Kenner Summer League: Freeman, Wright, and Thompson

The annual Kenner Summer League is an early opportunity to see Georgetown basketball. While we shared our thoughts about some of Georgetown’s lesser-known players on Monday, today we tackle the big names (except for Jason Clark, who didn’t play on Saturday or Sunday). Chris Wright Wright, who is possibly the streakiest shooter on JTIII’s squad, […]

Kenner Summer League: A look at “the other guys”

TheĀ  annual Kenner Summer League is an early opportunity to see Georgetown basketball. Today, we check in with some of the team’s lesser known players (except for Jerrelle Benimon, who didn’t play on Saturday). Julian Vaughn As the tallest and strongest player in his game on Saturday, Vaughn succeeded around the basket. But, don’t expect […]

Good news?

It’s certainly too early to say whether or not Jeff Green and Roy Hibbert will enter the NBA Draft, but in their first press conference since declaring, they said some surprising things. Green, apparently, is leaning towards staying at GU more than Roy, though most pundits say Green is the player who is more NBA-ready […]

Where is he now?

In light of Georgetown’s Sweet 16 run, an article discusses Craig Esherick’s feelings about the success of Jeff and Roy, who were actually his recruits. He says he is proud that his boys are doing well. He also mentions that he knew they were talented and coachable when he recruited them, and “they’ve obviously received […]

Jumping the Gun

When Jeff Green iced Villanova with two clutch free throws this Saturday, the men’s basketball team’s winning streak reached nine games. With that in mind, along with the big game against Pitt this Saturday (and tomorrow’s against the ‘natti), you may frown on the idea of looking ahead to next year’s team. But that won’t […]