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Mountain West to begin conference schedule in December
The Mountain West Conference will play an 18-game basketball schedule, starting in late December.
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Goodman talks Marshall's behavior at Wichita State
Jeff Goodman discusses his recent story regarding Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall's alleged abuse of former and current players.
John Thompson remembered as builder of young lives
Former President Barack Obama remembered John Thompson not so much as a basketball coach but as someone who reshaped lives.
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Rutgers guard McConnell (back) to take medical redshirt
Rutgers guard Caleb McConnell is going to take a medical redshirt for the basketball season.
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Louisville challenges NCAA over recruiting allegations
Louisville refutes NCAA allegations in the wake of a federal corruption scandal and requests that the highest-level violation be reclassified.
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Bubbles brewing with season on horizon
With the coronavirus pandemic already forcing changes for college basketball, a bubble may be brewing in Indianapolis.
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Maui Invitational moving to North Carolina during pandemic
The Maui Invitational is moving to the mainland during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Burton eligible at Texas Tech after 2 seasons at Wichita State
Junior guard Jamarius Burton has been granted a waiver from the NCAA that makes him eligible to play this season for Texas Tech after starting 52 games the past two seasons for Wichita State.
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NCAA season set to open day before Thanksgiving
The NCAA men's and women's basketball season will begin on Nov. 25, the day before Thanksgiving.
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UConn’s Tyrese Martin granted waiver to play this season
UConn swingman Tyrese Martin, who transferred from Rhode Island in April, has been granted a waiver that will allow him to play for the Huskies this season.
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John Calipari: 'We'll have a college season'
Kentucky head coach John Calipari expresses his confidence that a college basketball season will be happening, but he doesn't know what the NCAA Tournament will look like.
Vitale 'optimistic' NCAA will play in 2020
Dickie V discusses his book "The Lost Season" and what March Madness could have been, the ACC's proposal for all D1 schools to be in the tournament, and his thoughts on this season.
ACC coaches back idea of all D-I teams in 2021 NCAA tourney
ACC men's basketball coaches are pushing the idea of having next year's NCAA Tournament include all eligible teams in Division I.
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College basketball floats idea of bubbles for safe season
In this unprecedented landscape of sports in a pandemic world, one indisputable fact has emerged: bubbles work.
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‘Father of the Final Four’ Tom Jernestedt dies
Tom Jernstedt, a member of the Naismith Hall of Fame for his contributions to college basketball and the NCAA Tournament, died at 75.
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Aztecs extend Brian Dutcher’s contract
San Diego State basketball coach Brian Dutcher has signed a three-year contract extension through the 2025-26 season.
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Indiana halts all voluntary workouts
Indiana has halted all voluntary workouts indefinitely for its men's basketball, field hockey, men's soccer and wrestling teams after 14 participants tested positive for the coronavirus this week.
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Ewing hopes to carry on Thompson’s legacy
Georgetown coach Patrick Ewing says he will try to carry on the legacy of his former coach and lifelong mentor John Thompson, who died at 78.
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Pac-12 reaches agreement for rapid COVID-19 testing
The Pac-12 has reached an agreement with a diagnostic testing company to implement up to daily COVID-19 testing for all close-contact sports across the conference.
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Minnesota transfer Liam Robbins granted immediate eligibility
Minnesota transfer center Liam Robbins was granted immediate eligibility by the NCAA, the university announced.
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Son of former Syracuse hoops star Billy Owens joins Orange
Chaz Owens, the son of former Syracuse All-American Billy Owens, has joined the Orange, men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim announced.
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Arizona’s Akinjo immediately eligible after waiver
Arizona guard James Akinjo has been granted a waiver by the NCAA and will immediately be eligible after transferring from Georgetown.
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Tyler Harris can play hoops in 2020-21 for Iowa State
The NCAA has granted immediate eligibility to Iowa State guard Tyler Harris, who transferred from Memphis after last season.
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Patrick Ewing remembers 'second dad' John Thompson
Patrick Ewing pays tribute to John Thompson, his head coach at Georgetown, explaining what their relationship meant to him both on and off the court.
Boeheim: Thompson's legacy is bigger than life
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim joins Dan Patrick to reflect on the legacy of legendary Georgetown coach John Thompson, who died at 78.
Coaching legend John Thompson dies at 78
One of the most celebrated and polarizing figures in his sport, Thompson took over a moribund Georgetown program in the 1970s and molded it in his unique style into a perennial contender.
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Lute Olson, Hall of Fame coach, Arizona icon, dies at 85
Lute Olson, the Hall of Fame coach who turned Arizona into a college basketball powerhouse dies at 85.
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NCAA approves Nolley’s transfer from Virginia Tech to Memphis
The NCAA has approved guard Landers Nolley II's request for a transfer, allowing him to play this season at Memphis.
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NCAA probe of LSU’s Wade includes offers to 11 players
Will Wade is suspected of offering or providing "impermissible benefits" to 11 prospective recruits or people associated with them.
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Syracuse guard Alan Griffin cleared to play
Syracuse guard Alan Griffin has been granted a waiver of the transfer residence requirement by the NCAA and is immediately eligible to play for the Orange.
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NCAA looks to September for decision on basketball tipoff
The NCAA will likely decide in September whether to start the college basketball season on time or have a delay due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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NABC to give college hoops players voice with new coalition
The National Association of Basketball Coaches is creating a coalition of players to provide feedback on a variety of issues.
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John Petty Jr. returns to Alabama for senior season
Alabama guard John Petty Jr. is staying in school instead of entering the NBA draft.
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McKinley Wright IV returns to Colorado
McKinley Wright IV will be back for season No. 4 with the Colorado Buffaloes.
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Jared Butler returns to Baylor
Butler will be the most important player on the Baylor roster.
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Arizona State’s Martin to return for senior season
Martin averaged 19 points and four assists last season.
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Michigan State forward Xavier Tillman will remain in the 2020 NBA Draft
Tillman should be a first round pick.
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Luka Garza returns to Iowa to make a run at Player of the Year, Final Four
Luka Garza will be a favorite to win the Player of the Year award.
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2020 NBA Draft Early Entry Tracker
The names and movements you need to know for the 2020 NBA draft.
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Illinois’ Dosunmu to return for junior year
Illinois guard Ayo Dosunmu has withdrawn from the 2020 NBA Draft and will return for his junior season.
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Key NBA draft stay-or-go decisions
The end of the 2020 NBA Draft early entry decisions period is bearing down.
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Matt Mitchell to return to San Diego State
Mitchell will be a senior.
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Stanford’s Tyrell Terry to stay in the draft
Stanford freshman Tyrell Terry announced on Friday that he will be keeping his name in the 2020 NBA Draft. He is the first one-and-done for the Cardinal.
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As MaCio Teague returns, Baylor now awaits Jared Butler’s NBA draft decision
Regardless of Butler's decision, Baylor is one of the healthiest programs in America.
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Leading hoops scorer AJ Lawson returning to South Carolina
Lawson led the Gamecocks in scoring and rebounding.
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Former Illinois, New Mexico St coach Lou Henson dies at 88
Henson won 779 games in his career.
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Louisville receives extension to respond to NCAA allegations
The Cardinals are facing a heavy punishment.
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Three Missouri players withdraw from NBA draft
Cuonzo Martin should have a team that can compete in the SEC next season.
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2020 NBA Mock Draft 3.0: Is James Wiseman the No. 1 overall pick?
Our college basketball and NBA writers went through the whole draft, pick by pick.
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