Oregon defeated USC, 81-60. Kevin Porter Jr. was suspended for unspecified conduct issues and did not play. USC’s 60 points were a season low. Jonah Mathews had 15 points while Bennie Boatwright had 13 points and 8 rebounds. The Trojans are 9-8 overall and 2-2 in the Pac-12. UPDATED: Enfield said Porter’s suspension is indefinite. REACTION: Porter’s talented but not been worth the trouble so … Continue reading Thanks, Enfield (Again)!!
USC lost to Oregon State in overtime. Oregon State did not have forward Tres Tinkle, who averages 20,5 points, 8.6 rebounds, 4.2 assists and 1.3 steals per game. Bennie Boatwright had a career-high 37 points for the Trojans. At least Kevin Porter returned, scoring five points in 25 minutes. Continue reading Thanks, Enfield!
USC guard Kevin Porter Jr. is expected to miss games vs. Cal and Stanford beginning tonight with his bruised thigh injury, which is approaching six weeks. Now college basketball reporter Jeff Goodman says there is speculation Porter Jr. has been advised by an agent to shut it down for the season to protect his draft stock. Sports Illustrated has a mock draft today that has … Continue reading More Doubts On Kevin Porter
USC sophomore guard Jordan Usher announced on twitter he was transferring to another school. Usher averaged 8.6 points, 3.7 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 24 minutes per game this season. He was suspended indefinitely before last night’s game against UC Davis. With Kevin Porter sidelined five weeks with a bruised thigh, this is not what USC needed right before Pac-12 play started. But luckily, the … Continue reading USC Guard Jordan Usher Transferring
When is freshman guard Kevin Porter going to return from a bruised thigh? He has been out five weeks and said last week he hoped to return for tonight’s game with UC Davis. But he hasn’t even practiced in the past week and Andy Enfield said he isn’t able to practice or play. Like I said last week, his return is anticipated because in college basketball … Continue reading When Will Kevin Porter Return?
DeMar DeRozan became the NBA’s leading scorer among USC players tonight, moving past Gus Williams. DeRozan has 14,112 career points in 10 seasons and Williams had 14,093 in 11 seasons with Golden State, Seattle, Washington and Atlanta. Paul Westphal (12,809), Bill Sharman (12,653) and Cliff Robinson (10,823) complete the top five. ‘Really?” DeRozan said. “Hell yeah.” Continue reading DeMar DeRozan Sets Mark For USC Players