Hawkeye Basketball

Clemmons anxious to return as key contributor

NORTH LIBERTY — Anthony Clemmons needed to recharge as a basketball player and a person. For the Iowa junior point guard, there was no better place to do so than during an extended trip back home to Lansing, Mich.

For more than a mont [...]

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Olaseni making strides at power forward

NORTH LIBERTY — Graduation and recruiting misses have some Iowa basketball observers concerned about the team’s depth at forward. Senior Gabe Olaseni, however, hopes to alleviate those fears.

After three years of improvement at [...]

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Summer league good transitional aid for Mohns

NORTH LIBERTY — Carly Mohns has been transitioning almost seamlessly to the next level of her basketball career.

The Iowa freshman forward from Brodhead, Wis., quickly found out after arriving in Iowa City that a crash course awaited [...]

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McCaffery suspends Iowa’s Jok after second arrest

IOWA CITY — Iowa sophomore guard Peter Jok was suspended indefinitely by Coach Fran McCaffery after his second brush with Iowa City law enforcement in three months.

“In light of last night’s moped incident, I’ve d [...]

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Cleveland rocks for Iowa’s Aaron White

IOWA CITY — Aaron White left northeast Ohio three years ago on a westbound journey to Iowa City. But the incoming Hawkeye senior refused to discard his fan loyalties along the banks of Lake Erie.

White, a 6-foot-9 senior forward, is [...]

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Charges dismissed against McCabe

IOWA CITY — Assault charges against former Iowa men’s basketball player Zach McCabe were dropped based on a request from his accuser, according to Johnson County court documents.

McCabe, 22, was charged May 16 with assault caus [...]

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Report: Magic sign Devyn Marble

Yesterday, the Orlando Magic's team website called Devyn Marble< [...]

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Jok stresses inside game, but still firing threes

WATERLOO — Peter Jok proved he can be more than just a shooter last night in a Prime Time League game at the Cedar Valley Sportsplex.

The Iowa sophomore guard had six rebounds, two assists, and two steals to go with his 28 points for [...]

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Iowa-UNI summer reunion good for this winter

Iron sharpens iron.

The return of Northern Iowa’s basketball players to the Prime Time League this summer after a 2-year absence can only be good for the Panthers. And for the Iowa Hawkeyes.

The PTL was a watered-down version of [...]

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Aaron White is surrounding self with greatness

WATERLOO — The outside world is telling Iowa’s Aaron White he is an elite college basketball player.

Perhaps the experiences he is having this summer will help him in his quest to become just that.

It’s not that Wh [...]

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From everywhere, Dickerson arrives in Iowa

WATERLOO – Trey Dickerson grew up in New York City, went to high school in Los Angeles, attended prep school in Texas, and just spent a year earning rave reviews playing basketball at a junior college in North Dakota.

Thursday [...]

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Podcast: ‘On Iowa’ talks Marble to the Magic, state of Iowa athletics

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- The Gazette's Marc Morehouse and Scott Dochterman are on vacation, but the 'On Iowa' podcast is coming to you anyway. Morehouse and Dochterman talk about Devyn Marble's chances to see minutes with the Orlando Magic, who draft [...]

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Iowa players see opportunity

NORTH LIBERTY — It’s no secret Iowa will have to adjust some of its late-clock situations now that Devyn Marble can’t bail out the Hawkeyes anymore.

Marble, who graduated in May, often took control in critical moments, a [...]

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Marble heads to Orlando

NORTH LIBERTY — It took nearly all night, but it was worth the wait for Iowa guard Devyn Marble.

The Orlando Magic — through a trade with the Denver Nuggets — selected Marble in the second round of Thursday’s NBA [...]

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Ex-Hawkeye Brunner has had buona pro career

Whatever their differences in language and lifestyle, Iowans and Italians share an appreciation of Greg Brunner.

While Brunner’s pro basketball career looks like it will continue at least a little longer, his 6-year stint in Italy app [...]

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