Anosike’s double-double lands him Hoops Agents Player of the Week award

Posted on 12.23.2023

32-year old NGR-USAn power forward O.D. Anosike (203-F/C-1991) had a very impressive game in the last round for Mahram Tehran and receives a Hoops Agents Player of the Week award for round 10. He had a double-double of 21 points and 14 rebounds, while his team outclassed Raad (#11, 1-9) with 28-point margin 92-64. Mahram maintains the 4th position in Iranian league. They would have Read More

Youth basketball: Ex-St. Peter’s hoops star OD Anosike giving back through his own camp

Posted on 08.02.2021

To OD Anosike, his basketball life has come full circle. It wasn’t too long ago that the former St. Peter’s and Siena College hoops star found himself at various camps and clinics as he looked to learn the finer points of the game he loves. Now, the 30-year-old Anosike, who recently completed his eighth season Read More

Times Union: Former Siena basketball star wins title after beating coronavirus

Posted on 11.21.2020

On Thursday, former Siena men’s basketball star O.D. Anosike won his first championship since he was a Saints freshman a decade ago. Much has changed since then, due in no small part to the coronavirus pandemic that is keeping fans out of arenas. “Very different than what I’m used to,” Anosike, now 29 years old, Read More

Former Siena basketball players get world view of coronavirus

Posted on 08.24.2020

Anosike, Moore, Rossiter all overseas when pandemic struck. They played together on the last Siena men’s basketball team to participate in the NCAA Tournament in 2009-10. A decade later, O.D. Anosike, Ronald Moore and Ryan Rossiter have shared an entirely different experience — being overseas in the middle of a global pandemic. Anosike plays professionally Read More

Anosike has high expectations; says next team will get “the best version that they have ever seen” of him

Posted on 07.31.2018

OD Anosike sat down with Giorgio Bosco of “Pianeta Basket” to discuss his past, the present, and his future career endeavors. How was your last season in Spain? My last season in Spain was very interesting. We were a team filled of many talented players but we unable to find our chemistry throughout the season. Anyway I Read More O.D. Anosike leaves NBA Summer League with a strong last impression

Posted on 07.17.2014

On his way out of Orlando, O.D. Anosike made a statement and received a message. Over the first four games of his NBA Summer League run with the Boston Celtics in Orlando, playing time had been sporadic for the former St. Peter’s star. Anosike was a DNP in the opener and saw just a minute Read More Staten Island’s O.D. Anosike chases NBA dream at summer league

Posted on 07.21.2013

O.D. Anosike arrived in Las Vegas, a city built on the desire to chase a quick windfall, bearing the long view. There are a lot of guys who fit the profile of the former St. Peter’s star that have gone on to make a pretty good living in the NBA, undrafted free agents whose college Read More NBA Draft Blog Interview with O.D. Anosike

Posted on 06.15.2013

The NBA Draft often becomes focused around big name prospects from schools in major conferences. However, history has shown us that talent can come from anywhere, and what’s more important is playing at a school where you are comfortable and that helps you develop. Siena may not be known by many outside of the Northeast, Read More Working boards, books

Posted on 12.01.2012

Ngozi Anosike, a Nigerian immigrant, raised eight children as a single mother. She’s a registered nurse who worked during the day at a nursing home. Then, after coming home, she fixed dinner and helped her children with their homework before getting a few hours’ sleep and heading to the overnight shift at a psychiatric facility, Read More

New York Times: Siena Rebounder Jumps Out of a Shadow

Posted on 02.21.2012

As the college basketball season winds down, it appears Staten Island will soon have a rebounding champion. A year ago, Ryan Rossiter of Siena, a Staten Island native, averaged 13.2 rebounds a game but finished second in the country to Morehead State’s Kenneth Faried. Faried has since moved on to the N.B.A., and Rossiter also Read More