Andre may have picked the wrong VR program this morning. The NBA’s worst free throw shooters are marked men, assailed on all sides by intentional foulers and mocking fans alike. The likes of DeAndre Jordan and Dwight Howard will try pretty much anything to improve — practicing more, changing their shooting form in minor ways, and maybe even undergoing some kind of psychological counseling.
Following a home visit Wednesday with Arizona head coach Sean Miller and assistant Book Richardson, Nick Richards will take an official visit to the Pac-12 school the weekend of Oct. 7, sources said. The Arizona visit will mark the second official for the St. Patrick's (N.J.) big man after he takes his first to Kentucky this coming weekend. "Yeah, Book keeps it real with me," Richards, a native of Jamaica who has only been playing organized ball for about four years, told me last month of the Arizona assistant from New York. "He's probably the only coach out of all of them that keeps it the most real with me." Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim also had a home visit on Tuesday with Richards, who
George Washington announced on Tuesday that Maurice Joseph has been named interim head coach for the 2016-17 season. “I am eager and well prepared to begin this journey with the 13 student-athletes in our locker room and the tight-knit group of coaches that I will rely upon heavily,” said Joseph. “It is a distinct honor to have the opportunity to be a mentor to our team in this new role. I have the utmost confidence that I will validate the trust that Provost Maltzman and Patrick Nero have placed in me, and that we will deliver a product that makes our students, alumni and fans across the globe proud of GW Basketball and the university.” Joseph has been a part of the GW coaching staff for the