Iowa State grabs another transfer

Fred Hoiberg is an absolute genius. Besides turning around Iowa State basketball so that it has become a formidable presence in the Big 12, the man has attracted many a transfer player to Ames. The most recent of these success stories is, of course, Marshall transfer DeAndre Kane. With Kane gone, Iowa State had need of another do-it-all guard to replace Kane, and Hoiberg found it...
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Cyclones add UNLV's leading scorer, JUCO standout

The Iowa State Cyclones added some needed help in the backcourt Sunday when former UNLV guard Bryce Dejean-Jones announced he would transfer to Ames. The 6-foot-5 guard led the Rebels in scoring last season (13.6 PPG) while also averaging 3.7 rebounds and 3.0 assists. He will be eligible immediately since he's already graduated. "(Head coach Fred Hoiberg) does a good job...
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UNLV Transfer Bryce Dejean-Jones Tweets That He Wants To Be An Iowa State Cyclone

The college basketball transfer market has been as active as ever this year, and today brings a few big announcements. Earlier today, we learned about Trevor Thompson’s move to Ohio State, and now it looks like Iowa State has picked up a big addition. UNLV guard Bryce Dejean-Jones spent the weekend at Iowa State, and it looks like he will become a Cyclone. Had a great weekend...
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Iowa State looks to stave off upset-minded UConn

Iowa State faces seventh-seeded UConn tonight for a Sweet 16 battle in Madison Square Garden. Tip-off is set for 7:27 PM ET. Iowa State won a tense Round of 32 match against North Carolina, shooting incredibly well from deep down the stretch. And of course, DeAndre Kane attacking the paint helped seal the win. UConn is coming off a 77-65 upset of two-seed Villanova, in which Shabazz...
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Iowa State Coach Fred Hoiberg Dances In Locker Room After Win Against North Carolina

With one of Iowa State’s main players done for the tournament (forward George Niang – broken foot against North Carolina Central), the Cyclones needed to play a perfect game to beat UNC. Not only did DeAndre Kane and Iowa State play great basketball, the team also remained resilient in the end with Kane hitting the game-winning layup with 1.6 seconds left. The victory would...
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Kane powers Iowa State into Sweet 16

It’s been fourteen years, but the Iowa State Cyclones are finally back in the Sweet 16. The Cyclones pulled out a tough 85-83 win in the final minutes to send sixth-seeded North Carolina home. Despite having to play without key forward Georges Niang, who fractured his foot in the Cyclones’ Round of 64 win against NC Central, Iowa State found production from other players to stave...
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2014 March Madness: Iowa State vs. UConn – Game Time, TV Schedule, Announcers, Line, Predictions

Will Hoiberg keep dancing? Shabazz Napier vs. DeAndre Kane? Yes please. They say that great guard play is essential to making a deep run into March. Well, both of these squads have it. UConn knocked off St. Joe’s in overtime, then outlasted 2-seed Villanova to punch its ticket for the Sweet 16. Iowa State took down North Carolina Central with ease before mounting an incredible...
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WATCH: Clock malfunction leads to controversial UNC-Iowa State ending

After DeAndre Kane’s game-winning basket with 1.6 seconds left in Sunday’s round of 32 game, UNC freshman guard Nate Britt dribbled the ball down the court and instead of shooting, attempted to call a timeout. The buzzer went off and the game was signaled over. The officials then got together and deliberated by the monitor for about five minutes, and eventually deemed that the...
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DeAndre Kane Hits Game-Winning Shot with 1 Second Left against UNC

DeAndre Kane was absolutely phenomenal in Iowa State round of 32 win against UNC on Sunday, hitting the game winning runner in the lane with less than two seconds left in the contest. The 6’6″ point guard nearly had a triple double, dropping a game-high 24 points, grabbing 10 boards, and dishing out 7 assists. In Georges Niang’s absence, Kane was everything the Cyclones needed...
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Iowa State Cyclones: exciting win, but concerns remain

Iowa State Cyclones: exciting win, but concerns remainIt may have been Senior Day for the Iowa State Cyclones, but it was the Iowa State sophomores who made the day memorable. After losing two in a row, the Cyclones made sure the regular season didn’t end in a losing streak, as ISU roared back from a 16 point deficit to beat Oklahoma State in overtime, 85-81. Senior DeAndre Kane...
March 08, 2014  |  Discuss

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