Jeremiah Rivers Archive

Bank is open for George Mason, IU falls 69-66

Cam Long’s three-pointer with 5.4 seconds remaining, a bank shot as the shot clock expired, lifted George Mason past Indiana 69-66 in the seventh place game of the O’Reilly Auto Parts Tip-Off Classic. Long hit the game-winner with the teams ...

Good, Bad and Ugly: Ole Miss

THE GOOD: FIRST FIVE MINUTES. This is what this Hoosiers team can be. Running the break efficiently, not letting teams get set up on D, pushing the pace, getting controlled buckets in transition with Jeremiah Rivers and Verdell Jones leading ...

Turnovers, pour foul shooting sink Hoosiers in Puerto Rico

For seven minutes in Puerto Rico, Indiana looked capable of hanging with Ole Miss. And just like that, the Rebels reeled off a 28-5 run en route to a comfortable 89-71 win in the opening round of the O’Reilly Auto ...

The Morning After: Hey, That’s Doc Rivers!

Did anyone else get a minor chill seeing Doc Rivers in Assembly Hall? I can’t explain this at all. I don’t really like Rivers. I’m not sure he’s a great NBA coach so much as a decent NBA coach who ...

Good, Bad and Ugly: USC Upstate

THE GOOD: CHRISTIAN WATFORD AND DEREK ELSTON. Watford continues to impress. He’s been billed as a guy that can do it all, and this game really highlighted that: he got boards, hit shots, created in the lane, got some steals, ...

Winning ugly: Hoosiers beat USC Upstate, 69-61

It wasn’t pretty, but Tom Crean and the Indiana Hoosiers won for the second time in four days, laboring past USC-Upstate 69-61 Monday night in Assembly Hall. IU committed 18 turnovers and hit just 16 of 30 free throws, but ...

A view from the balcony: Howard

Editor’s Note: Matt Dollinger is a senior at Indiana University and is the former men’s basketball beat writer for the Indiana Daily Student. Please welcome him as our newest contributor on Inside the Hall. Email him at [email protected] Like so ...

Q & A: John Gasaway of Basketball Prospectus (Part Two)

John Gasaway is a writer for Basketball Prospectus and is a co-author of the upcoming book, The Basketball Prospectus 2010 Major-Conference Preview. He previously wrote for the Big Ten Wonk. We recently exchanged e-mails with John to help us preview ...

ITH Super Happy Fun Time Player Profile: Jeremiah Rivers

Hoosier Hysteria is on the horizon and it’s time for Inside the Hall’s player-by-player breakdown of the 2009-2010 Indiana Hoosiers. Today: Jeremiah Rivers. There is no player on this 2009-10 Hoosiers squad I’m more interested in seeing on the court ...

Notes from Tom Crean’s Thursday press conference

Tom Crean met with the media Thursday and we’ve sifted through his comments and posted some highlights below. A full transcript is available here and you can listen to the audio from the H-T/Hoosier Scoop here. On Jeremiah Rivers: “As ...

Report: Jeremiah Rivers to Indiana

Remember that Washington Times report a few weeks ago about Jeremiah Rivers transferring to Indiana? Well, according to our friends over at the H-T/Hoosier Scoop, Rivers made it official over the weekend. Jeremiah Rivers committed to Indiana this weekend, a ...

Roundup: Adidas May Classic

The Adidas May Classic took place this weekend in Bloomington and here are some notes from the event compiled from around the Web: — Indiana Elite, led by Bobby Capobianco (IU), Jordan Hulls, Stephan Van Treese, Colt Ryan, D.J. Byrd ...

Washington Times report: Jeremiah Rivers to Indiana

A report this morning in The Washington Times says that former Georgetown guard Jeremiah Rivers, son of Boston Celtics coach and Marquette alum Doc Rivers, plans to enroll at Indiana. Rivers visited the Indiana campus on Friday, according to the ...