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Men's Basketball Looks To Bounce Back from Penn Loss

In Ivy men’s basketball, nearly anything is possible.

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Crimson Plays Final Home Weekend

About 51 weeks ago, the Harvard men’s basketball team welcomed Penn and Princeton to Lavietes Pavilion with a share of the Ivy title on the line. The stakes surrounding this weekend’s visits by the Quakers and the Tigers remain the same, but with a few added twists. Now in first place rather than second, the Crimson (23-3, 9-1 Ivy) will also have the luxury of an additional pair of games to attempt to become sole champions of the league for the first time in school history.

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Junior point guard Brandyn Curry, shown here in earlier action, scored 18 points and dished out five assists, both team highs, to lead the Harvard men's basketball team to a 66-51 win over Yale.

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Men's Basketball Continues Quest for League Title

Around 7:45 p.m. Eastern Standard Time last Saturday evening, everything appeared to be going right for Harvard men’s basketball.

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NOTEBOOK: Poor Shooting From Rosen Helps Men's Basketball Top Quakers

Zack Rosen got the shots he wanted Friday evening—he just couldn’t get them to fall. Now in his third year as a team captain, Penn’s first-team all-Ivy stalwart has turned in a remarkable senior season so far. He currently sits in the top three in the league in scoring, assists, and minutes per game and was named one of 20 finalists for the prestigious Bob Cousy Award last month. But in his final chance to knock off No. 21/25 Harvard in the storied Palestra, the unquestioned heart and soul of the

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Former Harvard standout Jeremy Lin '10 may start for the New York Knicks tonight in their matchup with the Utah Jazz.

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While sophomore Laurent Rivard, shown here in earlier action, uncharacteristically struggled at the free-throw line, the guard still managed to score a game-high 20 points in Harvard's 57-52 win over Columbia.

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Jeremy Lin '10 has stepped up his game for the New York Knicks after a brief visit to the NBA Development League

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Yale’s Offense Falters Under Pressure

As they watched their opponents toss away another pass into the stands Friday evening, the No. 23 Harvard men’s basketball ...

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Frontcourt Propels Harvard to Win

PROVIDENCE, R.I.—Predicted to challenge for a spot among the top half of the Ancient Eight after being picked fifth in the preseason media poll and leading the league in scoring offense last year, Brown men’s basketball has so far played a season to forget.

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No. 24 Harvard Men's Basketball Rips Dartmouth, 54-38

HANOVER, N.H.—If the No. 24 Harvard men’s basketball team is to live up to expectations and earn the first outright Ivy title in school history, the league favorite must be prepared to grind out low-scoring affairs in front of sizeable road crowds throughout the Ancient Eight.

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NOTEBOOK: No. 25 Harvard Rides Uncharacteristic Strong Start to Easy Victory

Harvard had made a habit of slow starts in its earlier contests this season. But on Saturday against George Washington, with 9:11 remaining in the opening half, the Crimson held a six-point lead before jumping out on a 14-2 run to enter halftime with a 33-13 lead.

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Co-captain Brogan Berry recorded a double-double on Tuesday against UMass, scoring 12 points and dishing out 10 assists.

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To which NBA point guard is Harvard junior Brandyn Curry most similar?

From Coast to Coast
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From Coast to Coast

The New York Knicks added former Harvard guard Jeremy Lin '10 to their already injury-plagued backcourt on Tuesday.

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Dos Besos

A World Cup Malcontent
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A World Cup Malcontent

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Then Rain Comes

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Rainy Day Impression