NBA Regular Season Awards

After another whirlwind season, it is time to look at the top performers from the 2017 NBA season. As teams start the playoffs, writers and officials from around the league will be choosing their picks for the top awards. Unlike the past few years, there were no clear cut choices for any of the awards, […]

NBA Draft Big Board: Top Prospects

With the college basketball season now over, the top prospects will be training and looking forward to the NBA Draft in June. This is an important time for both the players being drafted and the teams doing the drafting. Teams will need to choose a player who they think will fit in well with their […]

In Defense of NBA Youngsters

Now that the NCAA men’s basketball season has wrapped up, basketball analysts will turn their attention to the 2017 NBA Draft, where 60 of the best college and international prospects will be drafted by NBA teams. This leads to a lot of overanalyzing about what the talent level of these young players will be years […]

North Carolina Claims Their Sixth National Title

Gonzaga’s first chance at a national championship ended in heartbreak as North Carolina claimed its sixth national title with a final score of 71-65. A year in the making, North Carolina got their redemption from 2016’s championship game. BOB DONNAN • USA TODAY UNC won their sixth championship in program history. The Zags had a […]

Men’s Basketball End Regular Season with a Loss

Seattle University men’s basketball lost against Utah Valley University on Saturday, March 4 in Orem, Utah, their final Western Athletic Conference regular-season game, 61-54. With this loss included, the Redhawks stand at 13-16 overall and 5-9 in the WAC standings. MANDY RUSCH • THE SPECTATOR “They beat us up inside. We didn’t fight them hard […]

NBA 2/3 Season Awards

As the NBA season comes to two-thirds completion, Willy names some of the most noteworthy players and coaches so far. VIA GETTY IMAGES – JONATHAN BACHMAN LeBron James is leading the Cavaliers who are the currently the top seed in the East. MVP: Lebron James There are so many ways this one could go. You’ve […]

Redhawks Drop Game Against NMSU, Ready for Rematch

Seattle University’s women’s basketball team (12-16, 9-4 Western Athletic Conference) went head to head with the WAC’s undefeated number one in standings, New Mexico State University’s women’s basketball team (21-6, 13-0 WAC). KYLE KOTANI • THE SPECTATOR #1 Claire Metoyer tries to finish a tough shot against a NMSU defender. “My thought coming into the […]

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