Northwestern Basketball 2016-2017 Season Preview
How many wins? How many losses? Nobody knows! That’s what makes a pretty fun preview podcast!
A lot of players need to increase their production this season, especially sophomore center Dererk Pardon.
The Wildcats can go several routes here.
Who needs to step up? How will minutes be allocated? We discuss
Barrett Benson and Isiah Brown are both likely to figure in Chris Collins’ plans this year, but to what extent?
Even after one scrimmage, we’re not sure how much everyone will see the court.
Answering readers’ questions about the upcoming men’s hoops season for the Wildcats.
Chris Collins, Scottie Lindsey and Isiah Brown all met with the media following the big win.
Isiah Brown (18 points) provided a spark off the bench for the hosts in their first (somewhat) real game action of the 2016-2017 season.
Scrimmages are fun!
Basketball is back! Kind of...
The Wildcats have to get points from somewhere. Who will lead the charge?
Are the Wildcats better equipped to replace Demps’ scoring or Olah’s size?
What even is a zone defense, really?
The sophomore should be in line for more minutes after not seeing much time last year.
Gavin “The Energizer” Skelly always brings pep off the bench.
The all-time leading scorer in Seattle’s Metro League will have a role in 2016.
The true freshman will find himself in opportunities to contribute in year one.
Sanjay Lumpkin is your quintessential glue guy.
The sophomore center will need to play a much bigger role this season.
The sharpshooter is the Wildcats’ best perimeter threat.
Will the junior finally have the breakout season expected of him?
He might be the most important piece of the puzzle