In 2006, a gifted little guard from Northeastern University came to Portsmouth, Virginia, to prove he could play with college basketball’s big boys in the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament. In three games at Churchland High School, all he did was record 41 assists, which still stands as the tournament record. In one game, he had 18 assists, another PIT record that stands to this day. Better yet, he committed only five turnovers all week for a spiffy 8.2 assist-to-turnover ratio. Read more here.
2016 - PIT ALUMNI IN THE NBA
2016 Portsmouth Invitational Tournament Recap
PIT Chairman Mahlon Parker discusses the field of players at the 2016 Portsmouth Invitational Tournament.
A.J. English MVP
Iona (Roger Brown's)
Arizona (Roger Brown's)
VCU (Norfolk Sports Club)
Michigan State (Norfolk Sports Club)
Florida (K&D Rounds)
Michigan State (K&D Rounds)
Miami (K&D Rounds)
Iowa State (Mike Duman)
Oklahoma (Sales Systems, Ltd.)
Georgetown (Sales Systems, Ltd.)
Alabama (Portsmouth Partnership)
Saint Joseph's (Cherry Bekaert)
During the 2015/2016 season there were at least 42 PIT alums that played on NBA teams. See the list here.
IN NCAA’S YEAR OF THE SENIOR, PIT KEEPS SHOWCASING NBA PLAYERS
PIT News From Around The Web
By Chris Ekstrand
By Rob Reheuser, NBA Communications
PORTSMOUTH, Va. — The 64th annual Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, which featured 64 of the nation’s top college seniors competing in a four-day, 12-game event before team representatives throughout the NBA, concluded on Saturday, April 16. Read Rob's full recap here.
Terry Porter, University of Portland head coach, former NBA player and coach, and member of the 1985 PIT All-Tournament Team, talks about the impact of playing in the PIT on his career.
2016 PIT ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
Bryn Forbes Showed Off At PIT
Retin Obasohan Shines At 2016 PIT
PIT Provides Recruiting Ground For International Teams
DraftExpress Recaps 2016 PIT
PIT Chairman Mahlon Parker with 2016 PIT MVP A.J. English from Iona College