Brooklyn Collegiate’s Sion Nelson Contemplates Prep Versus College Hoops

Senior guard Sion Nelson is a solid bench player who has made an impact in big games this season, including dropping in 17 points in a 95-76 win over perennial powerhouse Thomas Jefferson.

Brooklyn Collegiate’s Kevon Ferguson Battles Knee Woes, World Uncertainty to Play Hoops at the Next Level

Ferguson is on the mend from left knee surgery as he waits out the social distancing the Corona Virus is causing, to play hoops again.

Brooklyn Collegiate’s Jaylin Anderson Adds to Lion Attack

The 6-4 Anderson has averaged 16 pts., 11 boards and three assists in ten games in 2019-20.

Three Brooklyn Basketball Players – Richmond, Johnson, Moranta – Making Noise on the Hardwood this Season

Brooklyn Ballers Kadary Richmond, Majesty Johnson. Jeremy Moranta turning heads this season.

Dante Conley-Leonardi’s 27 Helps Baruch College HS Upend Lab Museum, 77-66

Blue Devils Bearcats Improve to 4-0 in PSAL Play.

Baruch College HS Continues Winning Ways Over Tigers with 18 from Dante Conley-Leonardi

Baruch College Campus High School Improves to 3-0 in league play.

Tahron Allen Adds Roar to an Already Gifted Brooklyn Collegiate Boys’ Basketball Squad

Tahron Allen has six offers from Division I College Hoop Programs.

Shamorie Ponds Leads St. John’s Basketball to 9-0 Start

  In his third year on St. John's University basketball team, point guard Shamorie Ponds has been turning heads with his stellar play.  Through nine games, Ponds is averaging an impressive team-best 21.6 points, has dished out 44 assists, and has 25 steals, leading the Red Storm to a perfect 9-0 record to start the … Continue reading Shamorie Ponds Leads St. John’s Basketball to 9-0 Start

South Shore High School Basketball Standout Sekou Sylla Picks Division II College of Saint Rose

Vikings Forward Picks College Over list of Schools.

Orange Wave Topples Lincoln To Claim First PSAL Hoops Title In 62 Years

By Jerry Del Priore  Thomas Jefferson boys’ head basketball coach Lawrence "Bud" Pollard was growing tired of fielding championship questions from people in the school’s surrounding areas. You see, the last time the Orange Wave captured a PSAL varsity basketball title was way back in 1954, but on Saturday at Madison Square Garden, that drought finally … Continue reading Orange Wave Topples Lincoln To Claim First PSAL Hoops Title In 62 Years