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JOEY KING RUMORS & GOSSIP

Big Ten Tournament can help Joey King transition into leader role

Joey King knows his role at Minnesota will increase dramatically next season. With three key seniors graduating, King, a 6-foot-9 forward, will become one of the Golden Gophers’ main guys. He realizes that, and it has shown in his play the last two games. King followed up a great performance in the regular season finale against Penn State with an even better outing Wednesday...
Via The Catch and Shoot
March 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Game Preview: Gophers vs. Somebody

I'm taking my kids to the Gopher game tomorrow.  I just now realized that I have no idea who they're playing, that's how checked out I am this year.  That's kind of the reason I haven't written a post game post in a while.  I watch the games, I take notes like usual, then the Gophers self combust and lose the game in some kind of disheartening way and I really don't want to write...
Via Down with Goldy
January 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Gophers 67, Florida State 64

Well they won.  Winning is better than losing, right?  Even in the NIT which forces me and you to watch another game that we barely care about.  They certainly tried to lose, but FSU just wanted the loss more.  Anyway, here are ten things I liked and didn't like.1.  Joey King was a total spaz.  For someone who was such a big part of the offense in this NIT run to win with him...
Via Down with Goldy
April 02, 2014  |  Discuss

King and Walker must play big to stop the still massive Seminoles.

For the second time in three seasons, the Gophers will play in the N.I.T. semi-finals in New York City. Their opponent, the Florida State Seminoles, failed to make the NCAA tournament in large part because of their loss back in December to the Golden Gophers in the Big Ten - ACC Challenge. The Gophers will be out for revenge too, in a bit more convoluted way. Their once "good win...
Via From The Barn
March 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Walker helps Gophers rally to advance in NIT

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Joey King scored 18 points and top-seeded Minnesota spotted St. Mary's a big early lead before surging to a 63-55 win in the second round of the NIT on Sunday. The Gophers fell behind 14-0 after they didn't score in the game's first 6:50, finally breaking through on Maurice Walker's layup. Walker also gave Minnesota (22-13) its first lead at 29-28 on a putback...
Via Fox Sports North
March 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Gophers regroup, turn attention to NIT foe High Point

MINNEAPOLIS -- Players from the Gophers men's basketball team didn't even bother to gather together to watch Sunday's NCAA tournament selection show. In their hearts, they seemingly knew that they wouldn't hear their names called. Minnesota coach Richard Pitino said that he felt his team had a 40 percent chance of making the Big Dance. Turns out his premonition was right. Too many...
Via Fox Sports North
March 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Gophers look to shake slump with lineup switch

MINNEAPOLIS -- Mired in a three-game losing streak, the Gophers men's basketball team hopes to shake things up by making a change to its starting lineup. Head coach Richard Pitino said Friday that sophomore Joey King will start at power forward for Saturday's game against Indiana, moving junior Oto Osenieks to the bench. Osenieks had started all 23 of Minnesota's games to this point...
Via Fox Sports North
February 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Purdue 77, Minnesota 74

Blah blah balh let's just get to the 10 things I liked and mostly didn't like.1.  First off, as most triple overtimes games are this one was heart breaking.  The bad part is it wasn't heart breaking in a "they battled their asses off just couldn't get the win" way or a "man they really did everything they could it just wasn't enough" way.  It was heart breaking in a "Purdue did...
Via Down with Goldy
February 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Short-handed Gophers receive boost from frontcourt duo

MINNEAPOLIS -- No Joey King, no Mo Walker, no problem forthe short-handed Gophers mens basketball team.Playing with a small lineup for most of the night, Minnesotaeasily dispensed of visiting Wofford. Thanks to big contributions from big menOto Osenieks and Elliott Eliason, the Gophers handed the Terriers a 79-57 lossto improve to 5-0 in the Richard Pitino Era.King, a 6-foot-9 sophomore...
Via Fox Sports North
November 21, 2013  |  Discuss
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