Reading Time: 3 minutesThe college basketball season is starting in UNDER TWO DAYS! I’m here to predict the Terps’ whole schedule from start to finish: November 25th: Old Dominion at Maryland – W: In the first game of the season the Terps should win in commanding fashion. Aaron Wiggins starts out as expected. November 27th: Navy at Maryland – W: We should see another easy win here. I expect a big game out of Jairus Hamilton here. November 29th: Mount St Mary’s at Maryland – W: Hakim Hart goes for his career-high and the Terps get the W. December 1st: Monmouth at Maryland – W: First game in December and the Terps win by 20+. December 4th: George Mason at Maryland – W: This game will be extremely close but our defense ends up making winning plays. December 9th: Maryland at Clemson – W: This is the only game we could possibly come out with an L in our non-conference but I think the best player on the floor in Aaron Wiggins makes big plays. December 14th: Rutgers at Maryland – L: The Terps, tired off of a tough win @ Clemson will drop their first Big Ten game to a Rutgers team that is competing for a Big Ten title. December 22nd: Lasalle at Maryland – W: Maryland will win but Lasalle is going to stay hanging around....Read More
Author: Noah Terps
Reading Time: 2 minutesMaryland recently landed the commitment of 4-star Point Guard Paul Lewis. Lewis who is a local product is ranked as the 19th best Point guard, the 9th best player in Virginia and the 108th best player overall in the class of 2022. Lewis goes to Bishop O. Connel High School in Virginia, the same high school that produced former Terp great, Melo Trimble. I had the pleasure of discussing with Lewis about his commitment, NBA, Kicks and more! Q: What were the main factors in your decision to commit to Maryland? A: Maryland has always been...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutesTo cope with our boredom (and yours), Terps.cbb and CollegeHoopsOutlet on Instagram have brought you rankings of every Big Ten coach based on their in game ability, not on recruiting. Here’s how the rankings panned out: Tom Izzo He led Michigan St. to the Big Ten regular season title the past three years, has seven final fours since 2000, and has made the NCAA tournament every year since 1998. The resume speaks for itself; All-time great coach. 2. Greg Gard He always does more with less, he’s always got his guys playing harder and Wisconsin’s defense is...Read More
Reading Time: 3 minutesDiamond Stone is one of the biggest “What ifs” of Maryland basketball this recent decade. Stone came to College Park ranked as a 5-star, top-10 recruit and was the best recruit Maryland had ever signed. The 6-foot-11 big man showed a lot of promise in his freshman year averaging 12.5 PPG and 5.4 RPG. His freshman season was highlighted by a 39 point performance in a win against Penn State. Stone showed a lot of promise, but most college basketball fans agreed he it would’ve been best for him to develop his game for another year...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Terps are targeting a lot of players for the class of 2021 in hopes of a massive class. In addition to part 1, these are the players I think Maryland has the best chance of getting. Aminu Mohammed: Mohammed is a 6″4 SG/SF in the class of 2021. He is rated as a 5 star prospect and he is the 14th best player in the class of 2021. Aminu is originally from D.C and currently plays high school basketball in Springfield, Missouri. His crystal ball is 100% Louisville, but only one person has put a...Read More
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Michael Jordan never made the Western Conference Finals in his entire career.
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