Found December 17, 2011 on
The former Jesuit High star's camp run ends Sunday as he and three others are cut.
BEST OF MAXIM
Oregon State had an easy night on their hands last night beating Howard 93-72. Oregon State guard Jared Cunningham made it look even easier with a huge reverse alley-oop dunk. For a 6-4 guard he made the dunk look way easier than it was. Oregon State coach Craig Robinson praised the young player after the game saying "I've never seen anybody who can catch the ball...
If you haven’t already get to know the name Jared Cunningham. The Oregon State star is averaging 17.2 points per game this season and is one of the most athletic players in the country.
Last night Oregon State defeated Howard 93-72 and in that game Cunningham had one of the best dunks so far in this college basketball season.
The Beavers point guard Ahamd Starks passed...
When Howard played Oregon State last year all the buzz was about the Obamas being in attendance (OSU coach Craig Robinson is Michelle’s brother, you see). This year all the buzz is about OSU’s Jared Cunningham throwing down a dunk of the year candidate:
Yep, that was a from-way-downtown reverse alley-oop with a slight pump in transition. Howard lost by 21, by the way, and is...
Oregon State Basketball hasn’t been relevant in two decades, since Gary Payton and A.C. Green played in Corvallis. After being No. 1 in the nation and a No. 1 seed in the 1981 NCAA Tournament, the program’s bottom was its 0-18 mark in the Pac-10 in 2008. That led to the hiring of Craig Robinson [...]
Oregon State forward Joe Burton is 6-7 and 280 pounds, and yet here he is, feeding Jared Cunningham from the top of the key for a beautiful alley-oop against Howard last night. (Burton is averaging 3.6 assists through 10 games.) It took the Beavers three dribbles and three passes to beat a full-court press, which is just about the best kind of break...
Oregon State forward Joe Burton can be seen here feeding teammate Jared Cunningham for this fantastic reverse alley-oop against Howard.
Oregon State extended an offer a few days ago to Kentrell Brice, the Louisiana Tech commit from Ruston High School.