Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball 2017-18
The Top 10 Stories of 2018
In a year with a whole lot of success for the Cincinnati Bearcats, here were the headlines that garnered the most attention.
Revisiting Preseason Predictions for Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball
Now that the NBA Draft is over, its time to look back at the year that was in Cincinnati Bearcats basketball and the predictions we made back in November.
Jacob Evans Selected No. 28 Overall by the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Draft
Evans will begin is professional career with the two-time reigning champs.
Gary Clark Deserves a Shot in the NBA
He may not be projected to be drafted tonight, but he should be.
The Definitive Jacob Evans NBA Draft Profile
Everything you need to know about what Evans will bring to an NBA team near you.
Gary Clark: An Appreciation
For four years the Cincinnati Bearcats had The Problem. It was a problem any team would love to have and one that is tough to see go.
Jacob Evans: An Appreciation
With Evans headed off to the greener pastures of the NBA, its time to look back at his three excellent years as a Bearcat.
Kyle Washington: An Appreciation
For two glorious years, Kyle Washington piled up blocks, made impossible hook shots and struck fear into the hearts of opponents.
Jarron Cumberland Season in Review
Before Cumberland takes over as the No. 1 option for the Bearcats, its time to examine his sophomore season, which was filled with plenty of excellent basketball.
Cane Broome Season in Review
Broome didn’t come in and score 20 points per game like he did at Sacred Heart, but he became a more well-rounded player in his first season at Cincinnati.
Tre Scott Season in Review
Consistent improvement was the key for Scott as a sophomore, as he was better by most measures.
Nysier Brooks Season in Review
Despite a boost in minutes, Brooks seemed to fade into the background a bit this season. Despite that, his growth as a defender was a welcome sight.
With Rashawn Fredericks Commitment, Bearcats Are Building a New Kind of Team
Even with their three best players gone, the Bearcats are adjusting and shaping a roster with a ton of versatility.
Trevor Moore Season in Review
Moore was a prototypical three-and-D performer for the 2017-18 Bearcats. Next year, he’ll need to expand his powers.
Eliel Nsoseme Season in Review
The 6’9" freshman played in 29 games, but he still didn’t get a real shot.
Keith Williams Season in Review
Williams started the year strong but got lost in the shuffle and brought down by too many missed shots.
Mamoudou Diarra Season in Review
Diarra only got a cup of coffee with the Bearcats this past season.
Sean Kilpatrick Had a Clutch Fourth Quarter for the Chicago Bulls
Sean Kilpatrick (19 PTS) and Malik Monk (16 PTS) went back and forth in a 4th quarter duel of their own! pic.twitter.com/Fg3DNa52av— NBA (@NBA) April 4, 2018
The Bulls are pretty terrible but 21 points on 7-of-17 shooting is pretty good. That's what Sean Kilpatrick did for the Bulls in a 120-114 win over the Charlotte Hornets last night. He did the bulk of his damage (19 points) in the fourth quarter. #Clutch.
This is Jarron Cumberland’s Team Now
With Jacob Evans going pro and Gary Clark and Kyle Washington graduating, Cumberland is suddenly the leader of the Bearcats.
Jacob Evans Will Enter the NBA Draft
Evans has been a pillar for the Cincinnati Bearcats for three years and now he’ll be taking it to the pros.
Finding Reasons to Be Optimistic About Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball
Brutal doesn’t even do it justice, but after Sunday’s loss, the Bearcats must move on. Here’s how they can.
Remember the Good Times: Cincinnati Bearcats Were Still Great in 2017-18
A sampling of things that went right (and there was a lot) for the Cincinnati Bearcats this season.
11:37 Minutes of Hell: A Running Diary of the Collapse of all Collapses
A (hopefully) cathartic exercise in facing the demons of the Bearcats’ round of 32 loss.
NCAA Tournament Recap: Bearcats Collapse, Fall to Nevada 75-73
Wolf Pack stormed back from 22-point deficit.
Bearcats Will Use Different Matchups Against Nevada
Nevada presents a wholly unique challenge for the Bearcats, but changing up lineups to adjust is going to be a key to success.
Wendy’s, Ruth’s Chris, It Doesn’t Matter. The Bearcats are here to Contend
The Bearcats aren’t taking anything for granted, no matter where they eat.
NCAA Tournament Preview: Nevada Wolf Pack vs. Cincinnati Bearcats
This is the Bearcats’ chance to advance to Sweet Sixteen for the first time since 2011-12 season.
Cincinnati Bearcats Suddenly Favorites to Win South, Reach Final Four
Virginia’s historic loss clears lane for the Bearcats.
Jarron Cumberland Beats Georgia State as Cincinnati Bearcats Advance
Cumberland had a career-high 27 points and was the difference in a game that was more competitive than it should have been.
NCAA Tournament Preview: Georgia State Panthers vs. Cincinnati Bearcats
The Bearcats will try to the tie single-season program record for victories.
Down the Drive’s NCAA Tournament Roundtable
As we await the NCAA Tournament, the staff discuss UC’s chances, the South Region, our picks and upsets.