Even though the college basketball recruiting landscape will look incredibly altered this year, there are still many coaches scrambling to add the key piece to a recruiting class or snag the best player on the transfer market. Here we will keep up with the rumors surrounding who Memphis and Coach Penny Hardaway are looking to sign for the 2020 class.
We all want the NBA to resume games (under safe conditions of course), but the NBA wants more than that.
Need some Tigers basketball content? We’ve compiled a notebook on all of the Memphis Tiger freshmen and their peers. Was each guy properly rated compared to those in his class? You make the call.
We’re back during this god awful lockdown to bring you our greatest college basketball programs from 45-41. We welcome back our good friend, Matt Alameda, as he gives us his thoughts on the list. Without giving anything away, this list was dominated by the mid majors. We also talk more about historical venues as The Shark and Taylor are on opposite sides of the fence on one particular team. It was kind’ve like that scene in Old School where Will Ferrell and the Ragin Cajun, James Carville, debate and even though Ferrell wins, you can’t knock Carville. Then we finish it up with Where Am I? and Hugs. “Have at it, hoss.”
Over the weekend, Precious Achiuwa declared for the NBA draft and our friends over at Theater in College Hoops posed a question: where does Precious rank in your list of all-time favorite Tigers? The crew took a few days to think this over and came together to discuss their lists of favorite players (starting at the Cal era since that’s all we can truly claim to remember).
The TICH guys have spent hours crunching the numbers and checking their hearts to compile a complete list of the top 50 college basketball programs. This is the off-season content you need.
Here you will find a wide range of recruiting rumors related to the University of Memphis and Coach Penny Hardaway’s 2021 recruiting class.
Affleck as an alcoholic has-been player brought back in to coach his high school alma mater? Sign us the hell up!
According to most, Grizzlies point guard Ja Morant is the runaway favorite for the Rookie of the Year award this season. His new teammate agrees with this assessment, despite the cries of another candidate.
In this episode Mason and Sam are joined by their good friend and longtime San Antonio Spurs fan, Jonathan AKA Chico. The guys relive the 2011 First Round matchup of the NBA Playoffs, which saw the 8-seeded Grizzlies earn their first Playoff win in franchise history as well as their first Playoff series win by knocking off the top-seeded Spurs. Jump on in and enjoy the glory days of one, Zach Randolph, while we try to make it through this quarantine together. #StayHome