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Turk’s Take: The West Coast Conference 2019-2020

If nothing else, the West Coast Conference has become predictable.  Since 1999, Gonzaga has won 19 of the 21 regular-season titles, and 16 times they have claimed the WCC Tournament Championship.  As the Zags enter conference play holding the nation’s #1 ranking, there is no reason to believe they won’t win both again.

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LMU’s Eli Scott Named WCC Player of the Week

Press release here.

Coach Max Good inducted into Maine Basketball Hall of Fame

Congratulations to Coach Max Good who inducted into the Maine Basketball Hall of Fame on Sunday, August 18th 2019. Coach Good was introduced by former MCI and NBA player Caron Butler. Additional coverage of the event can be read here. Coach Good was at Maine Central Institute from 1989 to 1999 and went 275-30, winning …

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WCC transfer update

Here is current list of incoming and outgoing transfers from WCC schools.

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Donald Gipson to transfer from LMU

Eric Sondheimer from the LA Times broke the news that Gipson, the former Fairfax All-City guard Donald Gipson announced he will be transferring.

Gabby Green signs with the Los Angeles Sparks

Green just finished her senior season at LMU, despite being on the injury list for several games she averaged 13.6 points, 6 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 2.7 steals per game.

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Zafir Williams to transfer from LMU

Sophomore forward Zafir Williams intends to transfer from LMU.

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Turk’s Take – Conference Tournament Preview

Expect Early Madness Already in March Let’s cut to the chase. Gonzaga is going to win the West Coast Conference Tournament. Hands down they are the best team in the conference by a fairly sizable gap. After that, each of the other teams is capable of beating the other. For that reason, expect a few …

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Turk’s Take: 2018-2019 WCC Preview

The 2018-19 West Coast Conference begins as it has for some time now – with Gonzaga tabbed to be the league favorite.  However, this year, there could be some changes as to which teams land in the #2 – #6 spots.  If someone can separate themselves from what is likely to be a logjam in …

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