Category: Features

Catching Up With Jeff Fryer

By Andy Hui “Fryer for Three!” was once a familiar phrase of national television and radio media that covered LMU basketball, as the high-scoring Lions under Coach Paul Westhead, made their way to an Elite Eight finish in 1990.

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WCC highly ranked by SI

The quality of basketball in the WCC has really taken off. This is the result of teams like Gonzaga and St. Mary’s giving us a great national reputation. The addition of BYU to the league has taken us to the next level.

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WCC Media day-Anthony Ireland named to 2012-13 Preseason All-WCC Team

A lot of exciting WCC basketball news released during the media day. Head Coaches and student athletes from each school spoke about the upcoming season.

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WCC 2012 Men’s Basketball Tip-Off Today

The WCC will hold its Men’s Basketball Tip off show today at 11:30am. This is a great way for fans to interact with players and coaches in the conference. 

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LMU Basketball-Jordan Brand

this is the Jordan Brand excerpt.

Crimson- Navy Scrimmage

Saturday, October 20-2012- Gersten Pavilion By IronLion Lions basketball fans that attended the Crimson-Navy scrimmage got their first chance to look at the Lions 2012-2013 team.

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LMU Midnight Madness

The 2012-2013 LMU Basketball season is getting closer by the day, and the excitement is certainly building. The kick-off of the season is Midnight Madness that gives LMU fans a preview of the upcoming season. 

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Robert Sacre is trying for the Most Unique Position in Sports

(Article courtesy of My Hooploops, A Top Down Look at the NBA from the Bottom Up) There is one seat that is fought over with an intensity, seldom seen outside the battlefield or ancient coliseums. It is the war that rages around the last folding chair on every NBA team’s roster.

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Great Story on Ashley Hamilton on Hoopsfix.com

Last night at the Madness at Midnight Ashley Hamilton was introduced at the “Mayor of LMU” Here is a great story on him. 

A very special coach

JaSim Joshua Pabon, is a fifth grader Curtis Elementary School, who is also a Honorary Assistant Basketball Coach. A rare blood disorder keeps JaSim from playing basketball or any contact sport, but it  doesn’t keep him from the game.

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