Kazembe Abif

Drexel Dragons #32 - Forward

  • Height: 6-7
  • Weight: 215
  • Seasons: SR

TBT preview: NCAA snub still fuels Drexel alumni team


Five years after a controversial exclusion, the Dragons are reuniting for a tournament run worth $2 million.

Drexel Wins But Has Little to Celebrate


Drexel came back after halftime to erase a poor shooting effort and a nine-point deficit to grab 7th place from Cornell in the Charleston Tournament. But there is not a lot to cheer about in...

Injury Update: Drexel's Damion Lee Out Friday


Drexel's Damion Lee went down with a bad-looking knee injury during the second half against Arizona in the NIT semifinals. He will also miss the consolation game against Alabama according to a...

Dragons Wings Clipped, Fall to Arizona


Drexel ran out to a 19-point lead against Arizona and everything was right with the world. But then things started to go very badly for the Dragons in Madison Square Garden. Another chance for a...

Morning Coffee: More than Just 1,2,4,5


There was basketball going on outside of the Champion's Classic last night. And if you weren't watching, you missed one of the best finishes of the year, courtesy of Treveon Graham. Grab your...

Get Your Morning Coffee Rundown of Last Night


We all tend to get a late start on Saturday morning. Time to pick up your morning coffee, power up the old laptop and see what happened around the mid-major landscape. Here is your Morning Coffee...

Full Time Out: Drexel's James "Bruiser" Flint


The Drexel Dragons, as you probably know, spent their 2012-13 season failing to complete what began labeled as a season of "destiny." Mid-Major Madness sat down with Flint to find out what he...

Drexel Falls to Towson, Bruiser Flint Loses Faith


In a season that has undoubtedly provided Drexel head coach Bruiser Flint with a frightening number of gray hairs, the Dragons lost yet another conference game to Towson on Saturday on a botched...

Dragons Win Third In a Row, Snap Panthers' Streak


Georgia State entered their Saturday matinee at Drexel riding a four-game win streak, while the Dragons came into the contest on a two-game streak of their own. Something had to give.

Northeastern Tops Drexel in OT, Slays Dragons


Without Damion Lee, Drexel's players put themselves in a position to win with little time on the clock. But Quincy Ford forced overtime with 1.8 seconds remaining and Northeastern took the victory...

Drexel's Mistakes Cost Them Season Opener


In a series of unfortunate events and miscues from both sides, the Kent State Golden Flashes capitalized on repeated opportunities to stay in their season opener against Drexel, eventually pulling...