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McClellan, Reed Help Miami Survive “Elimination Game”

By Austin Sapin Miami came into Wednesday’ matchup with Pittsburgh squarely on the bubble. With their tournament hopes on the line, the Hurricanes’ bubble didn’t burst as they claimed a vital 67-63 win. Both teams came into the game in the “Next Four Out” column, making a defeat in this game almost impossible to come back from. In essentially an elimination game, Sheldon...
Via CaneInsider
March 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Vine: Miami’s Davon Reed Shook UNC’s Justin Jackson With A Sick Crossover

No. 15 UNC is leading Miami in Coral Gables right now, but Hurricanes’ guard Davon Reed may have produced the highlight of the game in the first half. Reed made UNC freshman forward Justin Jackson look silly with a crossover move before finishing at the rim while being fouled.  Check it out. Nasty. 
Via College Spun
February 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Davon Reed, Angel Rodriguez not enough for Miami against Wake Forest

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) -- Dinos Mitoglou scored 21 points and Wake Forest held on to beat Miami 72-70 on Wednesday night. Darius Leonard added 14 points and Devin Thomas had 13 for the Demon Deacons (12-13, 4-8 Atlantic Coast Conference). They made a season-high 12 3-pointers and shot 46.4 percent while winning their third in four games. Davon Reed scored 17 points while Angel...
Via Fox Sports Florida
February 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Returning from injury, Hurricanes’ Davon Reed becomes steady force

He said it meant nothing because of the loss, but it was easy for other Hurricanes to appreciate Davon Reed’s breakout performance last Tuesday against ninth-ranked Louisville. The sophomore guard tied his career-high with 19 points and missed just one shot, making his first seven and first five from three-point range. He finished 7-of-8 (5-of-6 from long distance) with five rebounds...
Via Canes Watch
February 07, 2015

Miami Hurricanes Men’s Basketball Preview: Part 3

By Austin Sapin After examining what the returning players will contribute this season yesterday, we look today at two members of the team whose absence throw off the initial plans of Coach Larrañaga.  With so much roster turnover will Miami be able to overcome the loss of a stalwart and a potential significant piece? Find out below. How much will Reed’s injury and Uceda’s...
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November 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Miami Hurricanes guard Davon Reed out four to six months

University of Miami sophomore guard Davon Reed underwent surgery on a left lower extremity that will sideline him for four to six months, according to head coach Jim Larranaga. A statement released by the athletic department said he sustained the injury during an offseason basketball workout on Tuesday. Dr. Michael Baraga performed a "successful surgery." As a freshman, Reed averaged...
Via Fox Sports Florida
September 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Miami loses G Davon Reed for 4-6 months

CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) Miami sophomore guard Davon Reed is expected to miss four to six months after surgery. The Hurricanes announced Reed's injury Friday, one day after he had the surgery on what university officials described as a ''left lower extremity.'' He was injured in an offseason workout earlier in the week. Reed made 10 starts for Miami last season and averaged 6.6 points...
Via AP on Fox
September 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Miami's inexperience leads to struggles late vs. Syracuse

CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- With inexperience comes inconsistency. University of Miami head coach Jim Larranaga knew it would surface during a season in which the Hurricanes had to replace their top six scorers from a Sweet 16 team. It became a factor again in Miami's 64-52 loss to No. 2 Syracuse on Saturday afternoon at BankUnited Center. With 8:20 remaining, freshman guard Davon Reed...
Via Fox Sports Florida
January 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Syracuse Remains Perfect, Defeats University of Miami

by Steve EtterThe freshman show-Ennis leads the Orange to victory over Reed and the Hurricanes.Syracuse Orange 19-0 (6-0 ACC) beat the Miami Hurricanes 10-9 (2-5 ACC) 64-52.Like Canes Coach Jim Larranaga said at the beginning of his press conference that it was a very good college basketball game. And he was right.The Canes struggled against the Orange defense and could not get a...
Via College Hoops Digest
January 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Miami Hurricanes fall to Syracuse Orange 64-52

They gave Syracuse a scare, but an early 18-point deficit was too much for the Miami Hurricanes to overcome. The No. 2 Orange handily defeated the Hurricanes 64-52 Saturday afternoon. Miami closed the half with an 18-5 run and got the game within two after the break. But the undefeated Orange prevailed. Trevor Cooney made a three-point shot with 2:19 left to put Syracuse up by six...
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January 25, 2014  |  Discuss

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