The former Gate City basketball standout announced with a 10-second video on his Twitter feed with the caption “Wreck ’Em!” that he is transferring to Texas Tech from Georgetown.
Somebody told Sonny Smith that he was in “six or seven” halls of fame, but when the former men’s college basketball coach was told he was going into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame, it was different.
Eddie Sutton, who was elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on April 3, died Saturday. He was 84.
Joe Hugley might have been the most successful man on East Tennessee State’s campus this year.
Getting to 25 wins in a season is a magic number in Shay’s contract. That increases his base salary by $15,000 for the following year and automatically extends the deal for an extra year.
Makale Foreman is taking his basketball talents from the East Coast to the West Coast.
The former Gate City star who led the Blue Devils to the VHSL Class 2 state championship in 2018 and has played two years for coach Patrick Ewing’s Georgetown squad announced one week ago that he was entering the NCAA transfer portal.
Bo Hodges, who put his name into the NCAA transfer portal soon after Jason Shay was promoted to ETSU’s head coach, hasn’t ruled out returning for his senior year with the Bucs.
Before becoming one of the most well-known evangelists in the Tri-Cities, Charles “Toonie” Cash earned a reputation for making big shots in big moments during his basketball career at Boones Creek and Milligan.
New ETSU men’s basketball coach Jason Shay was preparing for his new job 29 years ago. He just didn’t know it.
The Georgetown guard also intends to withdraw his name from the NBA draft, which was set for June 25.
The East Tennessee State men’s basketball team could lose another key player from last year’s Southern Conference championship team.
For Lee Clark, there are two keys to a successful basketball program: a strong support group of coaches and players who know how to play the game. Clark said he was blessed with both during his years coaching.
The youth movement is trending upward for UNC Asheville men’s basketball coach Mike Morrell.
Preston Mitchell is a mentor. There is no greater proof of the retired college and high school coach’s teaching skills than the 1993-94 men’s basketball team at Virginia-Wise.