Jim Larranaga: Miami Needs Veteran Guards To Step Up"Our three veteran guards: Bruce Brown, Jaquan Newton, and DJ Vasiljevic, have really not had great starts to the ACC Conference race."
Canes Basketball Sells Out Watsco Center For Third Straight Year“We're sold out again for every game this season for the third straight year,” said Coach Jim Larrañaga. “Thank you to the fans for your support of Miami Hurricanes men's basketball.”
Miami Hurricanes Guard Lonnie Walker Named ACC Rookie Of The WeekUniversity of Miami freshman guard Lonnie Walker IV has been named the ACC Rookie of the Week, announced Monday by the conference office.
Hurricanes Basketball Stays At Number 10 In AP PollJim Larranaga's Miami Hurricanes remain unbeaten at 7-0, and stay in the top 10 of the latest Associated Press (AP) Poll.
Larranaga Thinks He Is Referenced In Corruption Probe, Insists InnocenceThe latest scandal to hit college basketball could impact several programs.
University Of Miami Confirms Feds Investigating Basketball Staff Member & RecruitThe FBI investigation into the bribery of NCAA recruits has rocked the college basketball world.
UM’s Davon Reed Invited To NBA CombineUniversity of Miami guard Davon Reed has been included in the exclusive list of just 70 players that have been invited to participate in the 2017 NBA Combine later this month.
UM’s Larrañaga Is No Stranger To Making Tournament MagicWhen the University of Miami hired Jim Larrañaga to be its head basketball coach back in 2011, it seemed like a match made in heaven.
Miami's Davon Reed Has Plenty To Gain In NCAA TourneyYou’d be going out on a pretty short limb if you called Davon Reed the Hurricanes’ go-to guy.
Canes NCAA Tournament Road Starts In TulsaUM’s dance will begin Friday night, when it travels to Tulsa’s Bank of Oklahoma (BOK) Center to face No. 9 seeded Michigan State. The game will be carried on Miami Sports Radio 560 WQAM and is scheduled to be broadcast on TNT at 9:20 p.m.
Canes Bubble Watch: March 6With the NCAA championship tournament set to tip off in just eight days – March 14 – the Miami Hurricanes didn’t do themselves any favors with the way they closed the regular season.
Canes Basketball Bubble Watch: Feb. 27With the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament less than three weeks away – games will tip off March 14 – team’s chances to punch their ticket to “The Big Dance” or impresses the selection committee enough to get in are rapidly waning.