Women's Basketball begins their 2022 season.

Women’s Basketball Shoots For the Stars

The Poets’ Women’s Basketball season starts their 2022-23 Season in the midst of November, after a successful 2021-22 season.

The Whittier College Johnny Poet mascot head, next to the Christ the Reedeemer statue. In the middle it states, Whittier Basketball Brazil August 2022.

Men’s Basketball Goes Big in Brazil

The Men’s Basketball team went on a trip to Rio de Janeiro, that consisted of both on the court duties and off the court experiences.

SCIAC Athlete of the Year: Teani White

Teani White earns SCIAC Athlete of the Year after propelling Whittier College Women’s Basketball to Championship win.

Remembering Kobe Bryant, Two Years Later

Kobe Bryant was an icon not just to L.A., but to the whole basketball world. After two years, we still remember him and his great success.

Brooklyn Nets: Superteam Looking for a Championship?

Is the NBA ready for yet another superteam — likely to be the Brooklyn Nets this year — to win the championship?

The Virginia Cavaliers won the NCAA Tournament in 2019.

Predictions: How Will March Madness Turn Out?

March Madness is finally back after a rough year without it, and we have some predictions about who will take home the trophy.

Young Jeremy Lin holding a basketball.

The ‘Linsanity’ of Normalized Asian-American Hate

Jeremy Lin’s ‘isolated’ incident of experiencing coronavirus-related racism may not be so isolated after all.

James Harden Joins Durant and Irving in Brooklyn

James Harden has finally joined the Brooklyn Nets creating a new super team in the NBA, will they have enough to win a championship now?

Grading the First Round of NBA Draft Picks

This article is a continuation of our thoughts and grades from the first round of the 2020 NBA Draft that occurred last week.

Grading the First Round of NBA Draft Picks

The NBA draft is an exciting time for NBA fans as the new generation come into the league and make a name for themselves.