Harvard is on ESPN's radar as the college basketball season starts up.â†µ
ESPN's Mark Adams picks Harvard to win its first Ivy League title this season, despite the loss of now-Golden State Warrior guard Jeremy Lin. Adams says that head coach Tommy Amaker has the options to counter any other Ivy:
"In the backcourt, Harvard is good enough even though it lost do-everything guard Jeremy Lin. As a freshman last season, Brandyn Curry got valuable playing time. Curry brings a defensive stopper mentality, and Christian Webster brings a long-range skill set to the backcourt. Oliver McNally can score and has a knack for taking -- and making -- big shots."â†µ
Harvard was picked second in the Ivy League's Pre-Season Poll, with the media picking Princeton to win the league. Harvard kicks off their season this Saturday afternoon at CAA team George Mason.