After another stellar season from guard James Nunnally, the UCSB men’s basketball team enters the Big West Tournament this Thursday as the No. 3 overall seed. Daily Nexus Sports Editor Ryan Porush sat down with Nunnally for a look into the life of the standout senior. Ryan Porush: You were recently named to the […]
The UCSB men’s basketball team was outscored by 32 total points in the second half in its last two games. It has lost three games in a row. The team is in fifth place in the Big West with a 7-8 conference record — a far cry from first, where they were predicted to end up in a conference coaches’ poll in the preseason.
James Nunnally is a dynamic, exciting player to watch. When he gets a chance to let loose, he gives it everything he’s got. It’s like watching a locomotive tear free from the train or a bull getting let out of the cage onto the rodeo grounds.
Junior forward James Nunnally grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds and senior point guard Justin Joyner added a collegiate-best 12 assists in the UCSB men’s basketball team’s 86-71 win over Cal State Fullerton last night in the Thunderdome.
In preparation for tonight’s home game against Cal State Fullerton, the members of the UCSB men’s basketball team spent time in practice yesterday rolling around on the floor, occasionally groaning, straddling white padded tubes between their legs.
Junior guard Orlando Johnson scored a career-high 39 points and junior forward James Nunnally added 23 of his own in the UCSB men’s basketball team’s 93-86 overtime win over UC Davis at the Thunderdome on Saturday night.
Junior guard Orlando Johnson scored a career-high 39 points and junior forward James Nunnally added 23 of his own on 10-12 shooting in the UCSB men’s basketball team’s 93-86 overtime win at the Thunderdome on Saturday night.
At this time last season, the Gauchos beat Pacific to begin a six-game winning streak that propelled the team to a Big West Championship and an NCAA tournament berth. Tonight, the Gauchos have the same chance against the Tigers (12-9 overall, 4-4 Big West) at the Thunderdome in a nationally televised game on ESPNU.
Two nights after junior forward James Nunnally hit a floater at the buzzer to beat conference rival Cal Poly on the road, the UCSB men’s basketball team lost its second Big West home game of the season by a score of 70-69 to conference foe Cal State Northridge — but almost managed to come back from a five-point deficit with 13.2 seconds left.
The Blue-Green Rivalry might need a better name. Junior forward James Nunnally hit a running floater off the backboard at the buzzer and junior guard Orlando Johnson scored a game-high 24 points to beat Cal Poly 71-70 on Thursday night at Mott Gymnasium in San Luis Obispo.