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On Monday night, Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul hit a 15-foot bank shot as time expired to put his team up 2-0 over the Memphis Grizzlies in the first round of the NBA playoffs. You should have seen it—it was really cool. You know what’s even c...
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On Monday night, Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul hit a 15-foot bank shot as time expired to put his team up 2-0 over the Memphis Grizzlies in the first round of the NBA playoffs. You should have seen it—it was rea...
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Cris Paul Finally Sits Down with Long Lost Brother, Cliff Paul
On Monday night, Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul hit a 15-foot bank shot as time expired to put his team up 2-0 over the Memphis Grizzlies in the first round of the NBA playoffs. You should have seen it—it was really cool. You know what’s even c...
Cris Paul Finally Sits Down with Long Lost Brother, Cliff Paul
On Monday night, Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul hit a 15-foot bank shot as time expired to put his team up 2-0 over the Memphis Grizzlies in the first round of the NBA playoffs. You should have seen it—it was rea...
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After Kentucky dominated Kansas 72-40, the internet wondered if UK could beat the 0-11 76ers. But why not focus on a more important, pointless, question? Could Kentucky make it to the NBA Playoffs?
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https://plus.google.com/102406430994442229008 Taylor Sturm : Everyone is speculating whether or not the Kentucky Wildcats could beat the Philadelphia 76ers in a ...
Everyone is speculating whether or not the Kentucky Wildcats could beat the Philadelphia 76ers in a seven game series. But I came up with an even more pointless, plausible argument -- could #KentuckyBasketball  go to the NBA Playoffs?

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Given Four Years, Could Kentucky Wildcats Make NBA Playoffs? | RantSports
After Kentucky dominated Kansas 72-40, the internet wondered if UK could beat the 0-11 76ers. But why not focus on a more important, pointless, question? Could Kentucky make it to the NBA Playoffs?
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Sacramento, CA-- After more than a decade of being irrelevant, the Sacramento Kings have resurrected, so it seems, and taken the league by storm--more specifically the Western Conference. In a strong conference that features new powers this season like the Memphis Grizzlies, Houston Rockets, and Golden State Warriors, the Kings have stayed in the picture…
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https://plus.google.com/110263701063136153629 Chicago Bulls👏😍 : Only one man in the history of the NBA playoffs knows what it feels like to score 63 points at the highest...
Only one man in the history of the NBA playoffs knows what it feels like to score 63 points at the highest level of competition and be 'denied the sweet smell of team success. But the hoop world knows that every other player and every other team is on borrowed time. The Celtics, Lakers, Hawks, Rockets and every other 1986 title aspirant had better seize whatever opportunity they can -- Now! -- because we are clearly at the dawn of the Age of Jordan.'
-Michael Jordan

"I would never have called him the greatest player I'd ever seen if I didn't mean it,'' said Larry Bird after the exhilarating, stimulating, emotional, exhausting and altogether brilliant contest. "It's just God disguised as Michael Jordan."
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https://plus.google.com/109789000740870884058 Jalen Woods : Will the Oklahoma City Thunder go to the NBA Playoffs?
Will the Oklahoma City Thunder go to the NBA Playoffs?
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"He's a man that was born to coach."

—Pat Riley, announcing Erik Spoelstra as his successor
as head coach of the Miami Heat in April 2008

In 2007–08, the season before Erik Spoelstra became head coach of the Heat, they won only 18% of their games (15–67 won-loss), Miami's worst season ever. In each of Spoelstra's first two seasons (2008–09 and 2009–10), Miami won 55% of their games and went to the NBA playoffs. "That the Heat were able to win as much as they did the first two years showed Spoelstra's true greatness in coaching," said NBA analyst and former coach Jeff Van Gundy. Although Miami lost in the first round of the playoffs those first two seasons, better times were ahead.

When LeBron James and Chris Bosh joined Miami in the summer of 2010, they and Dwyane Wade became known as Miami's famous "Big Three." When Spoelstra took Miami to the NBA playoffs again in 2011 but lost to Dallas 4–2 in the finals—even with the Big Three—Heat executive Pat Riley was asked if he would consider returning to coach the team. But Riley rejected the idea and supported Spoelstra.

The Heat went on to win the NBA championship the next two years in a row, against Oklahoma 4–1 in 2012 and against San Antonio 4–3 in 2013, a remarkable accomplishment for Spoelstra, because—as of 2013—only 13 NBA head coaches (including Riley) have won more than one championship, and only eight have won consecutive titles. (San Antonio defeated Miami defeated 4-1 in the 2014 NBA Finals.)

Spoelstra started with Miami in 1995 as the video coordinator and worked his way up to the head coaching position in 2008. As a result, he has a tremendous understanding of the game. But, foremost, he has the ability to band together a group of very strong personalities around a common goal and use everyone to their best potential. Between the Big Three and a deep bench of talented superstars, Spoelstra has achieved a cohesion that other teams in the league envy.

As one sportswriter said: "Not only is Spoelstra known for his intricate knowledge of the game, intense scouting reports, and the in-depth use of technology that he uses to improve his team on the court, but the simple fact that he's been able to handle having three great players on his roster without any blow-ups is an achievement in and of itself."

Spoelstra played high school and college basketball in Oregon. His mother, Elisa, is a native of the Philippines, and his father, Jon, is a former NBA executive with several teams. Erik Spoelstra is not only the first Asian-American head coach to win an NBA championship but also the first Asian-American head coach in the history of the four major North American sports leagues.

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John Calipari Tempers “NBA Playoffs” Talk - After Georgetown College head coach Chris Briggs said the Kentucky Wildcats could easily make the NBA Playoffs, John Calipari took to social media and the airwaves and urged fans to maintain a realistic perspective. http://ow.ly/2QtKcd
John Calipari Tempers “NBA Playoffs” Talk
After Georgetown College head coach Chris Briggs said the Kentucky Wildcats could easily make the NBA Playoffs, John Calipari took to social media and the airwaves and urged fans to maintain a realistic perspective.
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"He's a man that was born to coach."

—Pat Riley, announcing Erik Spoelstra as his successor
as head coach of the Miami Heat in April 2008

In 2007–08, the season before Erik Spoelstra became head coach of the Heat, they won only 18% of their games (15–67 won-loss), Miami's worst season ever. In each of Spoelstra's first two seasons (2008–09 and 2009–10), Miami won 55% of their games and went to the NBA playoffs. "That the Heat were able to win as much as they did the first two years showed Spoelstra's true greatness in coaching," said NBA analyst and former coach Jeff Van Gundy. Although Miami lost in the first round of the playoffs those first two seasons, better times were ahead.

When LeBron James and Chris Bosh joined Miami in the summer of 2010, they and Dwyane Wade became known as Miami's famous "Big Three." When Spoelstra took Miami to the NBA playoffs again in 2011 but lost to Dallas 4–2 in the finals—even with the Big Three—Heat executive Pat Riley was asked if he would consider returning to coach the team. But Riley rejected the idea and supported Spoelstra.

The Heat went on to win the NBA championship the next two years in a row, against Oklahoma 4–1 in 2012 and against San Antonio 4–3 in 2013, a remarkable accomplishment for Spoelstra, because—as of 2013—only 13 NBA head coaches (including Riley) have won more than one championship, and only eight have won consecutive titles. (San Antonio defeated Miami defeated 4-1 in the 2014 NBA Finals.)

Spoelstra started with Miami in 1995 as the video coordinator and worked his way up to the head coaching position in 2008. As a result, he has a tremendous understanding of the game. But, foremost, he has the ability to band together a group of very strong personalities around a common goal and use everyone to their best potential. Between the Big Three and a deep bench of talented superstars, Spoelstra has achieved a cohesion that other teams in the league envy.

As one sportswriter said: "Not only is Spoelstra known for his intricate knowledge of the game, intense scouting reports, and the in-depth use of technology that he uses to improve his team on the court, but the simple fact that he's been able to handle having three great players on his roster without any blow-ups is an achievement in and of itself."

Spoelstra played high school and college basketball in Oregon. His mother, Elisa, is a native of the Philippines, and his father, Jon, is a former NBA executive with several teams. Erik Spoelstra is not only the first Asian-American head coach to win an NBA championship but also the first Asian-American head coach in the history of the four major North American sports leagues.

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Maybe not quite a playoff contender yet, but the Utah Jazz are getting there, and they have a new leader to build around.
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Idaho Vandals Roster
Idaho Vandals
NO
NAME
POS
HT
WT
CLASS
HOMETOWN
1
Perrion Callandret
G
6-2
180
SO
Bothell, WA
2
Sekou Wiggs
G
6-4
182
SO
Seattle, WA
3
Jake Straughan
G
6-1
175
FR
Colton, WA
5
Connor Hill
G
6-3
190
SR
Post Falls, ID
11
Victor Sanders
G
6-5
195
FR
Portland, OR
12
Mike Scott
G
6-0
180
SR
Los Angeles, CA
13
Bira Seck
F
6-6
215
SR
Dakar, Senegal
14
Chad Sherwood
G
6-2
180
FR
Albany, OR
15
Paulin Mpawe
F-C
6-9
227
JR
San Bernardino, CA
21
Arkadiy Mkrtychyan
F
6-7
235
FR
Portland, OR
23
Nate Sherwood
F
6-8
--
FR
Albany, OR
24
Nahshon George
F
6-9
200
JR
Kapolei, HI
33
Skyler White
F
6-7
238
SO
Bellevue, WA
41
Ty Egbert
F
6-8
195
SO
Coulee Dam, WA
44
Jordan Scott
F
6-6
200
FR
Colorado Springs, CO
50
Roberto Asencio
C
6-10
245
JR
Bajos De Haina, Dominican Republic
 
Idaho Vandals men's basketball
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Idaho Vandals
2014–15 Idaho Vandals men's basketball team

University
University of Idaho
Conference
Big Sky
Location
Moscow, ID
Head coach
Don Verlin (7th year)
Arena
Cowan Spectrum
at the Kibbie Dome
(Capacity: 7,000)
Nickname
Vandals
Colors
Silver and Gold
            
Uniforms




Home




Away
NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1982
NCAA Tournament appearances
1981, 1982, 1989, 1990
Conference tournament champions
1981, 1982, 1989, 1990 (Big Sky)
Conference regular season champions
1946 (PCC), 1981, 1982, 1989, 1990 (Big Sky)
The Idaho Vandals men's basketball team represents the University of Idaho, located in Moscow, Idaho, in NCAA Division I basketball competition. They currently compete in the Big Sky Conference. The Vandals are currently coached by Don Verlin and play their home games at the Cowan Spectrum (7,000) at the Kibbie Dome.
Contents
1 Post-season
1.1 NCAA Tournament results
1.2 NIT results
1.3 CIT Results
1.4 Other postseason
2 Individual records
2.1 Notable players
2.2 Retired numbers
2.3 Season-by-Season Records
3 References
4 External links
Post-season
NCAA Tournament results
The Vandals have appeared in four NCAA Tournaments,
with a combined record of 1–4
YearRoundOpponentResult/ScoreHead
Coach
 1981 
First Round
Pittsburgh
L 70–69 OT[1][2]
Don Monson
1982
First Round
bye [3]
#3 seed, West [4]
Second Round
Iowa
W 69–67 OT [5]
Sweet Sixteen
Oregon State
L 60–42
1989
First Round
UNLV
L 68–56
Kermit Davis
1990
First Round
Louisville
L 78–59
NIT results
The Vandals have appeared in 1 National Invitation Tournament.
Their combined record is 0–1.
YearRoundOpponentResult/ScoreHead
Coach
 1983 
First Round
Oregon State
L 77–59
Don Monson
CIT Results
The Vandals have participated in three CollegeInsider.com Tournaments,
with a combined record of 2–3.
YearRoundOpponentResult/ScoreHead
Coach
 2009 
First Round
Quarterfinals
Drake
Pacific
W 69–67
L 69–59
Don Verlin
2011
First Round
San Francisco
L 81–73
2012
First Round
Second Round
UC Santa Barbara
Utah State
W 86–83
 L 76–56
Other postseason
Idaho also participated in the very first national championship tournament ever held in intercollegiate basketball, the 1922 National Intercollegiate Basketball Tournament, where they lost in the quarterfinals to Kalamazoo College.
Individual records
Notable players
Gus Johnson - 10th overall selection in 1963 NBA Draft - dominant NBA power forward in the 1960s - Basketball Hall of Fame (2010)
Orlando Lightfoot all-time leading scorer of the Vandals with 2,102 points.[6]
Connor Hill Holds all time school record for 3 point shooting.
Retired numbers
No.PlayerPos.CareerNo. retired
6
Gary Simmons [7][8][9]
G
1955-58
Dec. 5, 1999
43
Gus Johnson [7]
F
1962-63
Jan. 30, 1987[10]
Season-by-Season Records
SeasonTeamOverallConferenceStandingPostseason
John G. Griffith (Independent) (1905–1907)
1905-06
John G. Griffith
3-2
 
 
 
1906-07
John G. Griffith
2-2
 
 
 
George Wyman (Independent) (1907–1908)
1907-08
George Wyman
2-5
 
 
 
George Wyman:
2-5
 
 
John S. Grogan (Independent) (1908–1910)
1908-09
John S. Grogan
5-9
 
 
 
1909-10
John S. Grogan
5-8
 
 
 
John S. Grogan:
10-17
 
 
John G. Griffith (Independent) (1910–1915)
1910-11
John G. Griffith
6-3
 
 
 
1911-12
John G. Griffith
1-12
 
 
 
1912-13
John G. Griffith
2-14
 
 
 
1913-14
John G. Griffith
10-5
 
 
 
1914-15
John G. Griffith
5-9
 
 
 
John G. Griffith:
29-47
 
 
Charles Rademacher (Independent) (1915–1916)
1915-16
Charles Rademacher
6-3
 
 
 
Charles Rademacher:
1-11
 
 
Hec Edmundson (Independent) (1916–1918)
1916-17
Hec Edmundson
8-8
 
 
 
1917-18
Hec Edmundson
12-1
 
 
 
Hec Edmundson:
20-9
 
 
W.C. Bleamaster (NWC) (1918–1919)
1918-19
W.C. Bleamaster
12-2
10-2
1st
 
W.C. Bleamaster:
12-2
10-2
 
Ralph Hutchinson (Independent) (1919–1920)
1919-20
Ralph Hutchinson
12-2
 
 
 
Ralph Hutchinson:
12-2
 
 
Dave MacMillan (Independent/PCC) (1920–1927)
1920-21
Dave MacMillan
15-4
 
 
 
1921-22
Dave MacMillan
19-2
7-0
1st
National - 1st Round
1922-23
Dave MacMillan
16-3
5-3
T-1st (N. div.)
 
1923-24
Dave MacMillan
12-8
4-6
4th (N. div.)
 
1924-25
Dave MacMillan
12-7
5-5
T-3rd (N. div.)
 
1925-26
Dave MacMillan
9-7
5-4
3rd (N. div.)
 
1926-27
Dave MacMillan
18-5
7-3
T-2nd (N. div.)
 
Dave MacMillan:
101-36
33-21
 
Richard A. Fox (PCC) (1927–1936)
1927-28
Richard A. Fox
11-8
4-6
3rd (N. div.)
 
1928-29
Richard A. Fox
8-10
6-4
2nd (N. div.)
 
1929-30
Richard A. Fox
6-18
4-12
5th (N. div.)
 
1930-31
Richard A. Fox
3-19
1-15
5th (N. div.)
 
1931-32
Richard A. Fox
8-16
2-14
5th (N. div.)
 
1932-33
Richard A. Fox
16-9
8-8
T-3rd (N. div.)
 
1933-34
Richard A. Fox
13-13
4-12
5th (N. div.)
 
1934-35
Richard A. Fox
10-16
4-12
5th (N. div.)
 
1935-36
Richard A. Fox
10-15
2-14
5th (N. div.)
 
Richard A. Fox:
85-124
35-97
 
Forrest Twogood (PCC) (1936–1941)
1936-37
Forrest Twogood
7-19
2-14
5th (N. div.)
 
1937-38
Forrest Twogood
24-11
12-8
T-3rd (N. div.)
 
1938-39
Forrest Twogood
12-19
1-15
5th (N. div.)
 
1939-40
Forrest Twogood
10-15
3-13
5th (N. div.)
 
1940-41
Forrest Twogood
13-15
4-12
5th (N. div.)
 
Forrest Twogood:
66-79
22-62
 
Guy Wicks (PCC) (1941–1942)
1941-42
Guy Wicks
12-16
3-13
5th (N. div)
 
J.A. "Babe" Brown (PCC) (1942–1946)
1942-43
J.A. "Babe" Brown
14-20
1-15
5th (N. div.)
 
1943-44
J.A. "Babe" Brown
7-16
5-11
3rd (N. div.)
 
1944-45
J.A. "Babe" Brown
11-19
3-13
5th (N. div.)
 
1945-46
J.A. "Babe" Brown
19-8
11-5
1st (N. div.)
PCC Finals[11]
J.A. "Babe" Brown:
51-63
20-44
 
Guy Wicks (PCC) (1946–1947)
1946-47
Guy Wicks
4-24
1-15
5th (N. div)
 
Guy Wicks:
16-40
4-28
 
Charles Finley (PCC) (1947–1954)
1947-48
Charles Finley
12-18
3-13
5th (N. div.)
 
1948-49
Charles Finley
13-15
7-9
4th (N. div.)
 
1949-50
Charles Finley
14-16
7-9
4th (N. div.)
 
1950-51
Charles Finley
14-13
6-10
4th (N. div.)
 
1951-52
Charles Finley
19-11
9-7
2nd (N. div.)
 
1952-53
Charles Finley
14-11
8-8
2nd (N. div.)
 
1953-54
Charles Finley
15-8
9-7
2nd (N. div.)
 
Charles Finley:
101-92
49-63
 
Harlan Hodges (PCC) (1954–1959)
1954-55
Harlan Hodges
8-18
5-11
5th (N. div.)
 
1955-56
Harlan Hodges
6-19
4-12
8th
 
1956-57
Harlan Hodges
10-16
4-12
7th
 
1957-58
Harlan Hodges
17-9
9-7
4th
 
1958-59
Harlan Hodges
11-15
6-10
7th
 
Harlan Hodges:
52-77
28-52
 
Dave Strack (Independent) (1959–1960)
1959-60
Dave Strack
11-15
 
 
 
Dave Strack:
11-15
 
 
Joe Cipriano (Independent) (1960–1963)
1960-61
Joe Cipriano
10-16
 
 
 
1961-62
Joe Cipriano
13-13
 
 
 
1962-63
Joe Cipriano
20-6
 
 
 
Joe Cipriano:
43-35
 
 
Jim Goddard (Big Sky) (1963–1966)
1963-64
Jim Goddard
7-19
4-6
5th
 
1964-65
Jim Goddard
6-19
4-6
4th
 
1965-66
Jim Goddard
12-14
2-8
5th
 
Jim Goddard:
25-52
10-20
 
Wayne Anderson (Big Sky) (1966–1974)
1966-67
Wayne Anderson
13-10
5-5
3rd
 
1967-68
Wayne Anderson
15-11
9-6
2nd
 
1968-69
Wayne Anderson
11-15
6-9
3rd
 
1969-70
Wayne Anderson
10-15
6-9
4th
 
1970-71
Wayne Anderson
14-12
8-6
2nd
 
1971-72
Wayne Anderson
5-20
2-12
8th
 
1972-73
Wayne Anderson
7-19
3-11
7th
 
1973-74
Wayne Anderson
12-14
5-9
6th
 
Wayne Anderson:
87-116
44-67
 
Jim Jarvis (Big Sky) (1974–1978)
1974-75
Jim Jarvis
10-16
4-10
8th
 
1975-76
Jim Jarvis
7-19
3-11
8th
 
1976-77
Jim Jarvis
5-21
3-11
8th
 
1977-78
Jim Jarvis
4-22
1-13
8th
 
Jim Jarvis:
26-78
11-45
 
Don Monson (Big Sky) (1978–1983)
1978-79
Don Monson
11-15
4-10
8th
 
1979-80
Don Monson
17-10
9-5
2nd
 
1980-81
Don Monson
25-4
12-2
1st
NCAA 1st Round
1981-82
Don Monson
27-3
13-1
1st
NCAA Sweet 16
1982-83
Don Monson
20-9
9-5
T-3rd
NIT 1st Round
Don Monson:
100-41
47-23
 
Bill Trumbo (Big Sky) (1983–1986)
1983-84
Bill Trumbo
9-19
4-10
8th
 
1984-85
Bill Trumbo
8-22
1-13
8th
 
1985-86
Bill Trumbo
10-18
4-10
8th
 
Bill Trumbo:
27-59
9-33
 
Tim Floyd (Big Sky) (1986–1988)
1986–87
Tim Floyd
16–14
6–10
6th
 
1987–88
Tim Floyd
19–11
11–6
2nd
 
Tim Floyd:
35-25
16-14
 
Kermit Davis (Big Sky) (1988–1990)
1988-89
Kermit Davis
25-6
13-3
1st
NCAA 1st Round
1989-90
Kermit Davis
25-6
13-3
1st
NCAA 1st Round
Larry Eustachy (Big Sky) (1990–1993)
1990–91
Larry Eustachy
19–11
11–5
3rd
 
1991–92
Larry Eustachy
18–14
10–6
3rd
 
1992–93
Larry Eustachy
24–8
11–3
1st
 
Larry Eustachy:
61-33
32-14
 
Joe Cravens (Big Sky) (1993–1996)
1993-94
Joe Cravens
18-10
12-15
3rd
 
1994-95
Joe Cravens
12-15
6-8
6th
 
1995-96
Joe Cravens
12-16
5-9
6th
 
Joe Cravens:
42-41
20-22
 
Kermit Davis (Big West) (1996–1997)
1996-97
Kermit Davis
13-17
5-11
5th (E. div.)
 
Kermit Davis:
63-29
31-17
 
David Farrar (Big West) (1997–2001)
1997-98
David Farrar
15-12
9-7
T-3rd (E. div.)
 
1998-99
David Farrar
16-11
11-6
3rd (E. div.)
 
1999-2000
David Farrar
12-17
6-10
3rd (E. div.)
 
2000-01
David Farrar
6-21
3-13
7th
 
David Farrar:
49-61
29-36
 
Leonard Perry (Big West) (2001–2005)
2001-02
Leonard Perry
9-19
6-12
8th
 
2002-03
Leonard Perry
13-15
9-9
5th
 
2003-04
Leonard Perry
14-16
9-9
4th
 
2004-05
Leonard Perry
8-22
6-12
8th
 
Leonard Perry (WAC) (2005–2006)
2005-06
Leonard Perry
4-25
1-15
9th
 
Leonard Perry:
48-97
31-57
 
George Pfeifer (WAC) (2006–2008)
2006–07
George Pfeifer
4-27
1-15
9th
 
2007–08
George Pfeifer
8-21
5-11
6th
 
George Pfeifer:
12-48
6-26
 
Don Verlin (WAC) (2008–present)
2008–09
Don Verlin
17–16
9–7
T-3rd
CIT Quarterfinals
2009–10
Don Verlin
15–16
6–10
T-6th
 
2010–11
Don Verlin
18–14
9–7
T-3rd
CIT First Round
2011–12
Don Verlin
19–14
9–5
3rd
CIT Second Round
2012–13
Don Verlin
12–18
7–11
6th
 
2013–14
Don Verlin
16–17
7–9
T-5th
 
Don Verlin:
97–95
47–49
 
Total:
1283–1429
 
      National champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion
References
Musick, Phil (March 14, 1981). "Wallace's basket gives Pitt OT win over Idaho, 70-69". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. p. 9.
Missildine, Harry (March 14, 1981-03-14). "Vandals victimized in overtime". Spokesman-Review. p. 17. Check date values in: |date= (help)
"UI: To Pullman with a bye". Spokesman-Review. March 8, 1982. p. 19.
Missildine, Harry (March 8, 1982). "Monson: Pullman isn't home, but it's neighborly". Spokesman-Review. p. 19.
Missildine, Harry (March 15, 1982). "Next stop, Provo". Spokesman-Review. p. 15.
"Orlando Lightfoot". University of Idaho Athletics Hall of Fame. Retrieved December 1, 2013.
"Vandal basketball media guide". University of Idaho Athletics. 2008–09. pp. 83–84. Check date values in: |date= (help)
"Simmons first Idaho cager with All-American memtion". Spokesman-Review. March 9, 1958. p. 4.
Missildine, Harry (October 20, 1960). "Glenn Simmons of Twin Falls visits". Spokesman-Review. p. 12.
"Johnson honored". Spokesman-Review. January 21, 1987. p. D2.
Spellecy, Denny (March 12, 1946). "Bears take Pacific Coast championship with win over Idaho, 55 to 36". Spokesman-Review. p. 9.
External links
Official website
University of Idaho
Idaho Vandals men's basketball
Big Sky Conference men's basketball
Categories:
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Loyola Marymount Lions
NO
NAME
POS
HT
WT
CLASS
HOMETOWN
1
Evan Payne
G
6-1
195
SO
Cuyahoga Falls, OH
2
Joshua Spiers
F
6-7
205
FR
Brisbane, QLD
3
Connor Jean
G
--
--
JR
--
5
Simon Krajcovic
G
6-3
185
FR
Povazska Bystrica, Slovakia
10
Matt Hayes
G
6-1
170
SO
Elk Grove, CA
11
Petr Herman
F
6-10
240
FR
Prague, Czech Republic
12
Steven Haney
F
6-5
195
SO
Fort Lauderdale, FL
13
Casey Norris
G
--
--
JR
--
14
Patson Siame
F
6-11
225
SO
Lusaka, Zambia
15
Tyler Batiste
G
--
--
FR
--
20
Devin Wyatt
F
6-7
195
FR
Desoto, TX
22
Godwin Okonji
F
6-8
220
SR
Lagos, Nigeria
23
Chase Flint
G
6-2
185
SR
Fruit Heights, UT
24
Ayodeji Egbeyemi
G
6-3
210
SR
Lagos, Nigeria
32
Sherman Vernon
F
--
--
JR
--
42
Marin Mornar
F
6-9
205
JR
Zagreb, Croatia
45
David Humphries
G
6-4
210
JR
Adelaide, SA
 
Loyola Marymount Lions men's basketball
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Loyola Marymount Lions
2014–15 Loyola Marymount Lions men's basketball team

University
Loyola Marymount University
Conference
WCC
Location
Los Angeles, CA
Head coach
Mike Dunlap (1st year)
Arena
Gersten Pavilion
(Capacity: 4,156)
Nickname
Lions
Colors
Crimson and Navy Blue
            
Uniforms




Home




Away




Alternate
NCAA Tournament Elite Eight
1990
NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1990
NCAA Tournament appearances
1961, 1980, 1988, 1989, 1990
Conference tournament champions
1988, 1989
Conference regular season champions
1988, 1990
The Loyola Marymount Lions Basketball team is the basketball team that represents Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California, United States. The school's team currently competes in the West Coast Conference. The team's last appearance in the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament was in 1990, where they advanced to the Elite Eight. They would lose to eventual national champion UNLV. Prior to the tournament, Lions star player Hank Gathers died during the WCC conference tournament from a heart condition. The Lions would go on to beat New Mexico State, defending champion Michigan, and Alabama. The 1990 squad was also the highest scoring team in NCAA Division I history with an average of 122 points per game.[1]
Contents
1 History
2 Postseason results
2.1 NCAA Tournament results
2.2 NIT results
2.3 CIT results
3 Retired numbers
4 Lions in professional basketball
5 References
6 External links
History
The Lions burst onto the national basketball scene in the late 1980s under coach Paul Westhead. His teams led Division I in scoring in 1988 (110.3 points per game), 1989 (112.5) and 1990 (122.4).[2] LMU's 122.4 point per game in 1990 was still a record as of October 2010.[3] As of October 2010, Loyola Marymount held the five highest combined scoring games in Division I history. Four of the five occurred during Westhead's career, including a record 331 in the 181–150 win over United States International University on January 31, 1989.[4]
Hank Gathers and Bo Kimble transferred to LMU from the University of Southern California.[5] In the 1988–89 season, Gathers became the second player in NCAA Division I history to lead the nation in scoring and rebounding in the same season, averaging 32.7 points and 13.7 rebounds per game.[6][7] In the 1989–90 season, Kimble led the nation in scoring averaging 35.3 points per game. Both Gathers and Kimble were consensus second team All-American selections in 1990.[8][9]
In the 1989–90 season, Gathers died after collapsing during the second round of the WCC tournament. The team subsequently reached the Elite Eight in the 1990 NCAA tournament. Gathers (#44) and teammate Bo Kimble (#30) had their jerseys retired by LMU.
Postseason results
NCAA Tournament results
The Lions have appeared in the NCAA Tournament five times. Their combined record is 5–5.
YearRoundOpponentResult/Score
1961
Regional Semifinals
Regional 3rd Place Game
Utah
USC
L 75–91
W 69–67
1980
First Round
Arizona State
L 71–99
1988
First Round
Second Round
Wyoming
North Carolina
W 119–115
L 97–123
1989
First Round
Arkansas
L 101–120
1990
First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
New Mexico State
Michigan
Alabama
UNLV
W 111–92
W 149–115
W 62–60
L 101–131
NIT results
The Lions have appeared in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) one time. Their record is 1–1.
YearRoundOpponentResult/Score
1986
First Round
Second Round
California
Wyoming
W 80–75
L 90–99
CIT results
The Lions have appeared in the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT) one time. Their record is 2–1.
YearRoundOpponentResult/Score
2012
First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Cal State Fullerton
Weber State
Utah State
W 89–79
W 84–78OT
L 69–77
Retired numbers
Loyola Marymount Lions retired numbers
No.PlayerPos.CareerNo. retirement
30
Bo Kimble
SG
1987-90
19 February 2000
44 1
Hank Gathers
F
1988-90
1 Posthumously retired.
Lions in professional basketball
The following Lion players have played in the NBA:
Rick Adelman
Bo Kimble
Corey Gaines
References
http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/m_basketball_RB/2011/D1.pdf
NCAA (November 10, 2010). "2010–11 NCAA Men's Basketball Records - Division I Records". NCAA.org. NCAA. p. 39. Archived from the original on March 7, 2011.
NCAA 2010, p.5
NCAA 2010, pp.28–29
Florence, Mal Taken From 3 USC Freshmen: Lewis, Gathers and Kimble Receive Word From Raveling. Los Angeles Times, April 15, 1986
Hersch, Hank (February 13, 1989). "Gathers 'round The Rim". Sports Illustrated. Archived from the original on March 7, 2011.
Maxey, Wendell (March 4, 2010). "Hank Gathers' legacy endures 20 years after tragic on-court death". USA Today. Archived from the original on March 7, 2011.
NCAA 2010, p.23
NCAA (October 31, 2008). "NCAA Men's Basketball Records (Award Winners)". p. 137. Archived from the original on March 8, 2011.
External links
Basketball Reference
Men's Basketball Single Season and Career Records

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