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Duquesne’s Kareem Rozier Wants Another A10 Title | The Pittsburgh Basketball Show

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On Tuesday's edition of The Pittsburgh Basketball Show, Kareem Rozier joined George Michalowski to break down all things Duquesne basketball

Kareem Rozier is on a mission to lead Duquesne back to March Madness in his junior season.

The Michigan native was only a sophomore last year, but was praised for his leadership ability by former head coach Keith Dambrot. Now playing under head coach Dru Joyce III, Rozier is looking to lead the new group of Dukes back to the NCAA Tournament.

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On Tuesday’s edition of The Pittsburgh Basketball Show, Rozier joined George Michalowski to break down all things Duquesne basketball. Rozier spoke about last season’s rough start, the turning point, his player-led speech that he gave to the team, the Atlantic 10 Tournament, March Madness, and more. He then dove into topics such as the new back court, the European wings on the team, the team’s returning and new big men, and much more.

Duquesne's 2024 March Madness Tournament coverage is sponsored by Leon's Billiards & More, Moon Golf Club and Archie's on Carson! Their contributions have allowed us to cover the Dukes run in Omaha, Nebraska. We appreciate their support!

Check out the interview here or click the link below.

The Pittsburgh Basketball Show is your home for the most comprehensive coverage of basketball in the Steel City. Focusing on Pitt, Duquesne, Robert Morris, and high school men’s basketball, host George Michalowski is looking to provide elite, 365-day coverage of each team for each basketball fan in this city. The show, in just one week, has already hosted recruits, NBA players, and current collegiate players in the city as guests. Check out another Duquesne-related episode of The Pittsburgh Basketball Show here. Duquesne recruiting target Jayden Taylor joined the show last week, just days after his offer from Joyce, and days before his visit to the Bluff.

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