With one regular season game left to play, the 2013-14 rendition of the Stanford men’s basketball team finds itself in an unfamiliar position, as it tries to secure the program’s first NCAA tournament bid since 2008.
Even with NFL luminaries Andrew Luck and Richard Sherman in attendance, a back-and-forth affair didn’t go Stanford’s way on Wednesday night, as the Cardinal men’s… Continue Reading »
With the Cardinal currently projected to be somewhere between an 8 seed and a 10 seed in the NCAA tournament, it is crucial that Stanford does not give the tournament committee a reason to bump it out of the field of 68. Holding serve this week at home in the final games of the regular season against Colorado (20-9, 9-7) and Utah (19-9, 8-8) would pretty much guarantee the Cardinal a spot in the Big Dance.
The Stanford men’s basketball team (18-10, 9-7 Pac-12) knew that if it was going to come away with a victory on the road against No. 3 Arizona, it was going to have to play its best basketball of the season. Unfortunately, Stanford could not muster its best effort, particularly early on, resulting in a 79-66 loss to the Wildcats (27-2, 14-2) on Sunday night.
According to junior guard Chasson Randle, backcourt mate Anthony Brown has a motto: “It only takes one to get hot.” Randle took the slogan to… Continue Reading »
Six games. That’s all that’s left in the regular season for the Stanford men’s basketball team to make its case as a worthy NCAA tournament… Continue Reading »