Basketball

Holding court

It’s 4:40 p.m. on a Saturday and Justin Walsh has just arrived in Kingston.Continue...

Renaissance man and superfan

Geoff Smith calls his love for basketball an illness.Continue...

Professional options limited

Former Gaels are forced to take their talents overseas for professional exposure.Continue...

RMC sidelined

The OUA basketball season tipped off last weekend with just one Kingston team.Continue...

Queen’s Journal vs Western Gazette March Madness bracket competition

Our previous fantasy football series against the Western Gazette sports section was such a hit, we figured we should face off again. In this series, our bout centres around one of the oldest, most sacred traditions in North American sport: the March Madness bracket.Continue...

Kobe Bryant: A career to remember

On Jan. 26, Kobe Bryant passed away in a California helicopter crash, which also claimed the lives of eight others, including Bryant’s second-oldest daughter, 13-year-old Gianna.Continue...

Mid-season basketball review

The Gaels (7-4) have had a strong campaign, and with their first game of the new year coming up this weekend, it’s a good time to review the highs and lows of the season so far.Continue...

Talking Heads: What news is making you happy right now?

"Raptors are second in the East without Kawhi." Diana Mirsu, ArtSci '22 Continue...

Queen’s to host major youth basketball championships in 2020

Canada Basketball and the Ontario Basketball Association (OBA) have announced that Queen’s will host the U15 and U17 boys national championships for the 2019-20 season.

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Graham departs university basketball with FISU swan song

Over the course of July, Queen’s Tanner Graham represented Canada and the Gaels in Naples, Italy, as he competed in the International University Sports Federation (FISU) Summer Universiade.Continue...

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