Jon Rothstein previews the AAC - Picks Houston 3rd

AAC offseason storylines: UConn, Cincy are the clear front-runners and top-25 worthy

Houston may have the American Athletic Conference’s best pure point guard (Galen Robinson), pure scorer (Rob Gray), and two-way wing (Damyean Dotson) entering next season. Those reasons alone plus Kelvin Sampson on the sidelines should put the Cougars in position to compete for an NCAA berth in 2017.

SI also did their summer preview of the AAC:

Houston: Kelvin Sampson has the Cougars headed in the right direction, finishing just shy of an NCAA tournament berth last season after going 13–19 in his first campaign. Devonta Pollard is gone, but junior guard Rob Gray and senior forward Damyean Dotson make this team a real sleeper in the AAC.

Rothstein’s Podcast breaking down the AAC w/ Cincy coach Mick Cronin. Rothstein loves our perimeter guys, but is wary of our big men:

"Tulane: … Green The team returns five of its six primary rotation players, waving goodbye to leading scorer Louis Dabney. "

Thats wrong.
Osetkowski transfered to Texas. He was leading rebounder, 11 double-doubles,2nd in minute, steals and 3d in scoring.

Hopefully UH gets Chris Harris to campus to help off set the loss of not getting JA.

Chris Harris is on the verge of becoming the Davell Lauder of basketball

Lololol. I’ll be shock if he actually makes to UH now tbh

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