Isaiah Sykes

UCF Knights #3 - Guard

  • Height: 6-6
  • Weight: 220

Memphis and UConn highlight AAC Thursday

Thursday's second-round action in the American Athletic Conference features two of the best teams in the country trying to spoil the other's NCAA Tournament seeding.

Previewing The AAC Tourney: Wednesday & Thursday

Wet Hot American Basketball, in Memphis

Layup Line: UCF, Part Deux

The Knights are itchin' to knock off a top 10 team. Will the Bearcats survive this road test?

Layup Line: Central Florida

These Knights have a better chance of starring in the next Monty Python remake than upsetting the Bearcats.

WVU - Marshall Preview: Capital Punishment

The West Virginia Mountaineers basketball team regroup after a painful loss to Gonzaga to travel down I-79 for the Capital Classic in Charleston. Prediction: dumb fouls.

Miami, UCF victorious on Friday

Miami handed Charlotte its first loss of the season on Friday, while UCF escaped with a win over Old Dominion. Miami and UCF will face each other on Tuesday in Orlando.

Calvin Newell to make UCF debut

Calvin Newell, a transfer from the Oklahoma Sooners, will make his Central Florida Knights debut on Wednesday when the Knights play the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats.

Keith Clanton to remain at Central Florida, Marcus Jordan Leaving Knights

Keith Clanton has chosen to remain at Central Florida, while Michael Jordan's son Marcus is leaving the team. What are the prospects for the Knights now that the transfer train has apparently stopped?

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