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Kadji proves his worth after long journey
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Kadji proves his worth after long journey

With his first season wrapped up, Kenny Kadji had consistently proven to coach Jim Larranaga that he can be one of Miami’s most productive and dependable weapons. Kadji, the 6-foot-11-inch forward/center who sat out his first season at Miami after transferring from Florida, finished second on the team with 11.7 points per game and led…

Promising season comes to disappointing end at Gonzaga
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Promising season comes to disappointing end at Gonzaga

Both Miami basketball teams’ seasons came to abrupt ends on opposite ends of the country last spring, as both were eliminated early in their respective postseason tournaments. First the Miami men were mauled by Minnesota, 78-60, in a second-round NIT home game, and about half an hour later, the women’s magical season and push for…

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Haith’s ‘success’ at Missouri comes at Hurricanes’ expense

Former Miami men’s basketball coach and current Missouri coach Frank Haith was named national coach of the year by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association.

The announcement came just three days after his Big 12 Championship season was spoiled by a first round loss to No. 15 seed Norfolk State in the NCAA Tournament. The award credits Haith’s first season at Missouri, in which he inherited five senior rotation players and cruised to a record of 30 wins and five losses.

Statement win over FSU boosts tourney hopes
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Statement win over FSU boosts tourney hopes

UM students stormed the BankUnited Center floor at the final buzzer as a season-high crowd of 7,261 were on hand to witness a much-needed victory against rival Florida State. With Reggie Johnson declared ineligible by the NCAA, Miami (17-10, 8-6 ACC) prevailed 78-62 against No. 15 Florida State (19-9, 10-4 ACC) in a critical game…

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