Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball 2018-19
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.
The Bearcats won’t have to go without the defending American Athletic Conference Player of the Year.
Clark helped the Houston Rockets get through a tough start to the season and earned himself a potential future in the NBA.
Signing Davenport marks Brannen’s first recruiting win and should translate to wins on the court.
Cumberland’s potential departure for the NBA creates an important question that the Bearcats will have to answer.
Brooks was a fantastic defender and improving player on offense. Replacing a player like that is a a difficult potential challenge for the Bearcats.
Cumberland is already a fantastic player. There’s a chance a more offensive-focused system could make him something more.
Fredericks has decided to transfer. That means the playing rotation will have to be adjusted.
There are a lot of names being thrown around, but which candidates should be serious contenders?
We know now what the Bearcats were able to accomplish but did we have any idea before the season started?
The Bearcats finish the season at 24-11 overall.
Another Bearcats season has come to a close. Let’s take a look at the best and worst moments of the campaign.
The Bearcats lost in the NCAA Tournament’s first weekend yet again. Here are some reasons to feel better about the program going forward.
The defensively inclined Bearcats will contend with an Iowa team with some offensive firepower in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
The Bearcats face off Thursday with a dangerous Penguins team.
Let’s learn some things about the the Bearcats’ first round opponent from the people who know the Hawkeyes best.