Louisville’s winning streak came to an end after another mostly abysmal shooting performance.
As Michael Bohlin of 247 Sports writes, former Pitt Panther Steven Adams has undergone successful hand surgery.
Coming off a week in which he averaged 26 points along with 8 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 3 steals per game, Pitt sophomore Jamel Artis has been named the ACC Player of the Week.
Dixon says he still has the utmost respect for Syracuse Jim Boeheim and the program.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 The Fan) — Syracuse announced Wednesday that the university had self-imposed a postseason ban prohibiting players from appearing in the ACC Tournament, nor the NCAA and National Invitational tournaments. Pitt sophomore Jamel Artis thinks […]
With 1,731 career points good for an average of 22.2 points per game, former Pitt basketball star Billy Knight has been named to the ACC’s 2015 Basketball Legends Class.
Fresh off the biggest performance of his career as he put up seven points and two rebounds in 12 minutes while providing a much needed spark for the Panthers, Pitt forward Aron Phillips-Nwankwo talked with Joe Starkey of the Starkey and Mueller Show about what this opportunity meant to him.
Pitt men’s basketball has signed two new players to a national letter of intent.
Pitt Forward Durand Johnson missed the majority of the 2013-2014 season after tearing the ACL in his right knee and now he’ll miss the entire 2014-2015 season due to suspension.
Pitt sophomore Mike Young averaged 22.5 points per game in the exhibitions against IUP and Philadelphia and he is confident that he can continue to put up 20 points per game this season.
Another year, another preseason top 25 ranking for the Pitt Men’s Basketball team as many would expect.
In a poll of ACC media members, the Pitt basketball team was selected to finish 6th out of 15 schools at the second Atlantic Coast Conference Operation Basketball preseason media day.
Gearing up for their second season in the ACC, the Pitt men’s basketball team has released their full 2014-2015 schedule.
According to an announcement from the Atlantic Coast Conference and ESPN, the Pitt basketball program will be featured in two “Big Monday” national broadcasts.