The Toronto Raptors have signed Drew Crawford and Yanick Moreira, the team announced Thursday. Crawford is the more interesting name here, as he impressed a great deal with the team at Las Vegas Summer League last month. After participating with the Raptors in that tournament in 2015, his agent reached out to the Raptors for the chance to re-join in 2016, and the Raptors were more...
Via Raptors Republic
17 days ago
Not exactly huge deals, but the Raptors are filling out their training camp roster. The Raptors announced today that they have signed two more players, free agent guard Drew Crawford and centre Yanick Moreira, to contracts of unknown financial terms and length. Like the recent signings of Jarrod Uthoff and Fred VanVleet, it remains unclear if they’ll be on the actual Raps roster...
Via Raptors HQ
17 days ago
Yanick Moreira has agreed upon a non-guaranteed deal with the Brooklyn Nets. Moreira played collegiately at SMU and was with the Los Angeles Clippers for Summer League. Moreria is a 6-11 center from Angola.
The NCAA Tournament is great because of the emotions it can bring out in players and fans alike. Sometimes, though, those emotions are downright heartbreaking. The SMU basketball team saw its season come to an abrupt end Thursday afternoon in the Round of 64, as the Mustangs dropped a nail-biter to UCLA. The game ended in controversy, as the Bruins took a 1-point lead on a goaltending...
By Jason RowanThe SMU Mustangs were upset in its opening round game against the UCLA Bruins by a score of 60-59 in one of the most shocking ways imaginable.SMU’s Yanick Moreira was whistled for a controversial goaltending call on a three-point attempt by Bryce Alford with 13 seconds remaining in the game.With the Bruins down by two points, Alford’s off-target shot appeared to...
Yanick Moreira was in tears at his postgame press conference following SMU’s 60-59 loss to UCLA in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday. The senior center jumped up to grab a shot attempt by Bryce Alford in the final 20 seconds of the game and was called for goaltending, which gave UCLA...Read More
By Jason Rowan The SMU Mustangs were upset in its opening round game against the UCLA Bruins by a score of 60-59 in one of the most shocking ways imaginable. SMU’s Yanick Moreira was whistled for a controversial goaltending call on a three-point attempt by Bryce Alford with 13 seconds remaining in the game. With the Bruins down by two points, Alford’s off-target shot...
SMU’s Yanick Moreira Tweets Frustration With Goaltend Call, Calls Out Kevin Durant, Apologizes To Fans
In what was one of the craziest endings we’ve ever seen in an NCAA Tournament game, No. 6 seed SMU lost to No. 11 seed UCLA on a goaltending call. The call was somewhat questionable, but it gave the Bruins a one-point lead, eventually sending them into the Third Round with a 60-59 victory. Following the devastating loss, SMU senior forward Yanick Moreira, the recipient of the...
The gut-wrenching ending of Thursday's NCAA tournament game between SMU and UCLA was hard enough to watch. Imagine being the guy who got called for the critical goaltending that ultimately cost sixth-seeded SMU the game. That would be senior Yanick Moreira, who was only trying to get his hands on a seemingly errant shot from UCLA's Bryce Alford with the Mustangs up 59-57 and only...
The center duo of Yanick Moreira and Cannen Cunningham scored 19 and 15 points respectively as SMU's inside attack paced the Mustangs to an 87-61 victory over Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Sunday afternoon. SMU capitalized on its advantages in height and depth in improving its record to 4-1. The Mustangs outscored the Golden Lions 52-24 in the paint, 17-2 on second-chance points and 45...
Via Associated Press
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