Articles tagged: Patrick Ewing


‘Cats call curtains on Ewing era in first round rout

47 years and 342 days ago, Villanova men’s basketball sent Patrick Ewing and the Georgetown Hoyas home in his last game as a collegiate player. It was the 1985 national... Read more


Men’s Basketball closes out regular season with blowout loss to Creighton

The Georgetown Hoyas (7-24, 2-18 BIG EAST) suffered a blowout loss to the Creighton Bluejays (19-11, 13-6 BIG EAST), 99-59, on the road in Omaha to close out their regular... Read more

Halftime Sports

The Ewing theory, relitigated

There’s nothing worse in sports than being called a loser. Once you’re flagged as someone who can’t win, it follows you like a pungent smell. The stench of purported failure... Read more

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Don’t cry because it happened, smile because it’s over (hopefully): full length

Welcome to the most hope Georgetown basketball has had in years! Come on down, take a seat. I’m assuming if you’re reading this that Ewing has either officially resigned or... Read more


Cut your losses, Patrick Ewing

When Georgetown hired Patrick Ewing in March 2017, it was supposed to signify a moment of change for a once-great basketball program that found itself mired in mediocrity. Coming off... Read more


“Wake up!”: Sluggish Hoyas drop winnable home game to St. John’s

Georgetown men’s basketball (7-22, 2-16 BIG EAST) lost their penultimate home game of the season on Wednesday night to the St. John’s Red Storm (17-12, 7-11 BIG EAST), 79-70. Defined... Read more


Could’ve, should’ve, would’ve: Men’s Basketball loses close match-up to UConn

The Georgetown Hoyas men’s basketball team (6-18, 1-12 BIG EAST) fell to the UConn Huskies (18-6, 7-6 BIG EAST) on Saturday afternoon at Capital One Arena. While the matchup was... Read more


Why I still love Georgetown basketball

As Georgetown’s basketball season wrapped up, calls to fire men’s basketball head coach Patrick Ewing rained down on social media. The calls are emotional and wouldn’t solve the Hoyas’ problems.... 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. 

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The Weekly List: Songs to Celebrate a Championship

The Voice loves a good Sportz x Leisure crossover, and I am here today to provide a playlist for all those loyal Hoya fans out there still buzzing over Georgetown’s... Read more


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


Georgetown pays tribute to Coach Thompson

Georgetown commemorated the life of former men’s basketball coach John Thompson, Jr., who passed away on Aug. 30 at the age of 78, in a virtual event held via Facebook... Read more


Looking Forward: What’s In Store For The Rest Of The Men’s Basketball Season

The Georgetown men’s basketball team is in the midst of the most tumultuous season in recent history, filled with countless highs and lows and marked by scandal. In an up... Read more


Fouls, Turnovers Spoil Promising Showing from Men’s Basketball Against #1 Duke

The Georgetown men’s basketball team fell in the 2K Empire Classic Final at Madison Square Garden to No. 1 Duke 81-73 on Friday night. After leading for much of the... 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


Hoyas Outscore Their Poor Defense In Win Over Georgia State

The Georgetown men’s basketball team downed Georgia State 91-83 on Sunday evening at Capital One Arena behind 25 points from sophomore guard Mac McClung. The Hoyas took a whopping 51... 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


Standing Out: Ewing Hopes to Avoid Fates of Other NBA Greats Turned Coaches

Isiah Thomas. Clyde Drexler. Chris Mullin. Mention these players’ names and memories of their illustrious, Hall of Fame careers easily come to mind. Less likely to be revered: their stints... 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


What Does the Voice Mean to You?

I turned this in late. Actually, I wasn’t given a firm deadline, so I might have turned it in at the deadline or, and this is borderline delusional, early. No,... Read more