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2015-16 Men’s Basketball Preview
Reports from Creighton Men's Basketball practice this week, thanks to tweets from WBR's Matt DeMarinis and others who've been in attendance. - Read more...
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Drew Cayce (#5 | 6-1 | 165 | G | Fr.) Don’t just dismiss this kid because he’s a walk-on. He has enough skill and scrap to bring the best out of even the most talented scholarship players on the roster. As a spot up shooter he’s very accurate, and is unorthodox shot makes him […]
After originally committing to play across town at Nebraska-Omaha, Alex O’Neill, a forward out of Illinois, de-committed and joined the Bluejays where his mom played for the women’s basketball team, and his brother played soccer.
The centerpiece of Creighton’s highly-touted 2015 recruiting class, Omaha North center Justin Patton’s skills and sky-high ceiling are making the decision on redshirting — once a foregone conclusion — much tougher than expected.
Some freshmen show up on campus and quickly realize how far behind they are physically. That wasn’t the case for the 6’1″, 210-pound Marlon Stewart, who was poised to contribute immediately before a knee injury sidelined him.
Khryi Thomas, a player Coach Mac describes as one of the most consistent freshmen he’s ever coached, is set to be an impact player from the word go.
The freshman forward from Slovenia could be a key player for the Bluejay this year.
After redshirting last year in order to get stronger and develop his game, freshman Ronnie Harrell Jr. is poised to be a contributor from the opening tip this season.
A comprehensive guide to help fans know where to find Creighton hoops on TV, on their computer, or on their mobile devices this season.
The transfer from Nevada has waited a long time to get back on the court; he’s ready to show what he has worked on during his redshirt season.
Check out updates from practice as the Bluejays prepare for their lone exhibition game against Upper Iowa on Friday night.
The JUCO transfer and late addition to the Creighton program is excited to get back on the court for a real game. He could be the difference maker for the Bluejays this season.