Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball

Chambers, Miller Chosen as Next Men's Basketball Captains While Edosomwan and Okolie Chosen as Team MVPs

­As it officially turns the page to the 2016-2017 season, the Harvard men’s basketball team has chosen its two oldest players to lead it. At its end of year banquet Monday, the team announced that Siyani Chambers ’16-’17 and Corbin Miller ’15-’17 would be the captains for upcoming season.

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Princeton Tabbed Early Favorite in 2016-2017 Bracketology

With the dawning of April have come the way-too-early projections for the 2017 college basketball season. Kicking off the empirically foolish prognostications is Joe Lunardi, who selected Princeton as the Ivy League’s representative to the 2016-2017 NCAA Tournament

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Former Harvard Assistant Hufnagel Hired by Nevada

Former Harvard assistant coach Yann Hufnagel, who was fired from the same position at California in March after a university report that he had sexually harassed a reporter, was hired Friday by the University of Nevada for the same role.

Makai-ing Moves
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Makai-ing Moves

Yale sophomore point guard Makai Mason, shown above being defended by Harvard point guard Siyani Chambers in the 2015 Ivy League playoff, has declared for the NBA Draft.

Makai-ing Moves
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Yale's Makai Mason Declares for NBA Draft

​Monday, Yale sophomore point guard Makai Mason shook the Ivy League by declaring for the NBA draft. Seniors declaring for the NBA draft is rare enough in the Ancient Eight; Mason’s decision, even coming on the heels of a 31-point outburst against fifth-seeded Baylor in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, is nearly unprecedented.

Moving On
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Moving On

Senior Pat Steeves will continue his basketball career after graduating from Harvard, as the upperclassmen will transfer to a yet to be determined school. After three seasons battling injury, Steeves became an important part of a rebuilding Crimson squad.

Moving On
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Men's Basketball's Steeves Set to Transfer, Continue Playing Career After Graduation

The upperclassman, who sat out his first three seasons in Cambridge due to recurring injury, confirmed late Tuesday that he will transfer to another school for at least the 2016-2017 season.

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Former Men's Basketball Assistant Coach Caught Up In Scandal

On the eve of the first NCAA Tournament Harvard won’t be participating in since 2011, the Crimson made their way into the news for the wrong reasons.

Sudden Tourney
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Sudden Tourney

No longer will the fate of Harvard basketball teams be determined solely by regular season play. On Wednesday the Ivy League became the last conference in the nation to create a postseason tournament.

Locked In
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Locked In

Throughout the season, senior Agunwa Okolie showed impressive defensive versatility, guarding every position on the floor.

Locked In
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Okolie Named Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year

It was the second straight year that a Harvard player has won the award, with former co-captain Steve Moundou-Missi ’15 taking the award a year ago.

Sudden Tourney
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Ivy League Adopts Conference Tournament for Men's and Women's Basketball

The tournament will exclude half the league’s teams, maintaining some of the importance of regular season play.

Defensive Power
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Defensive Power

Senior forward Agunwa Okolie was the second consecutive Crimson player to earn Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year honors, but junior forward Zena Edosomwan poised another strong post-presence. The duo of Edosomwan and sophomore Chris Egi will look to defend the paint in 2016-2017.

Senior Steeves
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Men's Basketball Poised to Rebound in 2016-2017

At its peak, this team pushed top-10 foes Providence, Kansas, and Oklahoma to the limit—throw in a win over BYU and Harvard demonstrated a peak on par with Crimson squads of the past.

Post Presence
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Post Presence

Junior forward Zena Edosomwan was missing last time the Crimson faced Penn, but will be a factor on Saturday night in containing Quaker senior Darien Nelson-Henry.