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Between the dunks, the 3-pointers and the defense, Roman showed why it seems to enjoy playing at the Palestra so much.
The defending Philadelphia Catholic League boys basketball champions made sure their title defense was never in doubt with a dominant first quarter capped by perhaps the game’s best highlight.
The Big 5 is an informal association of college athletic programs in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
It is not a conference, but rather a group of NCAA Division I basketball schools who compete for the Philadelphia city championship.
We have to keep taking better shots, make sure we finish layups and stick to the plan.” The 14-0 run to end the first was capped off by a defensive play turned highlight.
Roman’s Lynn Greer III tipped a La Salle inbound pass, kept it alive and found Hakim Hart running the floor.
If two or more Big 5 teams do share a conference, the second matchup between the schools is counted toward the Big 5 standings while the first matchup is not.
There are intense rivalries inside the Big 5, most notably the rivalry between Villanova and Saint Joseph's, also known as the Holy War. Joe's–Temple rivalry has increased in intensity in recent years, mostly because of the "Goon Gate" incident in 2005 involving former Temple coach John Chaney where he sent in a player to intentionally foul John Bryant. La Salle considers Saint Joseph's to be its biggest rival.Big 5 schools represent some of the oldest and most successful men's basketball programs in the nation.Four of the five teams—Temple (5th), Penn (20th), Villanova (23rd), and Saint Joseph's (40th)—are in the top 50 for all-time Division I basketball victories.The group showcased Philadelphia's basketball talent and helped pay for the upkeep on the Palestra, on the University of Pennsylvania's campus where the games historically took place. All schools agreed to split ticket and concessions revenues equally once Penn was paid for upkeep costs on the Palestra.
The arrangement promoted already intense intra-city collegiate basketball rivalries dating back three decades or more.
Joseph's, and La Salle joined the Atlantic 10), and as college basketball became increasingly driven by television and its need to appeal to a broad national audience, the local character of the Big 5 was a liability. However, in 1999, the Big 5 round-robin series was revived and has continued to this day.