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Category: Iowa Hawkeyes men’s basketball

Bryce Miller: Patience with Peter Jok wearing dangerously thin

[ 0 ] July 15, 2014

Peter Jok: First of all … stay … off … the … moped. Second of all: You’re treading dangerously close to that old baseball phrase, “Three strikes, you’re out.” No matter how good you are as a basketball player, no matter how many 3-pointers you can drain, no matter how many minutes Iowa hopes you’ll […]

UPDATE: Peter Jok indefinitely suspended after charge of driving on revoked license

[ 0 ] July 15, 2014

An Iowa basketball player has found himself in more legal trouble. A criminal complaint says sophomore guard Peter Jok was stopped at 11:45 p.m. Monday on his moped at W. Market and Madison streets in Iowa City for improper lights and failure to have a safety flag. Police confirmed that Jok, whose legal name is […]

Survey: Help enhance your HawkCentral experience

[ 0 ] July 11, 2014

We’re grateful that so many of you make us a trusted home for Hawkeyes sports coverage. And we want to serve you even better, giving you focused, improved, in-depth information and access year-round. So this is your chance to tell us what you want and how we can guide your Iowa sports experience across every […]

Barta on basketball recruiting misses, passing of baton at track coach

[ 0 ] July 9, 2014

When it comes to evaluating Iowa men’s basketball coach Fran McCaffery as a recruiter, the person who hired him isn’t concerned about a few recent near-misses. “If the expectation is that he’s going to hit 100 percent on every recruit, there is no coach in America that would succeed,” Iowa Athletics Director Gary Barta said […]

Ex-Hawkeye Zach McCabe pleads not guilty in bar incident

[ 0 ] July 9, 2014

The former Iowa basketball player who allegedly punched a man in the face and then blew him a kiss while walking out of an Iowa City bar has pleaded not guilty. According to documents filed Monday in Johnson County District Court, Zach McCabe, 22, has filed a written plea of not guilty to a serious […]

Devyn Marble impresses in NBA Summer League opener

[ 0 ] July 5, 2014

By Greg Auman Special to the Register ORLANDO, Fla. – On a day when the Orlando Magic’s two lottery picks combined for nine points and eight turnovers, the team’s rookie standout in Saturday’s NBA Summer League opener was second-round pick Devyn Marble, who scored 13 points in 16 minutes of Orlando’s 83-77 win against the […]

White eyes LeBron James camp, big season for Hawkeyes

[ 0 ] July 3, 2014

Aaron White loved LeBron James when he played for his favorite NBA team, the Cleveland Cavaliers. When James pulled up stakes and headed for Miami, Iowa’s forward lost some of that passion. “I’m not going to lie: When he left, I wasn’t a big fan,” said the 6-foot-9 senior from Strongsville, Ohio. “But I respect […]

Aaron White headed to LeBron’s skills academy

[ 0 ] July 3, 2014

Aaron White’s summer just keeps getting better.  The 6-foot-9 forward for the Iowa basketball team has been invited to the LeBron James Skills Academy, which features 30 of the top collegiate players from around the country. The camp will be held next Wednesday through Saturday in Las Vegas. White expressed his excitement on Twitter on […]

Darius Stokes says on Twitter that he plans to transfer to Fairleigh-Dickinson University

[ 0 ] July 3, 2014

Former Iowa Hawkeye Darius Stokes will finish his college basketball career at Fairleigh Dickinson University. The 6-foot-7 Cedar Rapids native announced his decision on Twitter on Wednesday. “Excited to say that I have committed to Fairleigh-Dickinson University to further my education and play the sport that I love.#blessed,’” Stokes said. Iowa defeated Fairleigh-Dickinson 92-59 on […]

Orlando GM: Devyn Marble is ‘hard-nosed dude’

[ 0 ] June 30, 2014

Why did the Orlando Magic trade for Iowa’s Devyn Marble last week? Because they like his toughness. Marble was selected by Denver in the second round, then immediately traded to Orlando. “To play really good basketball, you’ve got to play both ends of the floor,” Magic general manager Rob Hennigan told the Orlando Sentinel. “That’s […]