praca w internecie ankiety Northeastern faced Wentworth on Tuesday night in the first game of their Men Against Breast Cancer Challenge series and won, 91-62. It was the Huskies’ home opener at Cabot. Former Husky and current Dallas Mavericks point guard J.J. Barea was at the game. forex bank öppettider halmstad
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Dallas Mavericks point guard and former Husky J.J. Barea waves to the crowd at Cabot. He finished his career as the school’s second all-time leading scorer with 2,209 points behind Reggie Lewis. He also leaves Northeastern as its second all-time leader in assists with 721 and leader in three-point field goals made (255)
The men’s basketball team get ready to kick off their 2015-2016 season with a friendly game against Wentworth in the Battle of Huntington Avenue.
Junior forward Kwesi Abakah, 34, tips the ball back to his teammates.
Senior guard Quincy Ford, 12, dunks the ball on a breakaway fast break.
Northeastern Cheerleaders perform for a packed crowd in Cabot on Tuesday, Nov. 17.
Junior guard T.J. Williams, 10, tosses in the ball with a finger roll.
Senior guard Quincy Ford, 12, defends against a Wentworth player.
Senior guard Quincy Ford, 12, dunks the ball.
Junior guard Jimmy Marshall, 3, looks to get past a defender.
Northeastern’s Dance team performs during a timeout.
Freshmen center Anthony Green, 30, watches his shot fall in.
Head coach Bill Cohen addresses his team during a blowout win for the Huskies.
Fans for the Northeastern Huskies cheer during their game against Wentworth on Tuesday, Nov. 17.