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Basketball Issue: Theus ready for anything in year two

Entering his second year as head coach, Reggie Theus' experience as a NBA player and coach make him the ideal source for men's basketball players, on and off the court. Photo credit: Trevor Stamp/Senior Photographer

Andrew Lim

November 16, 2014

Being a person of integrity and an NBA player for 13 years has given him enough credibility for the players to trust and respect him. With Josh Greene, third leading scorer from last year, graduating and heading to Italy to play for a Euroleague team, men’s basketball Head Coach Reggie Theus wa...

Greene leaves his mark on, off the court at CSUN

Greene leaves his mark on, off the court at CSUN

Pete D. Camarillo

May 8, 2014

  The Matadors spent this past season making a run at a Big West Championship, and fought hard until the final moment of the championship game. But none of the team's success would have been possible without the leadership and clutch performances of graduating guard Josh Greene. On several...

Men’s Basketball: Josh Greene and Stephan Hicks return to lead a young men’s basketball squad


November 7, 2012

Written by Steve Cereghino   With CSUN’s men’s basketball roster full of nearly all freshmen and sophomores, returning starters Josh Greene and Stephan Hicks will be looked upon to lead the Matadors to success. “It’s been really good to watch them mature and grow,” said h...

Men’s basketball: CSUN shoots nine percent in second half, falls to Fresno State in BracketBuster


Gilberto Manzano

February 19, 2012

In the four years CSUN guard Vinnie McGhee has been with the Matadors, he’s been part of many memorable games, but what transpired Saturday was a night he would like to forget. In what likely was the worst half in the program's history, CSUN (7-18) collapsed in the second twenty minutes of ...

Men’s basketball: Matadors hand Davis its second win of the season

Matador guard Josh Greene had a strong outing of 21 points and four assist, but wasn't enough as CSUN fell to UC Davis Thursday night. Photo Credit: Mariela Molina / Photo Editor

Anthony Carpio

February 10, 2012

Despite entering the second half up by two points, the Matadors (6-16, 2-9 Big West) couldn’t maintain the lead and allowed UC Davis (2-21, 1-10) to dominate the rest of the game and come back to win 79-71 Thursday night at The Pavilion. This game marks CSUN’s third loss in a row, while giving the...

Men’s basketball: Matadors fall just short of upset of Big West-perfect 49ers


Gilberto Manzano

February 5, 2012

LONG BEACH, Calif. -- Instead of taking the moral victory against the top team in the Big West Conference, CSUN was thinking of what could have been. With the game tied at 54-54 and a little over nine minutes left in regulation Saturday night at the Walter Pyramid, the young Matadors had the f...

Men’s basketball: Matadors’ defense not close to good enough against Gauchos in home loss


Alonso Tacanga

February 3, 2012

As the season has progressed, the Matadors’ defensive effort has improved in such manner that at times it has pleased the sometimes-seemingly-unpleasable Bobby Braswell. Even as the Matadors lost by 46 points at Cal Poly on Jan. 21, Braswell showed satisfaction over his team’s effort and scrappiness. ...

Men’s basketball: Matadors fight valiantly before Fullerton’s clutch layup sinks them


Alonso Tacanga

January 27, 2012

Going down the wire in a seesaw battle between teams in the opposite poles of the Big West Conference standings Thursday night, it was Cal State Fullerton’s turn at attempting to swing up on the scoreboard, and guard Kwame Vaughn delivered with a head-first driving layup to put his team up two. Given only 3.8 seconds to shoot back, the Matadors were in a dan...

Men’s basketball: CSUN struggles against Pacific zone defense


Anthony Carpio

January 12, 2012

With CSUN head coach Bobby Braswell feeling under the weather, assistant coach Danny Sprinkle was in charge as his team faced an opponent who is on a seven-game losing streak. As both teams took the court and Pacific went on an 8-0 run with 13:17 left in the first half, it was clear the team the Matadors w...

Men’s basketball: CSUN hangs with LBSU before falling down the stretch

Josh Greene (right) defends Larry Anderson (21) in Saturday's game between CSUN and Long Beach State. Mariela Molina / Photo Editor

Gilberto Manzano

January 8, 2012

Despite losing by 13 points at home Saturday night against arguably the best team in the Big West Conference, sophomore guard Josh Greene still believes his CSUN squad is the top team in the league. “I still think we’re the best,” a confident Greene said. “They’re (Long Beach State) predicted to win the Big West, not taking not...

Men’s basketball: CSUN’s rally falls short in conference opener against UC Irvine


Alonso Tacanga

December 29, 2011

CSUN guard Josh Greene has seen what the Matadors are capable of doing when they click. Thursday night against UC Irvine, he saw it again. But for only one half. Again. “If we put together two halves, then we can be pretty good,” Greene said. What was a tale of two different halves against the Anteaters was the tale of the season for the ...

Men’s basketball: Weird night as CSUN uses second-half defense to blast undermanned Pacifica


Alonso Tacanga

December 17, 2011

There were less than 20 minutes to go until tip-off of what eventually became a 99-58 CSUN win over Pacifica College Saturday night at the Matadome when CSUN head coach Bobby Braswell received some alarming news. Pacifica didn’t have enough players to start the game. “They were telling me, ‘Coach, they o...

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