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Gonzaga incoming freshmen Chet Holmgren and Hunter Sallis and Washington State sophomore Dishon Jackson received invitations to USA Basketball’s U19 World Cup team training camp.
Five former Gonzaga men’s basketball players have jumped on the podcast upswing in the last couple years.
Kaden Perry, one of four players in Gonzaga’s 2021 recruiting class, is slowly recovering from the non-contact injury three weeks ago. Perry said he heard a pop when he bent down and four or five more when he tried to jump up to defend a Prairie player’s shot. He was in pain immediately upon landing and crumpled to the court.
Corey Kispert’s collection of awards grew by one Friday, putting him in select company in Gonzaga history.
Gonzaga point guard Andrew Nembhard and former Zags’ Kelly Olynyk and Brandon Clarke are among 21 players attending Canada’s senior national team training camp next month.
Gonzaga is close to finalizing an agreement to play Alabama this December in the return of the Battle in Seattle.
Drew Timme’s nifty footwork and ‘stache’ celebrations are returning to Gonzaga for another season. Timme announced Wednesday he is returning for his junior season and will not pursue professional options.
Drew Timme announced Wednesday he's returning for his junior season and will not pursue professional options. His decision, which was expected by most NBA Draft analysts, solidifies the Zags’ roster, which includes the nation’s second-ranked recruiting class.
At 23 and about to reach the early pinnacle of his young NBA career, Rui Hachimura felt more as though he was back at Gonzaga University.
Aaron Cook will be wearing a different Bulldogs uniform next season. The former Gonzaga guard announced Monday he is transferring to Georgia.
When assistant coach Tommy Lloyd – literally the only person Stephen Gentry knew when he first came to Gonzaga – was hired as head coach at Arizona, it didn’t take long for the Zags to reach out to Gentry. Or for Gentry to accept an offer to return as an assistant coach.
When a high-level recruit like Hickman – No. 22 in ESPN’s rankings and No. 29 in 247sports composite rankings – decommits, tons of other programs come calling.
Stephen Gentry, a walk-on at Gonzaga in the 2000s and director of basketball operations in 2018-19, is returning as an assistant coach. Gentry spent the last two seasons as an assistant coach at Illinois.
Given the former Gonzaga assistant's background, it should come as no surprise that the Wildcats have been successful thus far recruiting talent.
Twenty teams are still chasing an NBA championship, but eight face a longer, winding road. Those eight are in the play-in tournament. That’s where former Gonzaga standouts – Rui Hachimura (Washington), Domantas Sabonis (Indianapolis) and Brandon Clarke and Killian Tillie (Memphis) – face long odds of making a prolonged playoff run.
The highest rated recruiting class in Gonzaga history has received another five-star addition.
For the second time in school history, Gonzaga’s basketball season ended on the sport’s biggest stage: the national championship.
Point guard Nolan Hickman, one of the top uncommitted recruits in the 2021 class, has narrowed his list to Gonzaga, Auburn and Kansas.
Gonzaga and UCLA discussed a rematch of last month's Final Four thriller, but it’s apparently not going to happen next season.
Tommy Lloyd made it known during his first press conference as Arizona’s head coach that he wasn’t looking forward to the Gonzaga-Arizona contest scheduled for November. Lloyd won’t have to worry about an emotional Spokane homecoming with Monday’s news that the Zags-Wildcats matchup won’t be played next season. The game has been pushed back, possibly until the 2024-25 season, the Arizona Daily Star reported.