Treveon Graham

Treveon GrahamPosition: Guard
Year: Senior
Height: 6-5
Weight: 215
Hometown: Washington, DC (St. Mary’s Ryken)

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Why I believe - There have been a few articles popping up here and there in the lead-up to this upcoming hoops season on what will become of the VCU basketball program in a post-Shaka era.  NBC’s Rob Dauster and I even got into a solid Twitter exchange over a recent Terrance Payne NBC Sports article describing VCU as
A decade of Madness: VCU’s March warriors the last 10 seasons - The past decade has been a time of unprecedented success at VCU. After a somewhat slow start and two letdown seasons at the tail end of Jeff Capel’s time at VCU, the Anthony Grant-led Rams burst VCU on to the national scene with a win over Duke while also putting the pieces in place for Shaka
Treveon Graham signs with Utah Jazz - Tonight Treveon Graham posted the selfie all aspiring ballers hope to one day post on their Instagram accounts, the one where he is signing an NBA contract. Contract details aren’t known at this point but the picture clearly shows Graham signing a document labeled National Basketball Association Player Contract and with Graham’s personal caption beneath reading,
VCU NBA Summer League update - NBA Summer League action is well underway and while two former Rams (Bradford Burgess and Juvonte Reddic) were forced to miss due to injury, the two remaining representatives of the black and gold have been able to find some success that both hope to build on. TROY DANIELS Daniels has the luxury of being under
Graham Joins Spurs For NBA Summer League - Treveon Graham worked out with 12 NBA teams this offseason. He was also selected as MVP of the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, which sent 5 players to the NBA. We waited patiently last night, but Treveon Graham’s name was not called during the 2015 NBA Draft. This wasn’t a huge surprise, as he was listed in
Weber, Graham, Alie-Cox earn A-10 honors - That Atlantic 10 announced their official awards selections today and three of VCU’s own took home some hardware. Briante Weber defended his Defensive Player of the Year crown, winning his third consecutive A-10 DPOY title despite missing his final 10 games of the regular season due to a career-ending knee injury. Weber finished the season
Plotting VCU’s path to an A-10 regular season title - Last night was rough for two reasons. Reason No.1: an undermanned VCU squad dropped their second consecutive game to rival Richmond, giving the Spiders their first sweep of the black and gold since 2001. But perhaps more importantly, reason No.2: the Rams missed a golden opportunity to sit alone a top the Atlantic 10 with
Game Preview: No.22 VCU at Richmond - VCU makes the short drive across town to take on the Spiders of the University of Richmond tonight, hoping to avoid what would be the Spiders’ first season sweep of the Rams since the two become A-10 conference rivals. The Rams won all three games with Richmond last season but dropped their only meeting with Chris
Game Preview: No.14 VCU v Richmond - VCU will look to keep a number of streaks intact as they host crosstown rival Richmond this Saturday at the Stuart C. Siegel Center. The Rams are riding a seven-game home winning streak, a 12-game streak overall and have won their last four games against the Spiders. VCU hasn’t lost a home contest to Richmond
Game Preview: No.14 VCU v GW - VCU will look to extend their 11-game winning streak tonight while also hoping to pick up their third consecutive dub against the Colonials of George Washington. The teams split last season’s regular season series, first with VCU losing by 10 in DC before getting revenge in the form of a 92-75 beatdown at the Stu.

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