George King’s college career ended nearly three months ago on a Thursday night in Las Vegas when Deandre Ayton and Arizona rolled Colorado 83-67 in the Pac-12 tournament quarterfinals. The fifth-year senior quietly departed the University of Colorado 18th on the school’s all-time scoring list, 14th in rebounds and fifth in three-pointers made. Despite a productive four-year career, King’s future...
Wind and Clark recap the Nuggets’ Monday morning pre-draft workout that featured Ohio State do-everything forward Keita Bates-Diop and Colorado wing George King. Is Bates-Diop a real target for the Nuggets in the first round? How has King risen up draft boards over the past two months? That and more on the Monday edition of the BSN Nuggets Podcast.
Colorado’s George King addresses the media following his pre-draft workout with the Nuggets Monday morning.
BOULDER – The Colorado Buffaloes are very much a work in progress. Head coach Tad Boyle even quipped tonight, “this is why we normally have closed scrimmages… and we need a lot of time [before the season starts], man.” But hidden deep within a game where CU kept it close with division two Colorado School of Mines—before pulling it out late...
Wright at 6-0, 185-pounds is boisterous and confident, shouting and gesturing the Colorado Buffaloes.
The Denver Nuggets brought in some local talent for draft workouts this week. Three of those players played for Tad Boyle’s Colorado Buffaloes last season.
A slew of projected second and undrafted prospects headlined the Nuggets' pre-draft workout as Denver's offseason continues to ramp up.
On Thursday night, at the Pac-12 Tournament, downed for a possible final time in 2016-17, the 19-14 Buffs rubbed away tears of disappointed.
In a matchup of the two worst teams in the Pac-12, the Colorado Buffaloes, and the Oregon State Beavers, it was the Buffaloes who pulled out the victory to defeat the Beavers 85-78.
They're 9-3. They've beaten two ranked opponents. They've won two true road games. And yet they are not nearly the team they were billed to be. In fact, the CU Buffs are beyond befuddled.
Not even a rocky takeoff could detour the Colorado Buffaloes from defeating their Rocky Mountain rival Air Force 75-68.
Fortunately for the Colorado Buffaloes only two Tigers got going as CU held on for an 81-71 victory.
The Colorado Buffaloes and the No. 13 Xavier Musketeers got together on the court in Boulder, the home team won 68-66.
The Colorado Buffaloes calmed down mid-trip, finding autopilot in the second half to beat Portland 76-63.