The most exciting time of the NBA season, aside from the Playoffs, has come and gone. While there were some big trades that occurred, the trade deadline was mostly underwhelming.
The No. 8 Louisville Cardinals visited the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum as the highest ranked opponent to play the Deacs at home this season.
In a week full of buzzer beaters, momentum building wins and final opportunities to demonstrate conference supremacy, the ACC continues to be the most represented conference in the Associated Press (AP) Top 25 poll.
Wake Forest men’s basketball is playing for the postseason.
Arguably, before Saturday’s contest at Duke, it had been 20 years since Wake Forest played a truly competitive game at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
What in the world has happened to the Virginia Cavaliers down the stretch?
It took a few possessions for Wake Forest to find its groove as the Deacs found themselves down 8-0 in just a matter of minutes.
The best of the best came out to play at the Smoothie King Center this past weekend at the 66th Annual NBA All-Star Weekend in New Orleans, LA.
Selection Sunday, on Mar. 12, is a little more than two weeks away and the Wake Forest basketball team remains firmly on the bubble for the NCAA Tournament.
Before Saturday, Feb. 11, Wake Forest had played NC State 75 times at home since the two programs first met in the 1910-11 season.
The past two weeks of NBA play have been highly eventful and full of exciting action between many of the league’s top teams.
When people think about great college basketball, often the first words out of their mouths are “Tobacco Road.”
Last week, the focus of conversation in the ACC was centered around the “Tobacco Road” rivalry on Thursday, Feb. 9 in Cameron Indoor Stadium.
The Deacs took a rough loss on Thursday, Feb. 9 in Tallahassee, Florida when facing off against the Florida State Seminoles, losing 102-60.
The players to buy low on and sell high on as the NBA All-Star Break approaches this weekend.
Despite strong play from sophomores John Collins and Bryant Crawford, Wake Forest went .500 against two ACC foes.
This week’s Atlantic Coast Conference play was one of the strangest we’ve seen in awhile, mostly in part due to the bizarre water crisis that played out in Chapel Hill over the weekend.
Even after a loss to Notre Dame, the Wake Forest men’s basketball team is poised to have their first winning season since the 2013-14 season.
Despite a disappointing loss to Duke on Saturday Jan. 28, Wake Forest basketball has a reason to celebrate.
The 2016-2017 NBA season is finally taking shape as we approach the All-Star Break.
This past week in ACC play was electric.
This past week, Wake Forest’s women’s basketball team (2-3 in the ACC) defeated the Carolina Tar Heels (1-5 in the ACC) in dramatic fashion.
Wake Forest traveled to NC State on Saturday, Jan. 21 in search of its first ACC road victory since January of 2014 and its first win in Raleigh since the days of Chris Paul and the late Skip Prosser.
This coming Saturday afternoon, Jan. 28, the Wake Forest Demon Deacons take on the Duke Blue Devils at home at 3:00 p.m. in what is shaping up to be a pivotal matchup as we approach the midway point of ACC play.
Like always, this past week in Atlantic Coast Conference play saw another slate of incredible games, outcomes and individual performances.