WHERE ARE THEY NOW: Scott Christopherson

Scott Christopherson exulted, then knelt, positioning his lips toward center court at Hilton Coliseum. The slick-shooting guard finally planted a parting smooch on the hardwood after a rousing comeback senior night win in 2012 over Baylor — and none of ...

MONDAY MUSINGS: Just how special is Georges Niang?

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Former Cyclones with NBA decisions

‘Tis the season for professional basketball players to take the next step in their careers. NBA teams are finalizing their respective training camp rosters and that means former Cyclones have to make an educated guess whether they can realistically make an NB...

Ejim signed by the Orlando Magic

Good for Melvin Ejim.The 2013-14 Big 12 Player of the Year has been signed by the NBA's Orlando Magic. Orlando GM Rob Hennigan announced the roster move on Tuesday. Read the Magic's press release of the signing below. ORLANDO – The Orlando Magic have signed fo...

Ejim, Kane score summer league opportunities

Two former Cyclones will get opportunities in the upcoming NBA summer leagues.A few weeks ago, DeAndre Kane signed a summer deal with the Atlanta Hawks.Yesterday on 1460 KXnO’s “Sports Fanatics” program, Melvin Ejim said that he will head to Orlando on Tuesday for a...

MONDAY MUSINGS: Enjoy the ride

Iowa State defeated Drake by 29 points at the Big Four Classic on Saturday and to my amateur eye, the Cyclones hardly even broke a sweat.Shortly after the drubbing, the Cyclone Nation received an early Christmas present in the form of another highly touted transfer,...

WILLIAMS: Four-year players are key; Long’s progress

AMES --- Fred Hoiberg’s program at Iowa State is well known for being a safe haven for transfers within the sport. For the most part, this has been a fair analysis over the years. However while transfers still are and will likely always be a major part of the...

Monte’s role as “impact player” set to expand

 AMES — When the bright lights gleamed last March, Monte Morris’s profile — and minutes — rose. As a freshman for Iowa State, the skilled and error-averse 6-2 point guard set an NCAA record for assist-to-turnover ratio in a season at 4.79-to-1. But once t...