USC senior is No. 1 on the latest set of Katz rankings – “11 under-the-radar players.”
Hurricane Florence wiped away South Carolina’s first shot to see Wildens Leveque up close. But now the 2019 basketball recruit has officially rescheduled his visit to Columbia. USC will host Leveque on Oct. 6.
The South Carolina Gamecocks basketball team knows where and when it will appear on television during the 2018-19 season. The SEC has released its schedule. One takeaway? Coach Frank Martin won’t be up as late.
Josiah James is the latest top South Carolina high school basketball player to leave the state for college. He’s Tennessee-bound (and not to the Gamecocks or Clemson) and following a path of those before him.
Wildens Leveque, a 3-star basketball recruit from Massachusetts, was scheduled to come to South Carolina for a visit on Sept. 14, but Hurricane Florence canceled those plans. The Gamecocks remain an option.
South Carolina men’s and women’s basketball teams will host their first Gamecock Tipoff event this October, open to fans, joining other college basketball programs in featuring ‘Midnight Madness’ practices.
South Carolina’s football loss to Georgia didn’t totally dampen the weekend for USC athletics. Frank Martin and the basketball Gamecocks hosted a group of top recruits at Williams-Brice Stadium on Sept. 8, 2018
NBA Live 19 and NBA 2K19 released early Friday morning, and for South Carolina basketball fans eager to find out how former Gamecocks rated in the game, there were live streams and screenshots on social media.
Wendell Moore, a five-star basketball prospect from North Carolina, is not visiting South Carolina after previously being scheduled to come to the Gamecocks-Georgia football game on Sept. 8, 2018. The 2019 recruit is down to 4 schools.
Former South Carolina basketball star Sindarius Thornwell hosted his camp on August 25, 2018, in Columbia, S.C. Entering his second season year in the NBA, the Los Angeles Clipper had a specific message he wanted to deliver to the kids.
South Carolina basketball, on a quest to continue to build its 2019 recruiting class, has offered Jared Jones, a Georgia native and former Auburn commitment. A number of Power 5 schools are after Jones, including the Big Ten’s Ohio State.
The 2018-19 South Carolina men’s basketball roster was released on Aug 23, 2018. Fifteen Gamecocks are listed, including eight newcomers. So what numbers will the newbies such as AJ Lawson be wearing this year?
Another early SEC basketball projection is out, and this one, from NCAA.com’s Andy Katz, focuses on the South Carolina Gamecocks. Can Chris Silva become USC’s first SEC Player of the Year since Sindarius Thornwell? There’s a chance, Katz says.
The South Carolina Gamecocks men’s basketball program is returning some key players for the 2018-19 season. How has rising sophomore Justin Minaya gotten better? An improved shooting touch, says one former NBA assistant coach.
The South Carolina men’s basketball team won’t be getting the top-ranked player in the state for the 2019 recruiting class. But, Josiah James aside, the Gamecocks still have Trae Hannibal’s commitment. The Hartsville native is on a mission.