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Destiny Harden’s 20-point performance not enough as Miami falls to Virginia Tech

Despite entering the contest 11-2 at home all-time versus Virginia Tech (11-7, 6-7 ACC), Miami (8-8, 5-8 ACC) was unable to rally off a win just a few days after recording its fifth double-digit win of the season in the victory over Florida State on Sunday.

Men’s basketball game against North Carolina postponed after video surfaces of UNC players partying maskless

The game was originally scheduled to be played on Monday at 7 p.m. inside the Dean E. Smith Center, but both of the schools’ administrators concluded that a postponement would remain necessary in order to comply with the ACC Medical Advisory Group report protocols.

Depth-less Miami falls to Wake Forest, loses third consecutive ACC contest

“Wake Forest earned the victory,” Miami head coach Jim Larrañaga said. “We, obviously, are very beat up and don’t have a lot of weapons right now, so I was proud of the effort we gave in the second half. I thought we did some good things to kind of put ourselves in a position to go on a run, but we just didn’t have enough offense to complete the plays.”

Miami drops second-straight conference game with only seven active scholarship players

The Canes struggled themselves, however, with only seven scholarship players available, as sophomore forward Anthony Walker (bruised heel), Earl Timberlake (shoulder), and Chris Lykes (ankle) were sidelined in the 73-59 loss.

Miami struggles against Syracuse zone defense, suffers fifth ACC loss in seven games

The Miami Hurricanes attempted to build momentum on the road at Syracuse after upsetting the No. 16 Louisville Cardinals on Saturday. But not much went right for Jim Larrañaga’s program, however, as his team struggled mightily against Syracuse’s stifling defense.

Miami shocks No. 16 Louisville behind Wong’s career-best 30 points

Hurricanes surprised some across the college basketball landscape with an impressive 78-72 win over the No. 16 Louisville Cardinals, snapping an 18-game losing streak over AP Top 25 ranked opponents.

Miami allows 18 3-point shots in 84-62 road loss at Boston College

Collecting their first ACC win on the season, 84-62, Eagles guards Jay Heath and Rich Kelly combined for 52 points to burn Miami (5-6, 1-5 ACC) on the team’s 18 3-point field goals.

Second straight game-winning shot leaves Miami in shock and winless amid conference play

“These last three ACC games have been very, very tough to swallow,” said Miami head coach Jim Larrañaga on his team dropping the last three games by a combined five points. “We had our chances—multiple chances to win these games. We just keep coming up a little bit short.”

Turnovers sting Miami in heartbreaking 66-65 loss to Clemson

Sophomore guard Isaiah Wong led the Hurricanes yet again with 13 points while senior guard Elijah Olaniyi and sophomore guard Harlond Beverly combined for 20. Their shared double-digit scoring was not enough to outlast Clemson (8-1, 2-1 ACC), who upset No. 18 Florida State at home on Tuesday evening.

Banks scores career-high 18 points, but Canes not enough to sink Notre Dame

Hurricanes senior guard Endia Banks, who received her first start on the season, paced her team with 18 points on 7-of-18 shooting through 34 minutes of action.

Miami ends two-game skid, rides aggressive performances from Isaiah Wong and Anthony Walker

Sophomores Isaiah Wong and Anthony Walker combined for 43 points as the Miami Hurricanes men’s basketball team won their final non-conference matchup on the season against Jacksonville, 73-64, on Saturday afternoon at the Watsco Center

Miami wins close game over Stetson despite losing Chris Lykes and Matt Cross in second half

Sophomore guard Isaiah Wong recorded his second career double-double with 17 points and 12 rebounds through 31 minutes of action as the Hurricanes men’s basketball team defeated Stetson 82-60 on Friday night at home.
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