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Former Georgetown forward Otto Porter Jr. seems primed to assume a larger role for the Washington Wizards next season.

NBA | Free Agency Frenzy Affects Former Hoyas

By Tyler Park July 15, 2015

The NBA’s free-agency period opened July 1, leading to a chaotic flurry of movement around the league. Dozens of players signed billions of dollars worth of contracts as teams prepare for the increase...

Commentary | Sixers Starters Feature Thompson, Sims Duo

By Hunter Main November 18, 2014

It’s inevitable that each year, a few NBA teams — those lacking an offensive or defensive focal point, those with absolutely no chance of making the playoffs — purposely underperform in order to...

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Frontcourt Dominates in Georgetown Victory

By Pat Curran March 7, 2013

NEW YORK — There's a reason they call it Big Man U. Fifth-seeded Georgetown showed off the two latest additions to its legacy of outstanding post players Wednesday afternoon, as senior center Henry...

Team Comes First for Georgetown Athletics

By Arik Parnass May 17, 2012

College athletes come and go. Most stay for just four years, and few become professionals, but one constant remains: the college they attended. Students can only say they go to Georgetown for just four...

Hollywood Nights

By Michael Palmer April 17, 2012

In March 2012, junior forward Hollis Thompson declared for the NBA draft, ending his career as a Hoya. Because this was his second draft declaration, Thompson has forfeited his remained year of college...

Hollis Thompson Declares for NBA Draft

By Michael Palmer March 25, 2012

Junior forward Hollis Thompson will forgo his senior year at Georgetown, choosing to declare for the NBA draft, Head Coach John Thompson III announced today. “Hollis returned for his junior year after...

Georgetown Smokes Villanova in Gray Out Game

By Lawson Ferguson February 26, 2012

After Tuesday night's 18-point loss at Seton Hall, No. 9 Georgetown (21-6, 11-5 Big East) bounced back with a vengeance to blow out an overmatched Villanova team, 67-46. Although the Wildcats (11-17,...

GU Defense Shuts Down Providence Again

By Pat Curran February 18, 2012

It's a rough day to be a Friars fan. Junior forward Hollis Thompson and senior guard Jason Clark scored 13 points apiece, and the No. 10 Georgetown men's basketball team (20-5, 10-4 Big East) overcame...

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Late Threes Push GU Over St. John’s

By Michael Palmer February 14, 2012

St. John's was so focused on shutting down Jason Clark and Hollis Thompson that the Red Storm allowed Nate Lubick to remind everyone why he's in Georgetown's starting five. The sophomore forward...

MEN’S BASKETBALL | GU Halts Red Storm at MSG

By Michael Palmer January 17, 2012

New York, NY– For 20 minutes, Hollis Thompson looked to be having an untimely off night, but the junior guard was perfect in the second half en route to a Hoyas' victory against the St. John Red Storm...

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Mountaineers End Hoyas’ Win Streak

By Lawson Ferguson January 7, 2012

Senior guard Truck Bryant's 19 second-half points led West Virginia (12-4, 3-1 Big East) past No. 9 Georgetown (13-2, 3-1 Big East), which saw its 11-game winning streak come to a screeching halt in Morgantown...

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Veterans Anchor Hoyas in Epic Comeback Win

By Michael Palmer January 5, 2012

In a comeback for the ages, junior forward Hollis Thompson resuscitated Georgetown from a 17-point deficit midway through the second half to lead the No. 9 Hoyas (13-1, 3-0 Big East) over No. 20 Marquette...

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