University of Cincinnati men's basketball junior Jarron Cumberland announced his decision to "test the waters" of the 2019 NBA Draft Saturday via his Instagram page.
For this final time this school year, it’s time to check in on the status of notable University of Cincinnati basketball alums who are currently pursuing professional careers.
The University of Cincinnati found its 27th head men’s basketball coach in Northern Kentucky University’s John Brannen Sunday afternoon. An introductory press conference was held Monday morning at Fifth Third Arena.
The University of Cincinnati hired Northern Kentucky University's John Brannen to replace Mick Cronin as its head men's basketball coach Sunday, as first reported by Jeff Goodman of Stadium and Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports.
Rashawn Fredericks of the University of Cincinnati men's basketball team intends to transfer after the departure of head coach Mick Cronin to the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) earlier this week.
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