Alvin West, a member of what is regarded as the best basketball recruiting class in East Tennessee State history, died suddenly Thursday morning, his former teammates said.
The Steve Forbes Basketball Camp has been a reunion of sorts for three former East Tennessee State players.
Another 7-footer is joining the East Tennessee State basketball team.
Recruiting never stops, East Tennessee State basketball coach Steve Forbes says, especially when the summer is about to begin and he still has a scholarship to offer.
Steve Forbes continued to reload the roster for his East Tennessee State basketball team on Saturday, and he got another junior college All-American to add to the mix.
East Tennessee State basketball coach Steve Forbes continued the reloading process Thursday when he announced the signing of junior-college All-American Isaiah Tisdale.
Tray Boyd III, a 6-foot-4 junior college guard from Memphis, has committed to play for the East Tennessee State basketball team. Boyd made his announcement via Twitter.
Desonta Bradford’s basketball career at East Tennessee State is over, but his legacy continues to grow.
After East Tennessee State’s fourth consecutive Southern Conference basketball championship in 1992, the players went their separate ways. The playmaker on three of those squads wants to make sure his friends and their exploits are never
Updated Mar 10, 2018 at 7:32 PM
Losing in the Southern Conference championship game was painful, but it was just one of a series of costly losses for the East Tennessee State basketball team down the stretch.
ASHEVILLE, N.C. — UNC Greensboro took care of some unfinished business Monday night.
ASHEVILLE, N.C. — The East Tennessee State men's basketball team was thinking about missed opportunities after losing 62-47 to UNC Greensboro in Monday night's Southern Conference championship game at the U.S. Cellular Center.
ASHEVILLE, N.C. — The East Tennessee State basketball team used a lock-down defensive effort to defeat Furman 63-52 and to lock up its place in the Southern Conference tournament finals.
ASHEVILLE, N.C. — Steve Forbes isn’t apologizing for anything, especially not the way he put his program together.