Anton Watson, who declared for the NBA Draft last month while maintaining an option of returning to Gonzaga, has received an invitation to the NBA G League Elite Camp.The G League camp is an opportunity for draft prospects to compete in front of NBA and NBA G League coaches, scouts and front-office executives. The 47 players invited will play five-on-five games and participate in strength and agility drills.
Wake Forest has added a second former Gonzaga player with Efton Reid III announcing his commitment Thursday to the ACC school. Reid joins former GU guard Hunter Sallis, who committed to the Demon Deacons just over a week ago.
Gonzaga women's basketball players Yvonne Ejim, Esther Little, Brynna Maxwell and Calli Stokes are scheduled to compete in the USA Basketball 2023 3X Nationals, taking place this weekend in Colorado Springs, Colo.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Golden State Warriors made it clear what they thought of Sacramento Kings center Domantas Sabonis’ shooting throughout a first-round playoff series that concluded with last Sunday’s Game 7 loss.
MOSCOW, Idaho – Carrie Eighmey, who coached Nebraska-Kearney for eight seasons and led the team to NCAA Division II Tournament appearances the past three seasons, was announced Friday as Idaho’s 10th women’s basketball head coach.
Former Gonzaga guard Hunter Sallis, one of three five-star recruits in program history, announced Wednesday he’ll continue his career at Wake Forest. “Let’s hoop,” Sallis posted on Instagram with a picture of himself in a Wake Forest No. 4 uniform and Demon Deacons coach Steve Forbes.
The list of Gonzaga players to declare for the NBA draft grew to five with the league releasing the names of the 242 early entrants Tuesday night. Senior forward Anton Watson has entered his name, joining Drew Timme, Julian Strawther, Malachi Smith and Steele Venters. The latter four had previously announced their intentions.Watson, Venters, Smith and Strawther retained their college eligibility, but Strawther probably has played his last game as a Zag with numerous mock drafts projecting him as a late first round or early-to-mid second-round pick.
The Wyoming transfer eventually trimmed his list to Indiana, Providence, Xavier, Georgetown and Gonzaga. The Zags moved to the top shortly into Ike’s campus visit last weekend. "What it really was when I touched the campus and saw the family environment, it was great,” said Ike, pronounced E-kay. “There was big love there. It was amazing to see all the players that come back, the (former) players on staff and they're all treated like family