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Bryce Spots
Men's Basketball

Bryce Spots

Freshman guard Bryce Aiken drives in Harvard’s Mar. 4 loss against Penn. Aiken will have an increased load next year due to the departure of senior guard Siyani Chambers as the Crimson hope for the best.

Bryce Spots
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The Best Days May Be Ahead For Harvard Basketball

But, for the first time since the 2014-2015 season, Amaker won’t have the significant hurdle next season of working with a core of brand new players. The Crimson currently has three recruits set to join the squad in 2017, but it returns 73 percent of its points and 87 percent of its minutes from this season.

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Alumni Update: Jeremy Lin

Since leaving Cambridge, Jeremy Lin has bounced around with a variety of NBA teams. However, he may have found a more permanent home this season, as he signed a three year deal with the rebuilding Brooklyn Nets.

Captain Chambers' Court
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Captain Chambers' Court

Senior co-captain Siyani Chambers finished his Harvard basketball career in the Ivy Tournament against Yale.

Buckets for Bryce
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Buckets for Bryce

Freshman guard Bryce Aiken had the hot hand against the Bulldogs, notching 28 points—a career-high.

Consoling Chambers
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Consoling Chambers

Sophomore forward Balsa Dragovic consoles co-captain Siyani Chambers after the Crimson fell short against the Bulldogs.

Siyani and the Semis
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Siyani and the Semis

Co-captain Siyani Chambers, pictured in previous action against Penn, looks to lead the Crimson to the championship game in the inaugural Ivy league tournament.

All Aiken
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All Aiken

Freshman guard Bryce Aiken notched a career-high 28 points against Yale, but they weren't enough to push the Crimson past the Bulldogs.

Brycing for Impact
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Brycing for Impact

Freshman guard Bryce Aiken led all scorers with 28 points but the effort was not enough as Harvard fell to Yale, 73-71, in the semifinals of the Ivy League Tournament.

Brycing for Impact
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Notebook: Freshmen Aiken, Bruner, Oni Shine in Ivy Semifinal, Harvard's Shooters Come Up Short

​A frantic second half comeback spearheaded by freshman guard Bryce Aiken was not enough as the Harvard men’s basketball team fell to Yale, 73-71, in the semifinals of Saturday’s inaugural Ivy League Tournament.

Palestra Preview
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Palestra Preview

The Ivy League has rebranded the Palestra, traditionally Penn's home gym, to feel more like a neutral site for the Ivy League Tournament.

Bryce ROY
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Bryce ROY

Freshman guard Bryce Aiken earned the Ivy League Rookie of the Year title for the men, beating out a slew of strong freshman such as Miye Oni of Yale and Penn's AJ Brodeur.

Palestra Preview
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Tommy Amaker and Kathy Delaney-Smith Praise Inaugural Ivy League Tournament at Media Day

Despite the quirks and potential adjustments, both Tommy Amaker, coach of the Harvard men’s basketball team, and Kathy Delaney-Smith, coach of the Harvard women’s basketball team, are glad the tournament finally became a reality this year.

Bryce ROY
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Aiken and Benzan Headline Ivy Postseason Awards for Men's and Women's Basketball

For Harvard basketball this year it hasn’t been a matter of pure freshman talent or veteran senior experience—in fact for the most part, it’s been a lot of both.

All Aiken
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Men's Basketball Falls to Yale in Ivy League Semi-Final

A frantic second half comeback came up short as the Harvard men’s basketball team fell to Yale, 73-71, in the semifinals of Saturday’s inaugural Ivy League Tournament.