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VIDEOS: Zion Williamson and R.J. Barrett making highlights in Duke debut
Duke freshmen R.J. Barrett and Zion Williamson are already making highlight-reel plays in their Blue Devil debut.
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Judge dismisses Rick Pitino’s lawsuit against Adidas
Pitino is going to continue to be in the headlines for a long, long time, it seems.
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Wake AD sits ‘tight’ as coach goes through legal process
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — Wake Forest athletic director Ron Wellman says the school is “sitting tight” while the legal process continues for an assistant basketball coach who police say punched...
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Evansville lands former Kansas guard Sam Cunliffe
Cunliffe, formerly a Top 100 recruit, played sparingly after becoming eligible at Kansas in December.
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UConn, Tennessee women to renew long-lost rivalry
This rivalry needed to return.
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Robert Morris University player Chelby Frazier dies following pickup game
The 21-year old Frazier was to be a senior at the NAIA school based in Chicago.
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VIDEO: Zion Williamson, R.J. Barrett dunk from free throw line
By now, every should know that Zion Williamson, Duke’s resident freak of nature, is listed at 6-foot-7 and 285 pounds. That might mean he’s actually, what, 6-foot-5.5 and 295? Whatever the case...
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VIDEO: Mixtape for Rivals’ No. 1 recruit in 2019, Vernon Carey
Here is a mixtape for Vernon Carey Jr., the No. 1 prospect in the Class of 2019, according to Rivals, and the player that I called the best prospect in the class after seeing him play at Peach Jam. Carey is...
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VIDEO: Former Maryland star Terrell Stoglin punts ball, flips off crowd in Venezuelan league game
Remember Terrell Stoglin? He led the ACC in scoring as a sophomore, putting up 21.6 points per game for Maryland in the 2011-12 season. His junior season, however, was slated to be lost to suspension, so...
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West Virginia freshman cleared after “medical conditions” addressed
Brandon Knapper expected to compete for PG minutes
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Five Takeaways from Kentucky’s Bahamas exhibitions
Kentucky is going to be very, very good, but there are still some key questions about this team.
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Canadian powerhouse Carleton is destroying American college teams again
Canadian college powerhouse Carleton has rolled through three American opponents with double-digit wins, including two NCAA tournament teams from last season.
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Alabama adds four-star guard Kira Lewis for next season
Alabama added to its Class of 2018 recruiting haul as Kira Lewis is reclassifying after committing.
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Duke’s Barrett ready for homecoming during Canadian tour
Duke freshman R.J. Barrett is ready for his homecoming games — and his college career hasn’t even formally begun yet. The native of Canada figures to be the center of attention when the Blue Devils...
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Krzyzewski: No ‘plan of execution’ for NCAA hoops reforms
Coach K is not yet a fan.
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Autopsy: Death ruled homicide as Wake Forest assistant placed on leave
Jamill Jones was charged with third-degree assault and has been placed on leave by Wake Forest.
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Wake Forest assistant charged with assault in deadly incident
Jamill Jones, an assistant with Wake Forest, was charged with assault in connection with an incident that resulted in the death of a man.
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Re-ranking the 2010 recruiting class
Here are the 25 best players from the Class of 2010
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Agents' role shifting after NCAA changes
Michael McCann details how the NCAA rule changes will affect agents, college football players, and USA Basketball.
NCAA didn’t ask USA Basketball if they wanted role assigned in rule changes
They also didn't talk to the high school coaches to see if their changes would actually work.
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Kentucky wins foreign exhibition opener as perimeter shooting struggles emerge
Kentucky cruised past the Bahamas National Team in its foreign exhibition opener, but perimeter shooting struggles could be something to watch for.
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NCAA rule changes won’t actually change much of anything
The changes that the NCAA adopted will do next-to-nothing to curb the kind of cheating that got the FBI involved in the first place, writes Rob Dauster.
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Kentucky lands five-star 2019 wing Kahlil Whitney
Kentucky added to its Class of 2019 recruiting haul with the addition of five-star Kahlil Whitney.
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NCAA officially ratifies major changes
This effectively makes it so that college players don't lose eligibility if they hire an agent and/or declare for the NBA draft and don't get drafted.
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Re-ranking the 2009 recruiting class
Here are the 25 best players from the Class of 2009.
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Kentucky participates in Samaritan’s Feet program during Bahamas trip
The Wildcats took some time away from the court to help those who are less fortunate.
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Chris Paul donates $2.5M to Wake Forest basketball program
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — NBA All-Star and former Wake Forest guard Chris Paul is donating $2.5 million in support of the Demon Deacons’ basketball team. The donation announced Tuesday is the school...
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Re-ranking the 2008 recruiting class
This is what the Class of 2008 recruiting rankings would look like today.
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Michigan coach John Beilein undergoes heart surgery
John Beilein had successful heart surgery on Monday and will miss the team’s trip to Spain later this month, the school announced on Tuesday morning. The procedure, which was scheduled, was a two-...
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Shaq’s son, Shareef, signs with UCLA
Another O’Neal is set to patrol the paint in Los Angeles.
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Stanford transfer Travis ready to lead young Kentucky squad
Wildcats' Bahamas exhibition tour starts Wednesday
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Xavier lands four-star forward
Daniel Ramsey picks X over offers from Florida, Ohio State and others
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Re-ranking the 2007 recruiting class
Here are the 25 best players from the Class of 2007.
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Former Louisville Cardinal caught with stolen gun, weed
Former Louisville forward Chane Behanan was arrested on Saturday night and charged with receiving stolen property and marijuana possession, according to WDRB in Louisville. Behanan was a passenger in a car...
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Late-blooming and high-rising recruit commits to Michigan
Cole Bajema burst on the scene last month
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VIDEO: Rice surprises walk-on with scholarship while on trip to Spain
Not until after a head-fake, though
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VIDEO: Cole Anthony summer mixtape
We wrote a long feature on Cole Anthony last month. Here’s a mixtape showcasing why we are so high on him as a prospect.
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VIDEO: Mixtape for Jalen Lecque, most athletic PG in the country
Lecque is one of the Class of 2019's best.
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Four-star guard commits to Alabama
Jaylen Forbes is Tide's second four-star pledge in 2019
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Rick Pitino disputes Louisville allegation that he thought DePaul might pay Brian Bowen $200,000
“DePaul trying to pay Bowen 200 k to come there,” Pitino wrote in 2017 text message
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Kentucky lands commitment from four-star wing
Allen is Kentucky's second commitment in the Class of 2019.
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North Carolina to rename Smith Center floor after Roy Williams
On Thursday, the school announced that they will be renaming the floor at the Smith Center 'Roy Williams Court.'
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Maryland big man leaves school to turn pro
Schnider Herard, a Mississippi State transfer, never suited up for the Terps.
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D.J. Jeffries’ father clarifies comments after Kentucky decommitment
The father of four-star recruit D.J. Jeffries has clarified some remarks about his son decommitting from Kentucky.
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Vanderbilt’s Simi Shittu cleared for start of the season
Vanderbilt freshman Simi Shittu should be ready for the start of the 2018-19 season after a torn ACL suffered in January.
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Caleb Grill commits to South Dakota State over Power 5 offers
Six-foot-2 guard had offers from Nebraska and Texas Tech
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Missouri refutes claims of former player regarding Title IX violations
Terrence Phillips, who claimed to have been cleared of three of four Title IX violation claims made against him, was found to have committed two such violations.
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Important post-July recruiting storylines
The recruitments of James Wiseman and Cole Anthony are two key post-summer storylines.
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Elijah Clarance leaving Illinois State to turn pro
Clarance averaged 22.4 points per game for Sweden in this summer's FIBA U20 European Championships.
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D.J. Jeffries’ father on Kentucky: ‘They were kind of unprofessional’
Jeffries announced his decision to de-commit from Kentucky on Monday, and according to his father the UK coaching staff didn't take the news well.
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