Cincinnati alumni Tre Scott and Keith Williams are expected to make their debuts for Nasty Nati in the upcoming TBT quarterfinals next week!
During a recent interview with The Front Office News contributor Neil Meyer, Scott looked ahead to his highly-anticipated TBT debut in Dayton.
Scott earned All-AAC First Team honors and was named AAC Defensive Player of the Year during his senior campaign with the Bearcats in 2020.
Williams posted a career-best 14.3 points and 4.1 rebounds per game en route to receiving All-AAC Second Team recognition in his senior year.
Cincinnati Basketball: Tre Scott, Keith Williams expected to make Nasty Nati debut in TBT quarterfinals
Both players were an integral part of back to back AAC championships as the Bearcats beat Houston in 2019 AAC Tournament title game!
Even though he hasn’t played in the NBA yet, Williams has seen plenty of success after leading the Otago Nuggets to a league title last season.
Scott previously played for the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2021 and had stints with the Cleveland Charge, Ontario Clippers and other teams.
The upcoming quarterfinals will officially get underway next week, followed by the annual $1 million championship game in early August.
Cincinnati Basketball: Bearcats alumni team Nasty Nati advances to upcoming TBT quarterfinals
After losing to the Fort Wayne Champs in the first round last summer, Nasty Nati is hoping to take home the championship this time around!
Nasty Nati was able to secure the Xavier Regional title and will look to keep the momentum going in the quarterfinals on Monday night.
Stay tuned for the most recent pregame updates and roster changes as Nasty Nati attempts to stay alive in the single elimination event.
With an opportunity to reach the semifinals for the first time ever, Nasty Nati must continue to play at a high level on both ends of the floor.