Thursday, July 31, 2008
Cecil Brown headed to France
After impressive performances in the D League, former Gaucho Cecil Brown received several offers to play overseas. He's playing in France for Etendard de Brest in the French Pro B league. Look for him to take his game to another level. Good luck, Cecil.
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Labels: basketball, Brest, Cecil Brown, D League, France, pro basketball
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
North Carolina Tarheels coming to town...
In case you hadn't noticed, the consensus preseason #1 team in the country is coming to the Thunderdome. Mark Nov. 21, 2008 on your calendars, as that's when the UNC Tarheels and our Gauchos will be rockin' the Dome. Details on ticket sales to come soon.
Here's the complete schedule: UCSB Men's Basketball Schedule
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Labels: basketball, Thunderdome, UCSB Gauchos, UNC Tarheels. schedule
Ivan Elliott will play in Latvia
I just got word that Ivan Elliott will be playing in Latvia, for the club Valmiera. Ivan was always a matchup problem for opponents, as he could play down low, as well as having perimeter skills, including shooting the 3 with remarkable consistency. We wish him continued success in Europe. Keep us updated, Ivan.
For details of Ivan's career at UCSB: Ivan Elliott
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Labels: Gauchos, Ivan Elliott, Latvia, men's basketball, UCSB, Valmiera
Friday, July 25, 2008
Downtown Cecil Brown
Former Gaucho sharpshooter Cecil Brown, UCSB '07, is tearing it up in the NBA Development League. He had a great game playing on the D League All-star team against the Atlanta Hawks summer roster squad. Look for him on NBA TV.
For more on Cecil's career as a Gaucho: Cecil Brown
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Labels: Cecil Brown, Gaucho, NBA TV, NBADL, UCSB basketball
Alex Harris in the pros...
Well, it looks like Al Harris, UCSB '08 and the Gauchos all-time leading scorer, is headed to play pro basketball in Poland, with his new team Turow. It looks like he will be one of their featured scorers, as he was at UCSB. Good luck, Al, and keep us updated on your achievements. He certainly has represented UCSB well.
For more on Al's career at UCSB: Alex Harris
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Labels: Alex Harris, Gauchos, Poland, pro basketball, Turow, UCSB
Wednesday, July 23, 2008
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