Damany Hendrix Promoted To Assistant Coach

The musical chairs with the Vanderbilt basketball coaching staff continues as the program announced today that Damany Hendrix would be promoted to assistant coach.  https://twitter.com/VandyMBB/status/1265296756734074881 Hendrix will fill one of the two vacancies left by former assistant coaches David Grace and Ricardo Patton, who departed a couple weeks ago.  In his first season under Coach... Continue Reading →

BREAKING: Isaac McBride Signs With Vanderbilt

The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette According to Vanderbilt men's basketball twitter, Issac Mcbride has officially signed with Vanderbilt. https://twitter.com/vandymbb/status/1262408965679439875?s=21 Mcbride originally enrolled at Kansas July 1st, 2019. He held offers from Tennessee, Auburn, Arkansas, and others. Mcbride decided to transfer after just three months with the program. “I decided the program was not a good fit for... Continue Reading →

Episode 26 Recap: Luke Kornet

Vanderbilt legend Luke Kornet joined the pod to discuss growing 7-inches in 2 years, AAU with Myles Turner, adjusting to the growth spurt, his career in Nashville, signing a two-way contract with the Knicks, and his impressions of Coach Stackhouse. On episode 26 of The Dore Report, Billy Derrick, joined by Jackson Tolk and Will... Continue Reading →

WATCH: John Jenkins Joins The Pod

Vanderbilt legend John Jenkins joined Billy Derrick on the pod to discuss averaging 42 ppg in high school, recruitment to Vandy, AAU ball, favorite game at Memorial Gym, winning an SEC title, the NBA, and much more. WATCH: youtu.be/NWDEUbGiCmg

LISTEN: John Jenkins Joins The Pod

On episode 25 of The Dore Report, Billy Derrick interviewed Vanderbilt legend John Jenkins to discuss Memorial Gym memories and his status in the NBA: -Averaging 42 ppg in high school -Brandon Wright’s AAU team -Favorite game at Memorial -Emotional SEC title -Contract w/ the Knicks LISTEN: Ep. 25 with John Jenkins

BREAKING: David Grace and Ricardo Patton Out

Vanderbilt basketball is losing assistant coaches David Grace and Ricardo Patton, moves that were sudden and unexpected given the timing of this unusual recruiting season. Simon Gibbs of The Vanderbilt Hustler was first to break this surprising news. While Vanderbilt confirmed the coaching departures, no official reason or statement was given.  https://twitter.com/vuhustlersports/status/1260019392017883137 After Jerry Stackhouse... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑