Wednesday night featured the first full slate of NBA games this season, so why not take a look at the three Maryland basketball alumni who suited up? Here we go.
COLLEGE PARK -- Do not wipe your eyes. No need to readjust your television sets.
COLLEGE PARK -- Maryland’s recruiting plan still has the same foundation, despite the fact the program is moving to the Big Ten in 2014-15. And the current roster reflects that.
Former Maryland center Alex Len returned to an NBA court against the Clippers on Wednesday night for the first time since fracturing his right pinkie finger earlier this month.
Former Maryland assistant Mike Lonergan had a chance to show his mentor, Gary Williams, that he could do this on his own. Then Greivis Vasquez spoiled it.