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. Continue reading

Yahoo Sports: WCC preview

Yahoo sports posted a great preview of the upcoming WCC basketball season today. Very impressive that LMU is noted as having the best recruiting class in the conference.  Continue reading

WCC ESPN Nonconference schedule analysis

The start of the WCC basketball season is getting closer and the excitement certainly is building. In the past few years the WCC has garnered multiple bids in the Big Dance. In large part the is a result of WCC teams willingness to play anyone anywhere during the non-conference portion of the schedule. Continue reading

LMU Recruit D’Erryl Williams to SDSU

D’Erryl Williams committed to SDSU on Saturday night during his official visit. Williams was one of several shooting guard recruits that recruiting sites has listed as LMU recruiting.  Continue reading

Coach Good Speaks at the Wooden Tip Off-Luncheon

The annual College Basketball Tip-Off Luncheon was held  Wednesday, Oct. 10 at noon at the Los Angeles Athletics club. Coach Good was in attendance and spoke at the event. Continue reading

WCC Recruiting rundown


By Ironlion
A fair amount of time has passed since my last WCC recruiting rundown, and I figure an update is due.

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LMU HOOPS WEEKEND

By Ironlion
There were several exciting hoops events going on this weekend that I was able to check out which I have provided a summary for.  Continue reading

LMU RECRUIT : TEVON SADDLER

Per Rivals.com LMU has offered a scholarship to Tevon Saddler a 6’5” SG out of Baltimore. Continue reading

Patson Siame at the Pangos!

The Pangos All-American camp is one of the first major AAU basketball events in the summer. This invitation only camp attracts some of the highest rated HS players from across the nation. Continue reading

Ben Dickinson transfers to LMU!

Per a recent article in the New York times Ben Dickinson a 6’9” 230 lb PF from Alexandria, Virginia who played last year at Binghamton University will transfer to LMU. Continue reading