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Be sure to check out James “Jimmy Bahama” Akinjo’s instagram video... (OK no one calls him that)

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As we await the release of a new episode of Kente Korner, here are some links to videos and news:

Patrick Ewing And Hoyas Rout Demarco And Bahamas 91-61 | The Tribune

The Georgetown Hoyas were just a little too much for the under-sized Bahamas men’s national basketball team to handle. And it wasn’t any easier for the New Providence Basketball Association Select team as they got clobbered 135-60 by Memphis State Tigers...

They were physical, they were long, they can shoot. It’s difficult to lock into one thing that you can take away from them,” said DeMarco, an assistant coach from the former NBA champions Golden State Warriors who has taken over from Mario Bowleg, now the BBF president.

They can play so many ways. But I was proud of us fighting back. We were down early in the first half, but we cut it down to about 14 at the half, but we just couldn’t get the offence to keep it close.” ...

“I think the best is yet to come. We’re still working, we’re still trying to become the team that I think we can be,” Ewing said. “We have a lot of talent on this team. We can play a lot of different ways, so we’re just going to continue working.”

Trey Mourning joins Runa Basket | Sportando

Trey Mourning is a new player of Runa Basket, the Russian team announced.

The former Georgetown big man played 4 games with the Sacramento Kings at the Las Vegas Summer League.

Breaking news! Breaking news! Breaking news! | kraftway

Friends, most of you probably remember the legendary center, a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, the 2006 NBA champion, winner of the Olympic Games Alonzo Mourning. We are glad to inform you about the super news - the son of the legend, 23-year-old native of Miami Trey Mourning joins our team! Trey went through a strong school at Georgetown University. This summer he played in the NBA summer leagues for Miami heat.

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‼️Breaking news‼️Breaking news‼️Breaking news‼️ ⠀ Друзья, наверняка большинство из вас помнят легендарного центрового, члена баскетбольного Зала Славы, чемпиона NBA 2006 года, победителя Олимпийских игр Алонзо Моурнинга... ⠀ Спешим сообщить вам суперновость - сын легенды, 23-летний уроженец Майами Трей Моурнинг @treymourning присоединяется к нашей команде! ⠀ Трей прошёл через сильную школу университета Джорджтауна. ⠀ Этим летом выступал в летних лигах NBA за «Miami heat». ⠀ ⛹️‍♂️Средние показатели за университет Джорджтауна в сезоне 2018-2019: ⠀ ✅ 6,3 очка и 3,8 подбора ⠀ ⛹️‍♂️Средние показатели в летней лиге NBA 2019 «Калифорния классик»: ⠀ ✅ 4 очка и 1,3 подбора ⠀ ⛹️‍♂️Средние показатели в летней лиге NBA в Лас-Вегасе: ⠀ ✅ 3,3 очка 2,8 подбора ⠀ Желаем Трею успехов в предстоящем сезоне! ⠀ #КомандаТвоегоГорода #ОтвагойНаделенные #basketball #баскетбол #basket #ball #sport #slamdunk #БаскетболМосква #bounce #throw #court #board #nba #jump #пбкруна #pbcruna #ВоляКПобеде

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Georgetown loss in Final Four still haunts Kenny Walker | Vaught’s Views

Former All-American Kenny Walker was this year’s guest speaker and obviously had a lot of terrific memories and stories to share (and I will have more of them for you in the future). But just know that they Final Four loss to Georgetown still haunts him like it does most Kentucky fans...

“I had an amazing career at Kentucky but some of the losses are what I remember most because of how they hurt and none hurt more than Georgetown. Patrick Ewing was on that Georgetown team and a few years later was my teammate with the New York Knicks. He never let me live that down.

“I told him that was just a weird night and it would never happen again. He liked to think their defense intimidate us but that was not it. We just could not make a shot.”

Chet Holmgren breaks down his move against Steph Curry | 247

His strong play led to a bump in the pre-July 2021 rankings. He current sits at No. 6 in the 247Sports Composite Rankings, but No. 4 in the Top247. It also led to a collection of 28 scholarship offers...

Which schools have prioritized him?

“There’s a pretty good amount,” Holmgren said. “Minnesota, Gonzaga, Texas, Baylor, Purdue, Georgetown, Coach [Patrick] Ewing texts me a lot and we talk back and forth a lot. Cal, there’s a couple more I can’t remember off the top of my head.”

At the beginning of the summer Holmgren took unofficial visits to Georgetown, Maryland and Virginia. He’s looking to set up some more trips for the fall.