NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – In preparation for the 2014 Atlantic 10 Men’s Basketball Championship, Barclays Center has launched a webpage dedicated to this year’s championship.
The site can be found on the Barclays Center website and features ticket information along with video and photos of each of the A-10’s member institutions.
In addition, Brooklyn Nets and Barclays Center Senior Reporter Lenn Robbins will write a weekly feature leading up to the championship. In this week’s installment, Robbins profiles Dayton Head Coach Archie Miller, the success of the Flyers this season and a look at this weekend’s conference games.
Below are links to more Lenn in Brooklyn features on Atlantic 10 Men’s Basketball.
January 10th, 2014
Miller Has Dayton Flying
It’s a good thing Dayton coach Archie Miller is good with names. Miller is beginning his third season at Dayton with a vastly different team than the one he had last season.
January 3rd, 2014
VCU the Team to Beat as Atlantic 10 League Play Begins
Atlantic 10 Conference play begins this week with some ridiculously grueling matchups, which is good for league teams that are going to have to be comfortable with the concept of grueling to get by VCU.
December 29th, 2013
VCU and St. John’s Win With Unique Styles
Havoc is the style of basketball played by the VCU Rams. They press and trap and attack and tip passes and switch on defense and change defenses and, wow, need a breath.
December 27th, 2013
A Resurgence in the Bronx, Courtesy of a City Kid
In more than 25 years of sports reporting there are no doubts that those of us in the Northeast have no understanding of how passionate college football is in the Southeast, unless, of course, you attended one of those football factories.
December 20th, 2013
Atlantic 10 Looks to Make a Statement
This is one of those weeks a conference such as the Atlantic 10 lives for. This is a chance to make a statement. Or, better yet, statements.
December 13th, 2013
Atlantic 10 Becoming Elite Conference
At some point you’d figure college basketball fans would grasp this truth: the Atlantic 10 Conference is a damn good basketball league. And it has been for some time.