Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball 2018-19
Justin Jenifer: An Appreciation
Jenifer was a steady force at point guard, helping to facilitate the offense while developing his own scoring ability, especially from three, as he progressed through his career.
Cincinnati Bearcats in the NBA Season Review: Jacob Evans
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.
Jarron Cumberland’s Return is the Best Possible News for the Bearcats
The Bearcats won’t have to go without the defending American Athletic Conference Player of the Year.
Cincinnati Bearcats in the NBA Season Review: Gary Clark
Clark helped the Houston Rockets get through a tough start to the season and earned himself a potential future in the NBA.
Jeremiah Davenport’s Commitment is the First Win of the John Brannen Era
Signing Davenport marks Brannen’s first recruiting win and should translate to wins on the court.
Who Plays Point Guard if Logan Johnson Leaves?
Another Bearcat might transfer so Cincinnati has another position to address.
Season in Review: Trevon Scott
Scott had a career year as a junior and he might need to have another one as a senior if the Bearcats hope to compete for another league title.
Nysier Brooks: An Appreciation
As Brooks moves on to the next phase of his career, let’s take a look back at the impact he made for the Bearcats.
Who Needs to Step up if Jarron Cumberland Leaves for the NBA?
Cumberland’s potential departure for the NBA creates an important question that the Bearcats will have to answer.
Season in Review: Keith Williams
Williams had a breakout season but there is still the potential that he will be even better.
Season in Review: Trevor Moore
Moore really regressed as a sophomore but a fresh start could be just what he needs.
If Nysier Brooks Transfers, What Will the Bearcats Do?
Brooks was a fantastic defender and improving player on offense. Replacing a player like that is a a difficult potential challenge for the Bearcats.
Cane Broome: An Appreciation
Cane Broome was the Sixth Man of the Year for two seasons at Cincinnati.
Could Jarron Cumberland be Even Better in John Brannen’s System?
Cumberland is already a fantastic player. There’s a chance a more offensive-focused system could make him something more.
How Will Rashawn Fredericks’ Decision to Transfer Affect the Bearcats?
Fredericks has decided to transfer. That means the playing rotation will have to be adjusted.
John Brannen is the Cincinnati Bearcats’ Next Head Coach
That really came together quickly.
Evaluating Potential Head Coaches for the Cincinnati Bearcats
There are a lot of names being thrown around, but which candidates should be serious contenders?
Season in Review: Eliel Nsoseme
Despite being limited to a reserve role, Nsoseme was one of the best Bearcats on the boards and on defense.
Mick Cronin Leaves for UCLA. Now What?
Cronin guided the Bearcats through an era of prosperity but with his departure for UCLA, the program is in flux.
Season in Review: Logan Johnson
Johnson’s 2018-19 campaign was more about building for the future than the present season but he still managed to make his mark.
Season in Review: Mamoudou Diarra
Diarra played sporadically but was solid when he did play. The key now will be adding some offense and being patient on a roster with a lot of frontcourt depth.
Revisiting Preseason Predictions for the 2018-19 Cincinnati Bearcats
We know now what the Bearcats were able to accomplish but did we have any idea before the season started?
Bearcats Fall Short in WNIT Quarterfinals Against TCU
The Bearcats finish the season at 24-11 overall.
The Highs and Lows of the 2018-19 Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball Season
Another Bearcats season has come to a close. Let’s take a look at the best and worst moments of the campaign.
Reasons to be Optimistic About Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball
The Bearcats lost in the NCAA Tournament’s first weekend yet again. Here are some reasons to feel better about the program going forward.
Women’s Basketball Outlasts Minnesota, 72-65
Bearcats survive and advance to the round of 16 in the WNIT.
Box Score Deep Dive: Another March Meltdown
The Bearcats are headed home after another short stay in the NCAA Tournament.
NCAA Tournament Preview: Cincinnati Bearcats vs. Iowa Hawkeyes
The defensively inclined Bearcats will contend with an Iowa team with some offensive firepower in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
NCAA Tournament Staff Roundtable
Featuring our thoughts on Cincinnati’s chances, upset picks and the most interesting matchups in the first round
WNIT First Round Preview: Cincinnati Bearcats vs. Youngstown State Penguins
The Bearcats face off Thursday with a dangerous Penguins team.
NCAA Tournament Q&A Preview: Iowa Hawkeyes featuring Black Hearts Gold Pants
Let’s learn some things about the the Bearcats’ first round opponent from the people who know the Hawkeyes best.
Can Trevon Scott Continue His American Athletic Conference Tournament Success?
If he does, the Bearcats will be that much more dangerous in the NCAA Tournament.