Freshman London’s growth at a crossroads

Eight minutes into the Drexel men’s basketball team’s 80-70 loss to the University at Buffalo, the State University of New York Dec. 16, freshman point guard Rashann London had six points on three of three shooting. The rest of his teammates had yet to make a field goal on eight… Continued

Defensive breakdowns doom M. Bball at Buffalo

In the first eight games of the season, the Drexel men’s basketball team had an identity, albeit one it wanted to shake. The Dragons limited opponents’ scoring but couldn’t convert for themselves. It wasn’t a winning recipe, but it was one that was familiar for fans. Then they dropped 70… Continued

M. Bball team’s turnover problem persists

Last season, the Drexel men’s basketball team ranked third in the country in turnovers per game. The team committed 255 turnovers in 30 games, averaging just 8.5 giveaways per contest. Only Georgia State University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison were better. A man named Frantz Massenat ran point, conducting the… Continued

Preview: M. Bball welcomes Southern Mississippi

Drexel University Dragons (1-4) vs. University of Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles (3-1) 5 p.m., Daskalakis Athletic Center, Philadelphia Momentum Check James “Bruiser” Flint’s squad is coming off its first win of the season, a win that snapped the program’s longest losing streak in nearly six years. Guard Damion Lee scored… Continued

Lack of offensive depth sinks M. Bball against Miami

The old saying goes, “defense wins championships.” Not quite. If there’s anything the early season performance of the Drexel University men’s basketball team shows, it’s that basketball is a two-way game. Experts, players and fans alike differ in their preference between offense and defense, but it doesn’t really matter. You… Continued