Georgetown Standout Could Be Second Round NBA Pick.
By Jerry Del Priore After three years at Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, point guard William Lee is transferring to the all-boys, private Blue Ridge School in St. George, Virginia, this coming semester, he announced on Instagram last week. William, who would’ve been a rising senior at Loughlin, said it was … Continue reading Bishop Loughlin Point Guard William Lee Leaving Brooklyn School for Blue Ridge School
Broken Ankle doesn't stop Brooklyn Baller from Signing College Hoops Offer.
Vikings Forward Picks College Over list of Schools.
The Five-Star Recruit Says he will pick a school soon,
By Jerry Del Priore It had to happen at some point in the season, Lab Museum head coach Michael Lloyd believed. He said it would’ve been difficult to go perfect for the regular season, as the Lady Gators were upended, 54-46, by Summit Academy in the championship game at the Lab Museum United Holiday Festival … Continue reading Lab Museum Suffers First Loss of Basketball Season at Holiday Festival Tournament
Former Brooklyn High School Basketball Players Making Progress at College
By Jerry Del Priore With last night’s 63-36 win over New Utrecht (1-9) at home, the Canarsie (7-3) basketball team moved into a three-way tie for first place in the PSAL’s Brooklyn A Southeast Conference with Erasmus and Grady. Junior forward Tyres Desinor paced the Chiefs with 13 points and 10 rebounds. Senior forward Marcus Louis … Continue reading Canarsie, South Shore Basketball Teams Pickup Big Wins
New York, NY - After a four year absence, Big Apple Basketball will host the Ninth Annual Big Apple Basketball Challenge in New York City on Sunday, December 6 at Baruch College. The challenge, which will feature eight of New York City’s top PSAL and CHSAA teams, is an event designed to show the supremacy … Continue reading Big Apple Basketball Challenge Returns to Baruch College
By Jerry Del Priore It seems as if an injustice has occurred at St. Joseph’s College in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, according to countless angry students and alumni, as the school fired its athletic director Frank Carbone Tuesday. Upset and taking aback by the news, a groundswell of support from current students and alumni came together to … Continue reading Dismissal of Longtime St. Joseph’s College Coach, Athletic Director Frank Carbone Causes Uproar