Former Nova Southeastern University forward RJ Sunahara announced his intentions to transfer to Georgia, the team announced on Thursday, May 11. This comes just a day after the departure of Jusaun “Juice” Holt to the transfer portal.
On Wednesday, May 10, rising junior Jusaun “Juice” Holt officially placed his name in the NCAA transfer portal ahead of the looming May 11 deadline. Holt confirmed this on his personal Instagram account.
Former Niagara shooting guard Noah Thomasson announced his decision to transfer to Georgia on Tuesday, May 9.
Four-star shooting guard Christopher Blue Cain announced his commitment to Georgia in an Instagram post on Tuesday, May 3.
Former South Florida center Russel Tchewa announced his commitment to transfer to Georgia in a post on Instagram on Monday, May 1.
Four-star guard Silas Demary Jr. announced his commitment to Georgia on Monday, April 24. The standout prospect was originally committed to the University of Southern California before he requested release from his letter of intent to reopen his recruitment on April 15.
Former Virginia Commonwealth University forward Jalen DeLoach declared his commitment to transfer to Georgia on Saturday, April 22. This is the second transfer player that Georgia added to the roster, coming days after RJ Melendez announced his decision.
Former Illinois forward Ramses ‘RJ’ Melendez announced his intentions to transfer to Georgia in an Instagram post on April 17. The transfer became official on Friday, April 21.
On March 21, former Georgia guard Kario Oquendo announced his declaration for the NBA draft and he entered his name in the transfer portal. Oquendo’s decision comes just a day after now-former teammate Terry Roberts declared his decision to enter the NBA draft.
On March 20, Terry Roberts, the former Georgia men’s basketball guard, announced his plans to enter the NBA draft. Roberts made the announcement via Instagram.
The Georgia men’s basketball team was eliminated from the SEC Tournament in a loss against LSU, 72-67. Head coach Mike White and the team were unable to complete a second-half comeback, dropping a sixth-straight game to end the season.
The 11th-seed Georgia men’s basketball team is set to take on 14th-seeded LSU to kick off the SEC Tournament in Nashville, Tennessee. Head coach Mike White along with players sophomore guard Jusaun Holt and fifth-year forward Braelen Bridges were made available for the media.
Much like the two team’s last matchup on Jan. 28, Georgia and South Carolina men’s basketball came down to the wire in the rematch in Columbia. This time, South Carolina outlasted Georgia 61-55, gaining its first home conference win of the season in the final regular season game.
When the 2022-23 Georgia basketball season tipped off in November, so did a new chapter in program history. Both of the school’s basketball teams welcomed new head coaches from the sunshine state. Former Florida head coach Mike White was brought in on March 13th to lead the men’s team, and Katie Abrahamson-Henderson came from the University of Central Florida on March 26th to coach the women’s team.
The Georgia men’s basketball team’s inability to shoot the ball from 3-point range cost them greatly against Florida, ultimately falling 77-67. Georgia has now lost eight straight against Florida since Feb. 5, 2020.
Georgia men’s basketball is set to take on Florida for the second time this season, in the last home game of the season. Head coach Mike White, along with players junior guard Justin Hill and junior forward Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe, were made available to talk to the media.
Georgia men’s basketball crumbled in the second half against Missouri on Senior Day, losing 85-63.
The Georgia men's basketball team is set to take on Missouri in Stegeman Coliseum for senior night after dropping their last two games on the road. Head coach Mike White alongside fifth-year Braelen Bridges and seventh-year Jailyn Ingram were made available to talk to the media.
The Georgia men’s basketball team was completely outmatched from start to finish against Arkansas, losing 97-65 on Feb. 21 in Bud Walton Arena in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The Razorbacks improved to 19-9 overall, and 8-7 in SEC play. The Bulldogs dropped to 16-12 overall, and 6-9 in the SEC.
No. 1 Alabama rolled by Georgia 108-59 in Coleman Coliseum, taking an electric start and stretching out to a 22-point lead just over six minutes into the game. Alabama moved to 22-4 overall and 13-1 in SEC play, while Georgia moved to 16-11 overall and 6-8 in SEC play.
The Georgia Bulldogs are set to take on the No.1 Alabama Crimson Tide on the road after coming off back-to-back wins. Head men’s basketball coach Mike White along with players —junior guard Jabri Abdur-Rahim and senior guard Jaxon Etter— were made available to talk to the media.