SLIDESHOW: Basketball – UM v. MINN

The Miami Hurricanes did their part in the ACC/Big10 challenge Wednesday night, beating the Minnesota Golden Gophers 63-58. The ‘Canes had 3 players in double figures, Durand Scott with a season-high 20, Malcolm Grant with 16, and James Dews with 11.

Shooter in command

Shooter in command

Doubters are always welcomed by Malcolm Grant. “People are doubting me all the time,” the six-foot-one redshirt sophomore said. “People are doubting my team. We don’t get a lot of notoriety that we deserve so I use that as motivation. People doubting me motivates me. That keeps me going.” Grant even questions himself to add…


Canes win regular season opener 83-53

The University of Miami Men’s basketball team began its 2009-2010 season in style with a 83-53 win over North Carolina Central. Freshman Durand Scott was phenomenal in his college basketball debut as he dished out 10 assists while not turning the ball over once. He also finished with four points, four rebounds and two steals. Red Shirt senior Adrian Thomas chipped…


Men’s basketball season on horizon

Sixth-year head coach Frank Haith believes his team can reemerge and rebound off their disappointing 7-9 record last season in the Atlantic Coast Conference. This year the Canes are predicted to finish 10th in the ACC preseason media poll.

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