Happy Monday Nova Nation! And a happy belated Easter to everyone who celebrated yesterday! The Arizin is back today, albeit in an abbreviated format. But we would have been remiss not to pass along this Easter message from Villanova Basketball:
I don’t know if I’m a bigger fan of Bryan Antoine’s little brother, or Caleb Daniels’ mom after this video, but either way it’s a great reminder of how connected this program is to family.
The Arizin is slowly ramping back up to speed, but here’s a handful of stories from the weekend to hold you over until tomorrow. I hope everyone had a great holiday, and stay tuned all week as VU Hoops continues to breakdown the 2020 season for each player.
The All-Time Villanova Basketball Starting 5 | 12UP
Presenting the Villanova Wildcats men's basketball all-time starting lineup, featuring Jalen Brunson and Kerry Kittles
NBA Mock Draft 2020: Predictions for Most Underrated 1st-Round Prospects | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights
Vernon Carey Jr. turned himself into one of the top paint players in men's college basketball, but he is not valued as much as other frontcourt prospects entering the 2020 NBA draft...
Wright prepared for whatever comes next | Sports | delcotimes.com
Change is coming to college basketball, Villanova coach Jay Wright said earlier this week, specifically in recruiting.
Saddiq Bey Wins Julius Erving Award: How Good Was He This Year? | Sports | villanovan.com
When Villanova men’s basketball’s Instagram page posted a video to congratulate sophomore forward Saddiq Bey for winning the Julius Erving National Small Forward of the Year Award for the 2019-20
Memorable Moments: Villanova Takes Down #1 Kansas | Philly College Sports
On December 21, 2019 Villanova hosted the number-one team in the country, the Kansas Jayhawks, in front of a sellout crowd of 20,706 at the Wells Fargo Center. Villanova used its staple of defense and added three-point baskets to get a 56-55 win, the 7th time the Wildcats defeated the top-ranked team in the nation.
Bill Self, KU Jayhawks offer basketball scholarships to two | The Kansas City Star
Langston Love, a combo guard from Montverde (Florida) Academy, and Micawber Etienne, a center from Suffield Academy in Connecticut, are offered KU basketball scholarships by Kansas Jayhawks coach Bill Self.