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The DMV saw one potential star leaving with another potential star coming in. Maryland’s Aaron Wiggins announced that he will test the NBA waters. ❤️🙏🏽 — Aaron (@Aaron_Wiggins_) April 9, 2021 Wiggins averaged 14.5 points a game. When George Mason hired Kim English, the first time coach said thereRead More →

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The Erie Bayhawks announced that they will cease operations. This past season, the New Orleans Pelicans G-League team partnered with the Capitol City Go-Go to field a roster. Erie Basketball Management’s president, Matt Bresee, and sole managing partner, Owen McCormick released the following statement: “We’ve made the determination that weRead More →

George Washington Women's Head Basketball Coach Caroline McCombs

George Washington introduced new women’s basketball head coach, Caroline McCombs. McCombs comes to George Washington after a stint with Stony Brook that saw her take the program to the NCAA tournament. “Today is a dream come true,” said McCombs. “To have an opportunity to represent George Washington University as theRead More →

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Kim English continues to fill him coaching staff out as he added two coaches that will bring different perspectives in recruiting. Duane Simpkins is a holdover from Dave Paulsen’s staff. The former Maryland Terrapin has deep ties to the Washington D.C. area. DC and it’s suburbs is one of theRead More →

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George Mason announced that Dennis Felton has joined the staff as an associate head coach. “Dennis is passionate, high-energy, successful and motivated. Those traits will make him an exceptional addition to our staff here at George Mason,” said head coach Kim English. Felton has been an assistant coach at FordhamRead More →

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USA Basketball announced that Grant Hill will be taking over the Jerry Colangelo as the head of USA Basketball. The assumption is USA Basketball will continue to cruise in major competitions and the ones they don’t perform well (like the FIBA World Cup) will be nothing more than a blipRead More →