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Triple Threat
Men's Basketball

Triple Threat

Sophomore forward Seth Towns sets up in triple threat position in the Feb 10. victory against Penn.

Triple Threat
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Embarks on Road Trip to Face Killer P's

Harvard’s roster has combined for 44.1 percent of the Crimsons points and, as is the case for most teams, the forwards for Tommy Amaker’s team take care of the majority of the team’s rebounding needs.

Doo it for Doo
Men's Basketball

Harvard's Shamrock

After 14 seasons as the strength coach of the NBA's Boston Celtics, Bryan Doo has embraced a new role on Harvard coach Tommy Amaker's staff.

Charity Stripe Shot
Men's Basketball

Charity Stripe Shot

Sophomore forward Seth Towns sets up for a free-throw in last weekend's victory against Yale. Towns is shooting 77.9 percent from the charity stripe.

Charity Stripe Shot
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Fights Back to Beat Princeton in Overtime

The Harvard men's basketball team led for a mere 37 seconds of regulation, but the Crimson dominated the overtime session to top Princeton, 72-66, on Friday night at Jadwin Arena.

Eyes on the Prize
Men's Basketball

Eyes on the Prize

Junior guad Corey Johnson intently storms down the court in the Crimson's victory against rival Yale.

Eyes on the Prize
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Men's Basketball To Take On Princeton, Penn For The Top Spot In The Ivy League

As Harvard (14-11, 9-1 Ivy) prepares for the Tigers (11-14, 3-7) and Quakers (19-7, 9-1 Ivy) in its penultimate regular season weekend, the focus is clear: continue its late-season momentum and avoid even thinking about the second trip back to Philadelphia on March 10.

The Entire Harvard Bench
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The Entire Harvard Bench

The Harvard bench observes game action during its Feb. 17 victory against Yale. Auxiliary staff including team trainers, medical staff, strength coaches, and managers line the far end of bench.

Osberg in a Suit
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Osberg in a Suit

Assistant Director of Strength & Conditioning Luke Osberg joined Harvard Athletics in August 2014 and now works as the primary strength coach for men's basketball.

Huddle Up MBB
Men's Basketball

Huddle Up MBB

The team prepares for tip-off in its Jan. 26 contest against Yale. 16 of the team's 19 players have made at least one start this season.

Rio and the Headband
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Rio and the Headband

Freshman guard Rio Haskett logged four steals against Yale on Feb 17. The L.C. Bird graduate is averaging 15.1 minutes per game this season.

Doo it for Doo
Men's Basketball

Doo it for Doo

Bryan Doo looks on during a timeout against Penn on Feb. 17.

Lewis Cannot be Stopped
Men's Basketball

Notebook: Fast Start, Balance Help Lead Men's Basketball to Win Over Yale

Much like in its last battle with the Bulldogs, Harvard came out fast and rode a strong first half to victory. However, unlike in the first meeting, Yale was never able to get within striking distance after the break. Four Harvard players were in double figures and the team shot a blistering 46.3 percent from the field. Meanwhile, the Bulldogs scored just 49 points to mark their fewest in a game this year.

Setting the Bar
Men's Basketball

Defense Helps Harvard in Low-Scoring Win Over Brown

Though the Crimson would lead for nearly the entire contest, neither club could seem to find its way offensively, as the Bears shot 38 percent on the night while Harvard would hardly best that mark, shooting 40 percent from the field.

Corey Looking Up
Men's Basketball

Corey Looking Up

Junior wing Corey Johnson prepares to attack the basket in last Friday's contest against Princeton.

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