Men's Basketball


2020 Vision

I am urging our nation’s young people to “be the change [they] want to see in the world.” I am urging young people, especially the Class of 2020, to share in my vision: a vision in which 2020 is the year we make significant progress on the road to defeat racism and systemic inequality.


Kicking Bass

Senior guard Justin Bassey skies to the hoop in a late-February Ivy League tilt. In his senior season, the Denver native started all 29 games, averaging 28.2 minutes per contest, before the season ended with the cancellation of the Ivy League Tournament.


Senior Perspective: Justin Bassey

My journey through Harvard and with Harvard Basketball has been the greatest adventure of my life thus far.


Going Home: Bryce Aiken Announces Transfer to Seton Hall

Aiken will play next season as a graduate transfer for the Seton Hall Pirates, a decision he announced this afternoon on his Instagram page.


Much to Give, Plenty to Prove: Seth Towns Returns Home

“Home is where the heart is,” said Towns in an announcement on Saturday night’s 11PM SportsCenter. “...That opportunity to fight for the city that raised me is so invaluable.”


Seth Towns Announces Graduate Transfer Commitment to Ohio State

Harvard senior Seth Towns, the 2017-2018 Ivy League Player of the Year, announced on Saturday night that he will commit to Ohio State University as a graduate transfer.


Denied by Bake

Senior forward Robert Baker earned four rejections on Saturday night against Yale.


Lewis Slams

Chris Lewis dunks for two of his 13 points. He was one of seven Harvard seniors honored on senior night at Lavietes Pavilion, but his efficient performance was not enough to extend the Crimson's six game winning streak.


Men's Basketball Falls to Brown on Senior Night For First Home Loss

On senior night, it was Brown’s senior sharpshooter Zach Hunsaker who stole the show at Lavietes Pavilion, snapping the Crimson's six game winning streak and sending Harvard to its first home defeat of the season.


The New York Connection: Idan Tretout and Chris Ledlum's Journeys to Harvard

For a team as geographically diverse as the men’s basketball team, it is always fascinating to see whether the incoming recruiting class adds to the vast spectrum of hometowns already on the team.  This year’s freshman class did just that, contributing yet another place to the Ontarios and Californias corresponding to almost half of the roster. This year’s freshman class included a state that surprisingly enough has not been seen under the “hometown” column since the 2010-11 season.


On the Same Page

The Crimson seeks its third consecutive Ivy League title this weekend.


One Final Test: Pre-Tournament Reflections on the Men's Basketball Season

In the last chapter of the narrative arc of these seniors, it will likely not be individual star power, highlight-reel moments, or even on-court familiarity that will determine whether they earn the NCAA Tournament berth they have long, long coveted.


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