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Iowa’s McCaffery says, “I’ve turned programs in” for cheating
Hawkeyes coach talks FBI investigation
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Report: Louisville offered $1.5 million settlement to Pitino
Payment would have reportedly been made to charity
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Kansas’ Self: Adidas case a “dark cloud on our profession’
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Kansas coach Bill Self had come to know James Gatto well over the years, along with just about everyone else involved with the college basketball side of the athletic apparel giant...
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Attorney makes case for Louisville to retain Pitino as coach
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Rick Pitino’s attorney has told the Louisville Athletic Association that it should not fire the coach of the men’s basketball program because his client “could not...
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USC loses four-star recruit amid FBI investigation
USC is losing four-star recruit Ja'Raan Brooks due to the recent FBI investigation centered on former assistant coach Tony Bland.
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Providence lands four-star 2018 guard David Duke
Providence is rolling on the recruiting trail as four-star 2018 guard David Duke is the latest top-100 prospect to commit.
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The return of the Border War headlines charity exhibition games for hurricane relief
Kansas and Missouri will meet for the first time since 2012 as they hope to raise over a million dollars for hurricane relief during an exhibition game.
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North Carolina ends a memorable day by raising new championship banner
North Carolina ended a memorable day by raising national title banner No. 7 at the annual Late Night with Roy.
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Kansas has backcourt of the future after commitment from five-star guard Devon Dotson
Kansas has a two-guard lineup set for next season after the commitment of five-star point guard Devon Dotson.
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NCAA’s North Carolina ruling devalues scholarship, ‘student’-athlete even further
The NCAA is even more toothless than we thought.
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N.C. State freshman Beverly sandbagged by NCAA, ruled ineligible in transfer dispute
This ruling is NCAA stupidity at its finest.
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NCAA infractions panel could not conclude academic violations in North Carolina case
If the NCAA’s investigation into North Carolina were a college student, it would have graduated a semester early. On Friday morning, three-and-a-half years – and three Notices of Allegation...
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2017-18 Missouri Valley Conference preview: Who steps up with Wichita State gone?
With the Shockers are in the AAC, who becomes the frontrunner?
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UNC finally set to learn ruling in NCAA academic case Friday
North Carolina is finally set to learn its fate in a multiyear NCAA academic case. The NCAA infractions committee panel handling the school’s multiyear academic case plans to release its ruling Friday...
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Report: Kansas and Missouri working on exhibition matchup for this month
Proceeds would reportedly go to hurricane relief
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MEAC Preview: Morgan State, Todd Bozeman to return to the dance?
Beginning in September and running up through November 10th, the first day of the regular season, College Basketball Talk will be unveiling the 2017-2018 NBCSports.com college hoops preview package. Today,...
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NCAA to release ruling in UNC case Friday
The NCAA infractions committee panel handling North Carolina’s multi-year academic case plans to release its ruling Friday, three people with knowledge of the investigation said. The people said the...
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Report: USC, Arizona, Auburn all received grand jury subpoenas
Yesterday, news came down that Oklahoma State had been given a subpoena on September 27th by a grand jury from New York, and the speculation was that the other three schools that had seen a member of their...
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College Hoops Contender Series: Three more (flawed?) Final Four favorites
These three teams can, in theory, get to a Final Four.
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Louisville hires Trent Johnson as assistant coach, fires Jordan Fair
Louisville and acting head coach David Padgett made some changes to the coaching staff.
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NCAA forms Commission on College Basketball headed by Condoleeza Rice
The goal will be to root out all the corruption currently in the game.
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Report: Oklahoma State received a subpoena from New York grand jury
The subpoena was sent the day after ten men were arrested on bribery, corruption and fraud charges.
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MAC Preview: Is the West where the MAC’s power lies?
Beginning in September and running up through November 10th, the first day of the regular season, College Basketball Talk will be unveiling the 2017-2018 NBCSports.com college hoops preview package. Today,...
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MAAC Preview: Can Monmouth finally break through into NCAAs?
Hawks have won last two regular season titles, but no Big Dance appearances
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2017-18 CBT Expert Picks
Remember what we get wrong right here.
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Portland head coach Terry Porter brews beer for charity
A college basketball coach who brews his own beer? That isn’t something you hear all that often, but in the case of Portland head coach Terry Porter he’s been using those skills to help those in...
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Heart ailment sidelines UMass G Jaylen Brantley
In his first season as head coach at UMass, Matt McCall inherited a couple players capable of aiding in the rebuilding process in guard Luwane Pipkins and forward Rashaan Holloway, and he added a transfer...
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UCLA lands 4-star SG Jules Bernard
UCLA received its second verbal commitment in the Class of 2018 on Tuesday, as 6-foot-6 shooting guard Jules Bernard announced that he will be a Bruin. Bernard, considered to be a four-star prospect, joins...
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Coaches arrested in corruption scandal appear in court
Five of the ten men that were arrested in the college basketball corruption scandal were arraigned in a courthouse in Lower Manhattan and released on $100,000 bond.
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Horizon League Preview: Can Oakland rebound from a first round tourney exit?
Beginning in September and running up through November 10th, the first day of the regular season, College Basketball Talk will be unveiling the 2017-2018 NBCSports.com college hoops preview package. Today,...
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American Athletic Conference Preview: Welcome, Wichita State!
The American added a Final Four contender overnight. Who saw that coming?
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Ivy League Preview: Can Yale outlast Harvard and Princeton?
The Ivy League is perennially underrated, and Yale looks to be the team that can make the most noise this season.
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ESPN pulling 24-hour hoops marathon
Network says "programming challenges" behind move
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Atlantic 10 Preview: Rhode Island leads the way
Everything you need to know about the Atlantic 10.
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Oklahoma State coach Boynton deals with distractions
STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — Oklahoma State coach Mike Boynton had plenty to deal with as a new head coach before lead assistant Lamont Evans got caught in a scandal. Evans was among those charged with...
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DePaul now has two commitments from eighth graders
Dave Leitao picked up a commitment over the weekend, as Skyy Clark announced on his Instagram page that he will be joining his friend Amari Bailey in attending DePaul when they enroll in college. In theory...
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Blockbuster arrests not shocking to college hoops followers
PHOENIX (AP) — Top-level basketball recruits played in gyms across Las Vegas over the summer, their final shot to impress college coaches during a live-recruiting period. Around the same time in July, an...
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College Hoops Contender Series: Three (flawed?) Final Four favorites
Here are three potential Final Four teams that have enough flaws to be concerning.
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Big Ten Conference Preview: This is Michigan State’s league to lose
The Big Ten will be loaded this year.
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Big Ten Preview Podcast
Scott Phillips and Travis Hines join Rob Dauster today to breakdown everything about the Big Ten this season. Here is a timecode for each team: Illinois: 2:01 Indiana: 6:57 Iowa: 11:03 Maryland: 16:42...
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Report: Arizona commit Jahvon Quinerly hires lawyer amid FBI investigation on college hoops
Arizona commit Jahvon Quinerly has hired an attorney, but not spoken to any federal authorities, after the FBI scandal into college basketball broke a few weeks ago.
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Rhode Island lands four-star 2018 forward Jermaine Harris
Rhode Island pulled in a top-100 recruit on Friday with the addition of four-star forward Jermaine Harris.
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N.C. State lands four-star 2018 big man Ian Steere
N.C. State landed a key big man for its future on Friday as Class of 2018 big man Ian Steere pledged to the Wolfpack.
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CAA Preview: This is the year for Charleston to take control of the league race
Beginning in September and running up through November 10th, the first day of the regular season, College Basketball Talk will be unveiling the 2017-2018 NBCSports.com college hoops preview package. Today,...
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Conference USA Preview: Is Middle Tennessee State still the team to beat?
Beginning in September and running up through November 10th, the first day of the regular season, College Basketball Talk will be unveiling the 2017-2018 NBCSports.com college hoops preview package. Today,...
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Louisville’s two remaining assistant coaches placed on administrative leave
Louisville announced on Friday that the only two remaining assistant coaches on the staff, Jordan Fair and Kenny Johnson, have been placed on paid administrative leave as the school continues to investigate...
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Fran McCaffery’s son, a four-star prospect, commits to Iowa
Patrick McCaffery is a consensus top-50 recruit
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Report: Pitino received 98 percent of cash in Louisville’s deal with adidas
Pitino collected $1.5 million in 2015-16
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Big West Conference Preview: Is this UC Irvine’s league to lose?
Beginning in September and running up through November 10th, the first day of the regular season, College Basketball Talk will be unveiling the 2017-2018 NBCSports.com college hoops preview package. Today,...
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Big South Conference Preview: Nick McDevitt, UNC Asheville just keep winning
Beginning in September and running up through November 10th, the first day of the regular season, College Basketball Talk will be unveiling the 2017-2018 NBCSports.com college hoops preview package. Today,...
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Michael Porter Jr., other freshmen, set high hopes at Missouri
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Kevin Puryear was fresh off welcoming Cuonzo Martin to Columbia when his attention turned to who might be coming to Missouri with his new coach. Little did the junior know at that point...
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Padgett: Louisville hoops team gaining ‘sense of normalcy’
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — David Padgett seemed to enjoy the change of pace. The interim Louisville men’s basketball coach got a chance to answer more questions about basketball than the hoard of legal...
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Mountain West Preview: Multi-bid conference?
We are a long way from the days of Jimmer Fredette and Kawhi Leonard.
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Syracuse lands commitment from four-star 2018 guard Jalen Carey
Syracuse added another talented player to its Class of 2018 recruiting haul as Jalen Carey committed.
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North Carolina lands five-star 2018 wing Nassir Little
Class of 2018 five-star wing Nassir Little pledged to North Carolina giving the Tar Heels a huge commitment.
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Michigan lands commitment from four-star 2018 center Colin Castleton
Michigan landed its fifth commitment in the Class of 2018 with center Colin Castleton
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Big Sky Conference Preview: Will North Dakota repeat as league champs?
North Dakota is not a traditional power, but they should be in the mix for another dual-league title.
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John Calipari: Players should earn income off likeness
John Calipari is making all of the right points here.
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Basketball ref sues Kentucky Sports Radio over harassment
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A college basketball referee filed a federal lawsuit against a Kentucky media company on Tuesday, accusing it of creating conditions that led to the harassment of him and his family after...
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ACC Preview Podcast
Rob Dauster was joined by Raphielle Johnson and Scott Phillips to pour over the ACC and make a handful of bold – and not so bold – predictions about the league. As always with these podcasts,...
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NBA GMs: Age-limit is not the most important rule change needed
NBA.com’s annual GM survey is usually a fun way to get a pulse on the way that the people within and running the NBA feel about the NBA. Frankly, this year’s poll is not all that enlightening....
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VIDEO: Grayson Allen destroys teammate with a dunk in practice
Grayson Allen was recently named the only captain for Duke this season, which makes sense given the fact that every other Blue Devils rotation player will be a freshmen or a sophomore. And to celebrate that...
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ACC Preview: Duke’s back; Miami, UNC?
The ACC once again looks like the best conference in the country.
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USC Upstate coach Eddie Payne resigns
Payne went 227-241 in 15 seasons at Upstate
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Arizona’s Sean Miller releases statement addressing corruption scandal
Miller acknowledges need to "promote and reinforce a culture of compliance"
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Nike “never helped me get any player,” North Carolina’s Roy Williams says
UNC coach says there's no assist from shoe company
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WCC Preview: St. Mary’s pass Gonzaga?
The Gaels appear to have the most talent in the WCC, but will it translate on the court?
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Mike Krzyzewski: Issues in college basketball arise because ‘we don’t have a good model’
On Tuesday, Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski spoke with the media for the first time since the FBI’s investigation into college basketball erupted into the public’s view last week, ripping the...
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Arkansas freshman Garland out with medical condition
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas freshman guard Khalil Garland has not been cleared to practice to begin the preseason because of an undisclosed health condition. Coach Mike Anderson says Garland is...
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Ohio State, Cincinnati schedule series for first time in nearly 100 years
Earlier this year, I went on one of my many rants about the state of college basketball and why the sport is in trouble if we cannot find a way to get the coaches to schedule the games that people will care...
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A&M’s Caldwell suspended for 5 games after arrest
COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — Texas A&M’s J.J. Caldwell has been suspended for the first five games of the season for violating school policy. The school did not elaborate on the reason for his...
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Perry Ellis All-Stars: Players still in school
Some careers never seem to end. Some players seem destined to wreak havoc year after year after year.
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Grayson Allen picked as captain of Duke’s basketball team
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — Grayson Allen has regained his position as a captain of Duke’s basketball team. Team spokesman Cory Walton confirmed Monday that Allen has been selected as a team captain. Allen...
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LaVar Ball pulls LaMelo out of Chino Hills to home-school and train him
Five-star point guard and UCLA commit LaMelo Ball will be home-schooled and trained by LaVar Ball.
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Florida lands five-star 2018 guard Andrew Nembhard
Class of 2018 five-star point guard Andrew Nembhard committed to Florida.
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Louisville board votes to begin Rick Pitino’s termination
Louisville's board voted to begin the process to terminate Rick Pitino "for cause."
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Louisville's Bowen to seek reinstatement
Louisville freshman Brian Bowen has retained the services of an attorney to try to gain reinstatement after his indefinite suspension.
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CBT Podcast: College basketball corruption scandal costs Rick Pitino his job
Gary Parrish and Jeff Greer join Rob Dauster on the podcast to talk about the latest in the college basketball corruption scandal that cost Louisville coach Rick Pitino his job.
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Louisville: Rick Pitino on unpaid leave until conclusion of FBI investigation
Louisville said that former basketball coach Rick Pitino will remain on unpaid leave “until the conclusion of the investigation currently underway by the U.S. Attorney’s Office in collaboration...
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America East Conference Preview: Is this Vermont’s league to lose again?
The Catamounts are perennially the favorites in the America East.
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Suspended Louisville coach Rick Pitino: ‘I’ll be vindicated’
Speaking publicly for the first time since he was effectively fired as the head coach of the Louisville Cardinals, Rick Pitino told the Louisville Courier-Journal that he returned to Miami, is selling his...
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Atlantic Sun Conference Preview: Can FGCU reach their third straight NCAA tournament?
Beginning in September and running up through November 10th, the first day of the regular season, College Basketball Talk will be unveiling the 2017-2018 NBCSports.com college hoops preview package. Today,...
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Contender Series: Six Final Four Sleepers
These are the six teams that will show up outside the top 12 but will have a chance to make a run in the NCAA tournament.
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Kentucky freshman Jarred Vanderbilt out three months with foot injury
Kentucky freshman Jarred Vanderbilt will be out three months due to a foot injury.
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Dawn Staley says South Carolina hasn’t been invited to President Trump’s White House
Every women's college basketball champions since 1983 has been invited to the White House except for South Carolina.
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Texas lands three-star 2018 forward Jaxson Hayes
Texas landed a fast-rising, three-star forward in 2018 Jaxson Hayes.
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Rick Pitino: ‘I will take ownership of my decisions’
Rick Pitino released a statement on Friday afternoon, minutes before David Padgett was introduced as the interim head coach in his absence, accepting blame for what happened in his program on his watch...
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David Padgett named Louisville’s interim head coach
Padgett was on Rick Pitino's staff for the last three years.
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Pearl, Auburn face cloud of uncertainty as season approaches
Bruce Pearl’s efforts to infuse a once-moribund Auburn basketball program have been derailed after his associate head coach’s arrest as part of a nationwide federal bribery investigation of...
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OK State fires assistant tied to hoops scandal
Oklahoma State has fired Lamont Evans for cause after the top assistant to new coach Mike Boynton was ensnared in the federal investigation of basketball recruiting at seven universities. The school...
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Corruption scandal threatens eligibility for college players
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A federal fraud and bribery scandal shaking college basketball has led to a key question of what will happen to recruits who received money linked to attending certain schools. It could...
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LaVar Ball says he was offered $200,000 ‘every summer’
LaVar Ball joined the CBS Sports Flagrant 2 podcast to talk about the burgeoning NCAA bribery scandal and, of course, LaVar had something worthwhile to say: Every summer. They keep coming every summer to...
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Congressional committee requests briefing
The bribery scandal has now reached congress, as two members of the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee have asked for a briefing.
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Report: Louisville players backing Padgett
Part of the issue for Louisville in their search for a replacement for Rick Pitino is that it's still unclear who was involved.
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Scandal proves college players have value
The only way to truly eliminate the corruption in college basketball is to legalize the corruption, says Rob Dauster.
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Reports: Rick Pitino is ‘Coach-2’ in FBI complaint
That links Pitino to payments that were supposed to be funneled to a 2019 prospect.
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Miami says that they are under FBI investigation
Miami's name didn't pop up in any of the three complaints that were released by the U.S. Attorney of the Southern District of New York on Tuesday.
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Arizona’s Rawle Alkins out 8-to-12 weeks with broken foot
Arizona sophomore guard Rawle Alkins is out eight-to-12 weeks after surgery on his foot.
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Alabama staffer resigns amid investigation
Alabama's men's basketball staff had a resignation from a former NCAA staff member following an internal review.
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Notre Dame adds 2018 four-star forward Nate Laszewski
Notre Dame brought in its fourth four-star prospect in the Class of 2018 with forward Nate Laszewski.
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Jim Calhoun returns to college basketball at Division III St. Joseph
Hall of Fame coach Jim Calhoun has returned to college basketball as head coach of Division III St. Joseph.
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Rick Pitino releases statement after Louisville places him on Administrative Leave
Rick Pitino has released a statement after Louisville placed him on administrative leave
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If Louisville doesn’t get death penalty, no program ever will again
If this isn’t enough to earn the death penalty, nothing ever will be.
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Louisville loses two 2018 recruits after recent incidents
Louisville is losing two key recruits in the Class of 2018 after recent incidents, including the removal of head coach Rick Pitino.
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2017-18 Season Preview: Programs on the Rise, Decline
Beginning in September and running up until November 10th, the first day of the season, College Basketball Talk will be unveiling the 2017-2018 NBCSports.com college hoops preview package. MORE: 2017-18...
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Who will Louisville hire to replace Rick Pitino?
Louisville might end up needing to go with an interim coach.
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2017-18 College Basketball Season Preview: Impact Transfers
Beginning in September and running up until November 10th, the first day of the season, College Basketball Talk will be unveiling the 2017-2018 NBCSports.com college hoops preview package. MORE: 2017-18...
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So what’s next for the now-fired Rick Pitino?
Rick Pitino is one of the most brilliant x’s-and-o’s tacticians that we have seem in the college basketball ranks in the modern era. He’s also damn near untouchable at this point. Pitino...
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Rick Pitino ‘effectively fired’ at Louisville
This is the end for one of the best coaches in college basketball history.
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West Virginia’s Ahmad ineligible for first half of season
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia forward Esa Ahmad must sit out the first half of the 2017-18 season after failing to meet NCAA eligibility requirements. West Virginia announced the move in a...
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Five-star 2018 prospect decommits from Auburn
The fallout from the bombshell that the FBI dropped on college basketball is only just beginning. It will be significant, however. And on the recruiting front, it started on Wednesday. E.J. Montgomery, a...
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Attorney: Allegations do not apply to Larranaga
Miami seems to be referenced in court documents
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Pitino: Allegations come as complete shock
Head coach Rick Pitino released a statement commenting on the latest scandal to rock his program.
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Corruption ‘scandal’ is, unfortunately, business as usual for college hoops
None of this is new, either, but no one wants to know how the sausage is made.
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The NCAA’s amateurism model creates black market that allow corruption to exist
Outlaw something, and you create outlaws.
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USC hires former FBI director Freeh, Tony Bland placed on leave
Louisville and USC have both released statements the bombshell news this morning that four assistant coaches were among ten people that were arrested by the FBI, who were investigating corruption in college...
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Auburn suspends Chuck Person without pay over fraud, corruption allegations
Auburn announced on Tuesday afternoon that assistant coach Chuck Person has been suspended without pay by the university. “This morning’s news is shocking,” the statement reads. “We are...
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The Enigma of Miles Bridges: Inside the ‘weirdo’s’ decision to return to Michigan State
Inside the complicated decision for Miles Bridges returning to school.
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2017-2018 NBC Sports College Basketball Preseason All-American Teams
We go through four teams, plus eight honorable mentions.
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Four coaches named in alleged corruption scandal
Ten people, including sneaker execs, agents and financial advisors.
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Report: Wichita State’s McDuffie out with stress fracture
Junior suffers foot injury
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The Top 25 Non-Conference Games
The best the non-conference schedule has to offer this year.
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CBT’s 2017-18 College Basketball Season Preview Schedule
Believe it or not, but college basketball season technically begins this week, as programs around the country are allowed to start practicing as early as September 29th, this Friday. With that in mind, it’s...
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Kansas lands second commitment in the Class of 2018
Kansas landed their second big man in the Class of 2018 on Sunday, as David McCormack, a top 50 prospect, announced that he will be a Jayhawk when he plays his college ball. The 6-foot-10 center picked...
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Report: UNC won’t attend White House
North Carolina will not visit President Donald Trump at the White House after winning a national championship.
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Xavier freshman forward Jared Ridder will transfer
Xavier is losing a freshman forward to transfer before the season even begins.
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Four-star 2018 forward Ian Steere decommits from Creighton
Creighton lost a talented big man from its Class of 2018 recruiting efforts as four-star forward Ian Steere has decommitted.
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John Wall emotional in Kentucky Hall of Fame induction speech
John Wall was inducted into the University of Kentucky Athletics Hall of Fame as he gave an emotional speech.
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Ohio State snags third 2018 commitment in a week with four-star guard Luther Muhammad
Ohio State has been red-hot on the recruiting trail as the Buckeyes landed four-star 2018 guard Luther Muhammad.
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Michigan lands four-star 2018 forward Ignas Brazdeikis
Michigan added to its strong Class of 2018 recruiting class with a commitment from four-star forward Ignas Brazdeikis.
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Sex assault count dropped against ex-Creighton player Watson
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Prosecutors have dropped a first-degree sexual assault charge against former Creighton point guard Maurice Watson after questions arose about the accuser’s story. Douglas County...
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Storm damage forces Paradise Jam out of Virgin Islands
MIAMI (AP) — The Paradise Jam basketball tournament will not be played in the U.S. Virgin Islands this year because of damage caused by Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria. The tournament will be played in...
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Kentucky lands commitment from five-star point guard
Immanuel Quickley is arguably the best point guard in the 2018 class.
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Five-star forward King picks Oregon
Top-20 prospect chose Oregon over Kansas, Purdue and others
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Four-star forward Miller Kopp commits to Northwestern
Houston native also had offers from Butler, Texas A&M and Vandy
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NEXT ONE? Hoops phenom at 13 has college offer, NBA height
What is it like to be the next young phenom in basketball?
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NCAA punishes Pacific men’s basketball for violations
STOCKTON, Calif. (AP) — The men’s basketball team at Pacific has been punished by the NCAA for academic and recruiting violations under former coach Ron Verlin. The NCAA said Wednesday that Verlin...
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Memphis lands commitment from 2018 center Connor Vanover
Memphis landed one of the most unique talents in the Class of 2018 in center Connor Vanover.
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Bill Self not sure how long he will coach
Will Kansas head coach Bill Self retire earlier than many of his legendary contemporaries?
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Ohio State lands second pledge in two days with 2018 guard Duane Washington
Ohio State landed its second 2018 commitment in two days by pulling in guard Duane Washington.
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Syracuse walk-on accused of sexual assault
Dominick Parker, an 18-year old freshman who was added to the Syracuse roster as a walk-on just 12 days ago, was arrested last Friday and charged with sexual abuse in the first degree, reports Syracuse.com...
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Wichita State to sell beer at Koch Arena
As if it wasn’t already hard enough to win games at Koch Arena. Starting this season, Wichita State fans will be able to buy beer during games at their home arena, a fact that should ensure that the...
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Blue Ribbon releases preseason top 25
Blue Ribbon has released their top 25 and preseason all-american awards.
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4-star center commits to Purdue
With Vince Edwards and Isaac Haas entering their senior seasons, adding front court options in the 2018 class was something that Purdue needed to do.
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Dayton freshman Toppin ineligible for 2017-18 season
Dayton announced Tuesday afternoon that one of the program's incoming freshmen will not be eligible to compete this season.
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Four-star forward commits to Ohio State
Ohio State is on the board with regards to the 2018 recruiting class, as Chris Holtmann's program received a much-needed verbal commitment from four-star forward Jaedon LeDee.
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Pac-12 foolish for scheduling Arizona-UCLA only once
Arizona and UCLA will only play at Arizona this year.
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Vanderbilt lands commitment from Aaron Nesmith
Vanderbilt landed their first commitment in the Class of 2018 with four-star wing Aaron Nesmith. Nesmith is a native of South Carolina, and the Commodores beat out South Carolina for his services. At 6-foot...
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Svi Mykhailiuk drops 20 pounds, makes weird Kansas roster even weirder
Kansas is a weird team this season. They’re talented, they’re probably going to win the Big 12 again and I fully expect them to be in the national title picture come March, but that doesn’...
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Four-star forward commits to Wake Forest
Isaiah Mucius becomes third member of Danny Manning's 2018 class
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Rhode Island staffer arrested at team facility
Tyron Boswell facing multiple charges
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At Harvard, education through athletics (and vice-versa)
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — When Harvard sophomore Seth Towns awoke in his riverside dorm room Wednesday morning, he had options. He could work out at the gym to prepare for the upcoming Ivy League basketball...
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Mitchell Robinson is not a trailblazer; poor decisions forced him into the worst one-and-done option
Robinson will be spending a year working out on his own. That is not the way this should have ended up.
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Mitchell Robinson to leave Western Kentucky, workout for NBA Draft
It sounds like this soap opera is finally over.
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Syracuse’s Jim Boeheim wants to coach through son’s college career
Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim directly addressed how long he could remain coach as his son, Buddy, will factor into the decision,
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Louisville lands four-star 2019 guard David Johnson
Louisville continued its recent recruiting hot streak by landing a talented local 2019 guard.
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Charges dismissed against suspended South Carolina guard
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Assault charges against suspended South Carolina guard Rykym Felder have been dismissed. Columbia Police Department spokeswoman Jennifer Timmons said Felder’s charges were...
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N.C. State lands first Class of 2018 commitment
Immanuel Bates, one of the best shot-blockers in the high school ranks, announced that he has committed to N.C. State at a press conference on Friday afternoon. Bates is a 6-foot-9, 200 pound center that is...
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UConn’s eight newcomers already competing for playing time
STORRS, Conn. (AP) — The competition to earn playing time is already in high gear at UConn, where eight newcomers have joined the Huskies. So far, it’s been just pickup games, limited workouts with...
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NBCSN announces 2017-18 Atlantic 10 schedule
NBCSN will air more than 30 Atlantic 10 games this season.
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UConn’s eight newcomers already competing for playing time
Only Jalen Adams and Christian Vital saw serious minutes last season.
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Utah signs guard Devante Doutrive, plans to redshirt
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah has signed shooting guard Devante Doutrive to a letter of intent. He plans to redshirt during the 2017-18 season. The 6-foot-5, 190-pounder from Woodland Hills, California,...
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Virginia Tech’s Khadim Sy leaves program
The sophomore's departure leaves Virginia Tech thin on the frontline.
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Cincinnati lands 2018 point guard
Cincinnati has its first recruit in its Class of 2018
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NCAA title game top scorer Booth returns healthy for Villanova
VILLANOVA, Pa. (AP) — Phil Booth can live with hitting only Villanova’s second-biggest buzzer beater in a national championship game. Let’s throw it back to April 2016 in Houston. “Five...
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Syracuse lands commitment from Class of 2019 guard
Syracuse landed their first commitment in the Class of 2019 this week as Brycen Goodine, an explosive 6-foot-4 shooting guard from Rhode Island, pledged to the Orange. Goodine is the third player from St....
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Lonergan, George Washington reach settlement
Terms of agreement were not disclosed
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Butler may sell alcohol at Hinkle Fieldhouse this season
School is seeking an alcohol permit
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VIDEO: LaVar Ball surprises longtime handyman with new truck
LaVar Ball gets roundly criticized for the brash, crazy and sometimes hateful things that he’s said in the media in an effort to build up his family’s brand, both the shoe company they own and...
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Georgetown schedule sign of larger issue
The exploitation of college athletes comes to the forefront when talking about buy games and non-conference scheduling.
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LSU adds top-25 forward to 2018 class
Six-foor-9 Naz Reid picks Tigers
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Nebraska’s Isaac Copeland eligible immediately
Nebraska’s Isaac Copeland has received a waiver to play immediately for the Cornhuskers this season, a source confirmed to NBC Sports. Copeland transferred out of the Georgetown program at the end of...
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Georgetown’s non-conference schedule is terrible
The Hoyas might as well punt on the season. They cannot make the NCAA tournament with this schedule.
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Dayton lands four-star 2018 guard Dwayne Cohill
Dayton picked up an important point guard commitment from
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Indiana gets commitment from 2018 forward Jake Forrester
Indiana landed its fourth commitment in the Class of 2018 with forward Jake Forrester.
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UConn lands four-star 2018 guard James Akinjo
UConn landed a quality point guard in four-star James Akinjo.
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UTEP lands graduate transfer Keith Frazier
UTEP added a scorer to its roster by getting Keith Frazier.
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Michigan State lands fifth commitment in the Class of 2018
Michigan State has landed a commitment from Aaron Henry, the fifth member of their 2018 recruiting class. Henry is an Indianapolis native that had a terrific spring and summer, rising up recruiting rankings...
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Study: Nearly 60 percent of transfers leave DI basketball
But it's a transfer epidemic, right?
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Missouri lands four-star 2018 guard Torrence Watson
Missouri landed its third commitment in the Class of 2018 with in-state guard Torrence Watson.
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Houston’s donation comes with red tape
Houston and head coach Kelvin Sampson received 1,300 commitments for help after Hurricane Harvey. Now the school awaits the NCAA and a ruling.
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VIDEO: Kansas coach Bill Self enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame
Kansas head coach Bill Self was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
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CBT Podcast: Houston coach Kelvin Sampson
Houston head coach Kelvin Sampson joins the podcast to discuss Hurricane Harvey relief efforts and potential changes to transfer legislation.
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Duke's Bagley ruled immediately eligible
Marvin Bagley is immediately eligible to play at Duke this season.
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Jim Boeheim’s son, Buddy, commits to Syracuse for Class of 2018
Buddy Boeheim, the son of Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim, has committed to the Orange as a member of the Class of 2018.
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Four-star guard Jamie Lewis decommits from N.C. State
N.C. State lost a commitment from four-star Class of 2018 guard Jamie Lewis as he is looking for a different offense.
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Illinois State coach Dan Muller takes a shot at Jay Bilas
Jay Bilas is known for being one of the most outspoken advocates for student-athlete rights in all of college sports. When he tweets about something, it matters. He was recently voted the fifth-most...
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Truth about changes that are coming to transfer rules
Here are the six things you need to know about transfers.
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Michigan State plans to honor Jud Heathcoate
Michigan State announced on Wednesday how they plan to honor legendary head coach Jud Heathcoate this season,
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Justise Winslow and Duke team for Harvey relief
Cameron Indoor hosting charity event Saturday
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PHOTOS: Packages start to roll in for Kelvin Sampson’s Hurricane Harvey donation drive
We’ve written plenty about Kelvin Sampson and the donation drive he started at the University of Houston. With the school finally back open and mail able to reach the university, the boxes full of...
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Field set for Never Forget Classic at the Prudential Center
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Seton Hall will face VCU and Florida will meet Cincinnati in the second annual Never Forget Tribute Classic. The games will be held at the Prudential Center on Saturday, Dec. 9. Florida...
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Changes to transfer legislation can potentially change college basketball landscape
Immediate-eligibility for all reportedly being discussed
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Xavier extends Chris Mack’s contract
Mack now under contract through 2023
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Division I transfer group considering eliminating permission to contact rules
A Division I working group that is currently evaluating changes to the NCAA’s transfer legislation is looking to hear from other members of the association in regards to potential changes that could...
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CBT Podcast: LaMelo Ball - Celebrity or basketball player?
Cam Reddish committing to Duke is also discussed, as is the passing of a pair of legendary coaches.
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Creighton lands Class of 2018 guard Marcus Zegarowski
Creighton landed a commitment from a solid perimeter shooter as Marcus Zegarowski pledged to the Bluejays.
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West Virginia guard Brandon Knapper out indefinitely following knee surgery
West Virginia freshman guard Brandon Knapper had knee surgery and will be out indefinitely.
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