Articles tagged: Jamorko Pickett


Jamorko Pickett’s continued rise: The incredible journey of D.C.’s own after Georgetown

This piece is a follow-up to a May 24, 2021 Voice article on Jamorko Pickett.   July 29, 2021. The 2021 NBA Draft. Two rounds to decide the 60 names... Read more


Georgetown’s storied history of sending players to play pro basketball 

From Georgetown’s heyday in the early ’80s to now, the Hoyas have not let up in sending players to play pro ball. 


Men’s Basketball Rebounds, Pickett and Blair Star As Ewing Debuts Small-Ball Lineup

The Georgetown men’s basketball team continued non-conference play on a high Tuesday evening, dispatching Coppin State 80-48. Seniors Jamorko Pickett and Jahvon Blair featured in the win, with Pickett exerting... Read more

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No Medals for Trying

Jerry Izenberg was a beat reporter for the New York Giants who wrote a book entitled No Medals for Trying. It’s an entire book about the Giants preparing for a... Read more


Second-Half Masterpiece Drives Men’s Basketball Past Texas, Into 2K Empire Classic Final

The Georgetown men’s basketball team picked up a crucial victory on the brightest of stages Thursday night, overwhelming Texas 82-66 at Madison Square Garden in the opening game of the... Read more


“They Woke Up” – Men’s Basketball Uses Press to Avoid Disaster in Opener

The Georgetown men’s basketball team (1-0, Big East) kicked into high gear after a disastrous opening against Mount St. Mary’s (0-1, NEC), downing the Mountaineers 81-68 on the back of... Read more


Men’s Basketball Poised for Most Decisive Season in Recent Memory

Last year, the Georgetown Hoyas men’s basketball team entered their season as an afterthought in the Big East, let alone nationally. By most accounts, they exceeded expectations.  The Hoyas notched... Read more