UH men's basketball gets a new commitment for the Class of 2021 + looking back at 2019-20 season for Quentin Grimes and DeJon Jarreau
Pawd Slama Jama - A University of Houston Basketball Podcast
Hosts Andy Yanez (@AYanez_5) and Justin Barbosa (@Jbarbosa_95) discuss the recent Class of 2021 commitment from F/C Ja'Vier Francis of Montverde Academy and take a look back at the seasons that guards Quentin Grimes and DeJon Jarreau had in 2019-20 and what their keys will be to have a strong 2020-21 season.#GoCoogs #EverythingMatters #ForTheCityIf you appreciate the consistent digital and podcast breakdowns, analysis, speculation, guest voices and camaraderie of our team, please consider one of our monthly Patreon subscription options available here.While covering hoops is our collective passion, passion unfortunately doesn’t help keep the lights on.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Despite the worst possible outcome occuring this week (Houston losing to SMU at anything) it wasn't all bad, as the Cougars showed plenty of reason for optimism. Between Marquez Stevenson's 1,024 yards after catch (pretty sure that number is correct), Clayton Tune braving the SMU pass rush to pile up 400 yards passing, and the Cougar defense holding SMU to a seaosn-low point total, we're feeling pretty optimistic. Speaking of reasons for optimism, Quentin Grimes was ruled immediately eligible for Cougar men's hoops this week. We giddily broke down what that means for this year's team, and why you should be over-the-moon excited. Plus Cougar swimming and diving got some SMU-related revenge by clobbering the Mustangs in the pool. We've got you covered on that, plus volleyball and soccer coming down the home stretch.
461: Ranking the UH Programs v.2.0; QUENTIN GRIMES
The Scott & Holman Pawdcast
Please consider donating to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital on behalf of Robert Platt Jr. and Tau Kappa Epsilon via the following link: https://fundraising.stjude.org/site/TR;jsessionid=00000000.app20120a?fr_id=114986&pg=entry&NONCE_TOKEN=B469CE49937A69E35B6F5EF7BED1756C We return this week to talk about 2018 blue chip recruit Quentin Grimes making a momentous announcement to join Cougar basketball and what that means for the program. In current Cougar news we also discuss the pro debut of Kahmari Montgomery at the Nike Prefontaine Classic, Galen Robinson Jr signing with the San Antonio Spurs' G League affiliate and a bit of UCONN/AAC realignment talk. The main course this week was our now 2nd annual ranking of Cougar programs, going through every sport and giving our respective rankings.
Quentin Grimes Transfer: Should He Pick Texas A&M Or Houston?
The Prime Time Podcast
Ricky Widmer and Sean Anderson discuss whether Quentin Grimes should transfer to Texas A&M or Houston.Additional Topics:2019 NBA Draft: Will Anthony Davis Be Traded By Draft Night?2019 NBA Draft: Will The Lakers Take Jarrett Culver With 4th Overall Pick?(Recorded on: June 12th, 2019)Twitters:Ricky - @RickyWidmerDave - @Dave_Dont_TweetSean - @SchwarboYou can directly support Most Valuable Podcasts on Patreon. Become a patron for as little as $1/month to help us expand our great content for you. Also, if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing great content.------------------------------------Snapchat: mostvaluablepodTwitter: twitter.com/MostValuablePodFacebook: www.facebook.com/mvpsportsnetworkPatreon: patreon.com/mostvaluablepodcasts
Ep.3: KU Football Pro Day, Quentin Grimes Headed to the NBA? + NCAABB Transfer Pool
Downtown Jayhawks Podcast
Jake Ellenbogen brings you episode 3 of the Downtown Jayhawks podcast. In this episode, Jake discusses the Kansas Pro Day, Quentin Grimes cryptic IG post, Charlie Moore transferring and the transfer pool.
[One and Done] Episode 11 : Cam Reddish, Nassir Little, Quentin Grimes, côtes à la baisse ?
Dunkhebdo NBA Podcast
Dans ce nouvel épisode de One and Done, Alan tent…Dans ce nouvel épisode de One and Done, Alan tente de s'intéresser à des profils qui connaissent ou ont connu des saisons NCAA délicates. Si des joueurs comme Zion Williamson, Jarrett Culver, Ja Morant ou même R.J. Barrett ont eu des performances leur permettent de se placer dans les hauts de la prochaine lottery, d'autres joueurs qui devaient être très bien placés en juin prochain connaissent eux des derniers mois plus complexes.Alan passe donc une bonne partie de l'épisode sur le cas Cam Reddish, l'ailier de Duke qui possède un rôle secondaire cette année du fait du duo Williamson/Barrett : quid de son futur en NBA ? Les cas Nassir Little (North Carolina) et Quentin Grimes (Kansas) sont ensuite abordés.