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Indiana eager to get to work with tough schedule ahead

The new rule in college basketball allowing teams to begin practice two weeks earlier is one that is being embraced by Indiana coach Tom Crean.

West Virginia lands power forward Sagaba Konate

Konate will be the fifth member of his family to play college basketball when he arrives on the WVU campus next year.

Utah unveils $36 million basketball practice facility

Utah unveiled a $36 million basketball practice facility Thursday with dramatic upgrades from what players and coaches were accustomed to inside the university's 46-year-old arena.

Report: Former Alabama signee has qualifying SAT score

Rivals ranked Eubanks among the top 100 prospects in the Class of 2015.

Young Washington roster ready for challenges ahead

Young, overhauled Washington roster ready for challenges that lie ahead        

Predicting the 1st Loss of the 2015-16 Season for Top College Basketball Teams

Wichita State and Kentucky flirted with perfection over the past two years, and they just might be the last two teams to suffer a loss during the 2015-16 men's college basketball season. Though we've had some close calls lately, it has been four decades since the last time a team went undefeated all the way through the NCAA tournament. Show More Summary

Ray Salnave to Monmouth

4 days agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

By JOSH NEWMAN NEW YORK — The high level of recruiting success Monmouth University has enjoyed over the last 18 months has helped put the Hawks’ long-term health in a good place. On Thursday, head coach King Rice and his staff added another significant piece to Monmouth’s future. Ray Salnave, a 6-foot-2 guard out of […]

SMU’s Keith Frazier didn’t know secretary did his work

The Southern Methodist Mustangs men’s basketball program was hit with NCAA sanctions earlier this week, primarily due to academic misconduct surrounding guard Keith Frazier in that a team secretary did his coursework for him. However,...Show More Summary

Three-star forward commits to Nebraska

Horne joins Isaiah Roby in Nebraska's 2016 recruiting class to date.

NC State's Rowan arrives to help depleted Wolfpack roster

Late addition Maverick Rowan arrives to bolster Wolfpack roster after offseason defections        

Notebook: John Beilein praises Aubrey Dawkins; LeVert, Walton 100% healthy

John Beilein was interviewed on The Huge Show this afternoon and discussed a myriad of topics with fall basketball practices set to begin on Friday. Beilein sounded ready for the season and excited to start working with his returning group for more than two hours a week. Show More Summary

Kansas still awaiting clearance for touted freshman Diallo

Jayhawks poised for start of practice while awaiting word from NCAA on Diallo eligibility        

Larry Brown's ultimate punishment

In the end, Larry Brown just couldn't help himself. As has been the pattern his entire career, the Hall of Fame coach and legendary vagabond has once again gotten his program on the wrong side of the law. An academic assistant did the...Show More Summary

VIDEO: Trailer for Kentucky’s 2014-15 season documentary

The last time a college basketball team managed to win a national title without a single loss was way back in 1976, when Bob Knight’s Indiana Hoosiers made the run with players such as Kent Benson, Quinn Buckner and Scott May leading the way. Last season John Calipari’s Kentucky Wildcats fell two wins short of […]

Indiana eager to get to work with tough schedule ahead

Indiana coach Tom Crean embraces new rule allowing practice 2 weeks early; earl schedule tough        

Utah unveils $36 million basketball practice facility

Utah unveils $36 million basketball practice facility; Utes start workouts Friday        

The 4 Quarters Podcast: Dan Hurley, Mike DeCourcy, Dave Boff, and Recruiting

4 days agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Adam Zagoria and Josh Newman are back with an all-new episode of The 4 Quarters Podcast, covering college hoops, recruiting, and the NBA for First up, Rhode Island coach Dan Hurley calls in to talk about recruiting and his program taking the next step. Then, Mike DeCourcy from the Sporting News checks in to […]

WATCH: Kentucky freshman Charles Matthews' insane vertical

Freshman college basketball players showing off their vertical leaps on social media is a popular trend these days. The latest newcomer to display his hops is Kentucky shooting guard Charles Matthews. Matthews’ teammate Tyler Ulis posted a video of the 6-foot-4 freshman being a high-riser. Show More Summary

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