As the summer AAU basketball circuit comes to a close, the college basketball recruiting landscape has become one giant cluster.
In need of an infusion of talent for next years team, the Pitt basketball program has announced the signing of graduate transfer Rafael Maia.
Following his year long suspension from the Pitt basketball program, guard Durand Johnson has decided to transfer from the program.
With the Pitt Panthers not making the NCAA Tournament this year, head coach Jamie Dixon will appear as a guest studio analyst as part of the NCAA Tournament broadcasts.
After a disappointing season for the Pitt men’s basketball team, two junior’s are expected to leave the program.
One of the biggest areas of need the Pitt men’s basketball has to address this offseason is their big men, and today, Jamie Dixon landed a 6’8, 230-pound power forward.
Pitt’s NCAA tournament hopes figure to cling to an Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament Championship title.
Following two consecutive conference losses at the hands of Wake Forest and Miami, the Pitt basketball teams chances of making the NCAA Tournament are just about busted.
Former Pitt and UCLA Head Men’s Basketball Coach Ben Howland joined The Cook and Poni Show on Wednesday. He thinks Pitt can get in to the NCAA Tournament if they can win the final two regular season games.
Following a 69-66 loss at Wake Forest on Sunday, the sense of urgency for the Panthers is at it’s highest point. With just two regular season games left, Pitt dropped from No. 37 to No. 49 in the RPI.
The Pitt men’s basketball team has been on the bubble of the NCAA Tournament for a few weeks now but Sunday night’s 69-66 loss at the hands of Wake Forest may have done them in.
Pitt forward Jamel Artis joined Bob Pompeani before the Panthers game at Wake Forest.
Rated 128th by 247 Sports, 2015 wing recruit Davon Dillard has set an official visit with Jamie Dixon and the Pitt hoops program.
Coach Tony Bennett has instilled a defense-first mentality that has resonated so effectively with No. 2 Virginia that his team seems to prefer being on that end of the floor with the game on the line.
Dixon says he still has the utmost respect for Syracuse Jim Boeheim and the program.