Hoyas in the NBA
Hoyas in the NBA: 2018-19 Outlook
Prediction: Every NBA Hoya logs minutes at Center this season...
Marcus Derrickson Signs with Golden State Warriors
Reigning NBA Champs saw something they liked during Summer League
Former Hoya Rebekkah Brunson sets WNBA record as Lynx win title
Brunson becomes the first woman to win 5 WNBA titles.
Watch the trailer for SI's "Patrick & Zo"
SI Films is releasing a documentary about the NBA rivalry of the two Hoya legends on Thursday, April 21st.
Otto Porter STUFFS Kevin Love
Dang, do I miss Otto.
Otto Porter Appreciation Night at Tombs!
The Wiz Happy Hour Group is doing an Otto Porter appreciation night at the Tombs in Georgetown on Saturday (12/12) night at 7:30pm. A chance to celebrate a local player as well as support the Wizards and the Hoyas.
Highlights of Otto Porter's big playoff game
The former Hoya scored 15 points on 6-8 shooting (2-3 from three-point range) and grabbed 9 rebounds. He also played great defense on DeMar DeRozan throughout.
Bullets Forever on Otto Porter
We are past the point now of asking the question that Ben Standig was posed last year in regard to Otto, "Can he actually play?" Unlike last year, this year we can answer in the affirmative. Otto P...Bullets Forever is ranking the t...
Jeff Green officially traded to Memphis
The Jeff Green trade to the Memphis Grizzlies is official. It's a three team deal that also includes the Pelicans. Memphis gets: Jeff Green, Russ Smith Boston gets: Tayshaun Prince, Austin Rivers, future 1st round pick (protected) New Orleans gets: Quincy Pondexter, 2015 2nd round pick (from Memphis)
Jeff Green traded to the Grizzlies?
Hearing that the Jeff Green-to-Memphis trade talks are heating up. Discussions between the Celts and Grizz, I'm told, getting more serious— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) January 9, 2015
Jeff has had a very strong season so far and Memphis would be a nice move for him given how the Celtics kinda stink and are setting themselves up for the future.
Otto Porter's introduction in second career start
#22 from Georgetown University... https://t.co/tBH2hLVp86— chrismchaines (@chrismchaines) January 8, 2015
Otto Porter solid in first career start
Paul Pierce had to sit out last night's Wizards game against the Timberwolves with a sore toe and Otto Porter played very well in his first career start.
Hoyas in the NBA weekly update
It was a rough week for our NBA Hoyas in the win-loss column, but each of the former Hoyas continues to contribute meaningful minutes for their NBA teams despite a couple of knocks to Otto Porter and Roy Hibbert.
Paul Pierce vs. Otto Porter (in baby food tasting)
The former Hoya still has a thing or two to learn from Paul Pierce
NBA Hoyas: Otto and Greg battle at Verizon Center
Otto Porter and the Wizards out-dueled Greg Monroe and the Pistons in DC. Roy Hibbert and Jeff Green were also in action on Wednesday night. Henry and Hollis take the floor for the 76ers in Dallas Thursday night.
NBA Hoyas Wednesday Night Schedule
Wednesday night's NBA action features a Greg Monroe and Otto Porter matchup as well as Roy Hibbert going against the Heat and Jeff Green going against the Thunder.
NBA Hoyas: Roy returns from injury, has great game
Roy Hibbert and Greg Monroe were the only two Hoyas in the NBA in action on Monday night. Both had solid games, but only Roy was able to get a win. No Hoyas are in action on Tuesday night.
NBA Hoyas: stats update and more
Greg Monroe, Henry Sims, and Hollis Thompson were all in action Sunday. We have updates on their performances, previews for Monday's NBA Hoya games, an update on Roy Hibbert's knee and a stats update.
Otto and Roy square off again, Jeff beats Bulls
For the second time in a week, Otto Porter's Wizards took on Roy Hibbert's Pacers and the Wizards won again, this time in regulation. Elsewhere, Jeff Green and the Celtics took down the Bulls.
Jeff Green and Roy Hibbert battle in Boston
All 6 Hoyas in the NBA were in action Friday night including a battle between 2007 Final Four anchors Jeff Green and Roy Hibbert.
Hoyas in the NBA Weekend Schedule
There is a lot of NBA action featuring our Hoyas this weekend. Here is the schedule for the weekend.
Greg Monroe dominates, Otto and Roy square off
All six NBA Hoyas were in action on Wednesday night, including a battle between Otto Porter's Wizards and Roy Hibbert's Pacers.
Roy vs. Otto: The Documentation
Otto Porter and Roy Hibbert squared off at Verizon Center and we have (sorta lame) first-person documentation.
NBA Hoyas: Otto and the Wizards knock off Knicks
The Wizards were in New York to take on the Knicks and Roy Hibbert and the Pacers hosted the Bucks. Both Hoyas had strong games.
Jeff Green drops 35 but Celtics lose
Jeff Green and the Celtics fell short in a comeback attempt at Dallas and Hollis Thompson, Henry Sims, and the 76ers dropped to 0-4.
Greg Monroe returns, Otto Porter explodes
All six NBA Hoyas were in action over the weekend and although only one team won a game this weekend, there were a few big games from Hoyas.
Otto Porter struggles, but Wizards win
Otto Porter struggled in the Wizards second game of the season, but still had an impact on defense and the Wizards held on to beat the Magic and move to 1-1.
NBA Hoyas: Roy Hibbert leads Pacers over 76ers
Jeff Green and Roy Hibbert had typically outstanding nights for the Celtics and Pacers respectively. Otto Porter had a solid first game and Henry Sims and Hollis Thompson both started for the Sixers.
Otto Porter went as a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle for Halloween
Otto Porter went as Michelangelo to Wizards kids Halloween party http://t.co/5ZZ6mOEqEV pic.twitter.com/B4rLw0ylz2— Scott Allen (@ScottSAllen) October 28, 2014
The second-year, soon-to-be-breakout-star dressed as Michaelangelo for the Wizards Halloween event.
Otto Porter scores 22 points in Wizards final preseason game
Otto actually led the Wizards in scoring throughout the preseason too and shot almost 50% from three-point range. It's still only the preseason, but Otto sure looks like he's settling into the NBA like he settled into college during his second year.
.@MettaWorldPeace says he was offered $35,000 to fix games in college and because of that he’s not a fan of the new ruling to make sports betting legal. pic.twitter.com/G6FkMZg9fT— Yahoo Sports (@YahooSports) May 16, 2018