The Golden Grizzlies will once again play one of the toughest schedules in the country.
The senior guard is attending classes at Oakland.
The senior guard left for reasons unrelated to athletic participation or academic performance.
The Golden Grizzlies will have their first team practice from 6-8 a.m. in the O'rena.
The Golden Grizzlies shot 35% in the game.
Coach Kampe, Travis Bader, and Ryan Bass talk about their team's victory over Morehead State.
Highlights of Oakland defeating South Dakota State 88-83
Highlights from Oakland's win at Omaha 96-81
Travis Bader scored 47 points and set a school record by hitting 11 3-pointers in one game.
Oakland vs. North Dakota State Highlights
Golden Grizzlies hosted the Eagles in the Ramada BracketBusters Game
The men's basketball team hosted their third straight league leader as South Dakota St played in the O'rena on Saturday
The Golden Grizzlies and Jaguars battled in the O'rena on Thursday night.
The Oakland men's basketball team took on the Coyotes of South Dakota Saturday evening in the Athletic Center O'rena.
The men's basketball team took on Kansas City to open up a four-game homestand Thursday in the O'rena
Overview:An athletic point guard that became more of a scorer in 2011-12 ... Solid defender and was named MVP of his district all-star game after scoring 36 points in high school ... Tremendous leaping ability ... Received a grade of 83 on ESPN.com and can affect the game with speed and quickness ... Won a conference championship in the high jump after clearing 6 feet, 7 inches in high school.
▪ Reached a career-high tying 22 points on a career-high 4 3-pointers at North Dakota State (1/12), finishing 9 of 15 from the floor
▪ Scored 15 points, blocked a career-high 2 shots and made a season-high 3 triples at South Dakota State (1/10)
▪ Posted 20 points on 7 of 15 shooting vs. Omaha (1/3)
▪ Made the game-winning jumper with 1.6 seconds left at Eastern Michigan (12/22), finishing with 9 points
▪ Returned to the lineup and dished out a career-high 6 assists at Ohio (12/8)
▪ Dished out a career-high tying 5 assists at Texas Southern (11/20)
▪ Responded with a 4-for-5 shooting night at Boise State (11/13), scoring 11 points in 10 minutes of action
▪ Reached double figures with 12 points and matched his career-best in steals with 4 in the opener vs. Albion (11/9)
▪ Tallied 5 assists in a career-best 4 games
▪ Posted a career-best 8 double-figure scoring games
▪ After missing his first 9 attempts from behind the arc, went 14-for-33 since (42%)
▪ Led team to CIT Final Four after scoring 13 points per game and shooting better than 50% from three
▪ Tallied a career-high 22 points on 3 of 4 long-range shooting vs. Buffalo (3/17) in a career-high 33 minutes
▪ Dished out a career-high tying 5 assists in regular-season finale at South Dakota (2/25)
▪ Went 2-for-2 from behind the arc and scored 13 points to go with 5 assists vs. IPFW (2/11)
▪ Made a career-best 3 of 4 treys at IPFW (1/14), finishing with a career-high 15 points before fouling out
▪ Finished with 9 points and career-high 5-for-5 from the free-throw line against NDSU (12/28)
▪ Averaged 3.1 points and 1.7 assists per game in league play
▪ Returned to his hometown of Dayton at Wright State (11/23) and dished out a then season-high two assists and had no turnovers in six minutes
▪ Broke out against Southern (11/26), tallying six points, four rebounds and three assists in 13 minutes
▪ Tallied four assists at No. 2 Ohio State (12/23), committing just one turnover in 12 minutes of action
▪ Top performance came at IPFW (1/15), scoring a career-high 11 points, going 4-for-4 from the free-throw line
▪ Went 3-for-4 from the floor and scored seven points in 13 minutes at North Dakota State (1/22)
▪ Led the team with four assists to just one turnover at Western Illinois (2/3)
▪ Played in a season-high 21 minutes at IUPUI (2/5), going 3-for-4 from the floor and dished out a season-high five assists
▪ Tallied a career-best two steals versus North Dakota State (2/17)
▪ Went a season-best 5-for-6 from the free-throw line in regular-season finale at Southern Utah (2/26)
▪ Scored four points and had one steal in 11 minutes in the semifinals of Summit League tournament versus South Dakota State (3/7)
▪ Two-year letterwinner in basketball
▪ Played his final season at Dunbar under coach Pete Pullen and junior season at CJ High School under coach Joe Staley
▪ Led team to state title as a senior
▪ Garnered all-state, all-tournament and all-area honors
▪ Participated in District 15 Ohio North-South Kings of the Court All-Star game
▪ Two-time athlete of the week by Channel 7 during senior campaign
▪ Broke single-game school record with a 12-for-12 performance against Massanutten Military Academy
▪ Lettered in track and field and won a conference title in the high jump
Top Athletic Performance
▪ Making the game-winning shot at Eastern Michigan (12/22/12) to give Oakland a two-point win
Full Name: Ryan Phillip Bass
Birthdate: June 27, 1992
Parents: Russell Bass and Bettina Long
▪ Cousin Daequan Cook played college ball at Ohio State and was an NBA first round draft pick of the Philadelphia Sixers. He currently plays for the Oklahoma Thunder.
Sister: Brittany Price (24)
Top Three Reasons for Choosing Oakland
2. Must win attitude
3. Strong Academics
22 (2 times), Last at North Dakota State (1/12/13)
6 (3 times), Last at Kansas City (2/16/13)
9 vs. IUPUI (1/24/13)
9 at North Dakota State (1/12/13)
Field Goal Attempts
15 (2 times), Lastat North Dakota State (1/12/13)
3-Pt. Field Goals
4 at North Dakota State (1/12/13)
3-Pt. FG Attempts
8 at North Dakota State (1/12/13)
9 at Kansas City (2/16/13)
Free Throw Attempts
10 at Kansas City (2/16/13)
4 (3 times), Last at Ohio (12/8/12)
2 at South Dakota State (1/10/13)
41 vs. Morehead State (OT) (2/23/13)
Double-Figure Scoring: 21
20-point Scoring: 3
5 or more Assists: 9