"Outside of Rhode Island, it's as unpredictable as it's ever been,'' La Salle coach John Giannini said. "I really think there's nine or 10 teams that are so close you could just pick the names out of a hat right now in terms of trying to predict where they would finish.''
The past was a topic at Tuesday's Atlantic 10 media day at Capital One Arena (nee Verizon Center), site of the A-10 Tournament in March. The future was a bigger topic.
First in a series looking at some of Philadelphia's men's basketball players to watch.
The Explorers will play Northwestern on the first day at 2:30 p.m.
Michael Brooks’ friends and acquaintances still look for reasons that he cut himself off from his country, from them.
He initially claimed he was urinating near a Lower Merion trail.
"That's been a dream of mine for the last 17 years," said Carr, who is one of six Explorers players to have scored more than 2,000 points.
David Miller makes the move after five years at the Inter-Ac school, which he led to much success.
The Explorers have added local point guard Traci Carter, a transfer from Marquette.
Doug Overton, the former La Salle basketball star and coach at Lincoln University who was charged with exposing himself on a Lower Merion trail over the weekend, said he was just urinating. "It appears I wasn’t as discreet as I thought," he wrote.
Doug Overton, a star player for La Salle, played 11 seasons of professional basketball for eight different teams, including 10 games with the Sixers during the 1998-99 season.
Here is all you need to know about the three-day event that runs Thursday through Saturday at Franklin Field.
The deal is worth millions of dollars over at least 10 years, a source said.
Villanova was the big winners of the Big Five awards announced Tuesday, with Josh Hart being named player of the year and Jay Wright winning coach of the year honors.