The Texas Tip-Off serves as Texas men’s basketball head coach Shaka Smart’s way to introduce his team to the fans for the upcoming season. That introduction will be brief this year as Smart’s team will scrimmage for 12 minutes following a 10 minute scrimmage from Karen Aston’s women’s team.
AUSTIN — Shaka Smart and the Longhorns reeled in their second big-time recruit for the 2019 class when Bahamas-native (and current Brewster Academy standout) Kai Jones pledged to Texas this evening.
Shaka Smart and company got a commit from ‘19 Ft Bend Elkins guard Donovan Williams today
Team updates from workouts and 7-on-7, the immediate and future recruiting landscape, and a breakdown of Shaka Smart’s main targets for the 2019 class.
Everyone knew where Mohamed Bamba wanted to go when he arrived in Austin — the NBA. Now, he’s made it there.
The former Texas forward/center was selected 6th overall by Orlando in the 2018 NBA Draft.
Two of my daughters graduated high school the other day, so my thoughts are all over the place, and if you walk by me and say hello, I might start crying. Using this notes column as a bit of therapy…humor me…
Texas basketball’s Andrew Jones was diagnosed with Leukemia in January. After months of treatment and progress that both Jones and UT has shared publicly, Texas head coach Shaka Smart issued another piece of good news Thursday.
With the happy decision/return of senior-to-be guard Kerwin Roach now behind us, Texas Basketball can look to the future of the 2018-19 season with a clearer understanding of who they will have and what they are working with.
The roster, as of a few minutes ago was finalized as such..
A little team, a little recruiting, a little basketball.
Heading into an important year, Texas head coach Shaka Smart was looking for additional guard help in the wake of Eric Davis and Jacob Young’s departure. Courtney Ramey is that help and completes a class that now ranks in the composite top ten.