Jahvon Blair vs Butler

Georgetown’s 78-63 home win versus Butler should’ve put the Hoyas in the better mood but the win featured a mish-mosh of what’s been good this season and what’s been bad. Good: Three Point Shooting: The Hoyas were 11-22 from the three point line. Just as important, five different players hitRead More →

Chudier Bile shooting against Creighton

Georgetown is coming off arguably their worst performance of the season coming into today’s game with Butler. The 63-48 loss to Creighton broke the momentum the Hoyas have had sense they came off their break for Covid. Head coach Patrick Ewing described the performance as “selfish”. In the first meetingRead More →

Jamorko Pickett - Photo Credit: Catherine Grosdidier/Creighton

Georgetown heads to Villanova to face the the gold standard of the Big East. The Wildcats have won two of the last four National Championships and have dominated the Big East as a whole. Does Georgetown have the building blocks to become Villanova’s rival? Photo Credit: Catherine Grosdidier/CreightonRead More →

Dante Harris driving the ball to the basket against Marquette. Photo Credit: Rafael Suanes / Georgetown Athletics.

We are a long way from the John Thompson II-Jim Boeheim days. No claiming that Manley Field House is “officially closed”. No Pearl Washington sucker punch. But despite the fact that these two teams now reside in different conferences, the game still means something. “We’ve been rivals for a lotRead More →

Dante Harris drives against Seton Hall/ Photo credit: Porter Binks / BIG EAST Conference

Georgetown was bedeviled by another uneven performance in their 78-67 to Seton Hall. The problems were the same ones that has been there all season. There are way too many defensive breakdowns. Jamorko Pickett had another inefficient, low percentage performance on offense. Wahab missed his first six shots before pickingRead More →