Bearcats welcome 6 new additions for 2020-21.
Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball
Basketball Season Archive for 2010-11
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The makeup of each starting lineup gives us a glimpse into key matchups and how these teams will try to claim victory.
A new environment has done nothing to slow the play of two of the many newcomers on Cincinnati’s roster.
There are many unknowns with this Bearcats team and that means the possible outcomes for this season fall all over the spectrum.
Adding a player like Harvey is a great move for both next season and the ones that follow.
With UConn reportedly headed back to the Big East, here is the legacy that will be left between the Bearcats and Huskies as basketball opponents in the AAC.
This teams looks entirely different than it did just a few months ago.
Evans got to experience a run to the NBA Finals but did so primarily from the bench in his first season with the Golden State Warriors.
With the roster they have, the Bearcats could line up differently each time out depending on the matchup.
The Bearcats just got even better in the backcourt.
Rebuilding the backcourt has been the priority with recent commitments, but the Valparaiso graduate transfer will help on the interior.
The newest UC commit is a talented guard who can play next season.
The Bearcats won’t have to go without the defending American Athletic Conference Player of the Year.
Vogt has not only played under John Brannen, he will help fill a positional need.
As the Bearcats’ roster continues to get thinner, there is a real need to find players who can contribute in the paint.
Clark helped the Houston Rockets get through a tough start to the season and earned himself a potential future in the NBA.
John Brannen hasn’t just been working on reconstructing the roster.
Signing Davenport marks Brannen’s first recruiting win and should translate to wins on the court.
Handsome season is in bloom.