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Breaking Down Just How Good Kentucky Basketball Can Be in 2014-15

Hype is a volatile element in college basketball. It can propel programs to success or pressure them into mediocrity. With the Kentucky Wildcats, it has become an inevitable component that comes with being a blue-blood program, and this...Show More Summary

Florida Basketball: Complete Roster, Season Preview for 2014-15 Gators

After a successful season led by senior stars, the Florida Gators are in the process of reloading for the 2014-15 season. Young players from last year's squad, a few transfers and incoming freshmen will help Billy Donovan's team compete with Kentucky in the SEC once again. Show More Summary

Skal Labissiere to Kentucky : Wildcats Land 5-Star Center Prospect

Few centers in the Class of 2015 were more coveted than Skal Labissiere. On Thursday night, the prep star made his decision on where he'll play in college. Labissiere announced that he'll join Kentucky, per Scout.com's Evan Daniels: ESPN's...Show More Summary

Matt Zignorski, Jesse Bunting, Joseph Chartouny Sign with Fordham

Fordham opens its 2014-15 season at home tomorrow night against the New York Institute of Technology. But three players who are still months away from arriving on campus made news Wednesday. Matt Zignorski, Jesse Bunting and Joseph Chartouny,...Show More Summary

Gonzaga Basketball: Complete Roster, Season Preview for 2014-15 Bulldogs

If I told you that Gonzaga could lose just one game this season, would you believe me? Probably not when you consider that the Bulldogs enter this season after a series of letdowns with a roster of players that have never been past the...Show More Summary

NCAA Suspends UConn Transfer Rodney Purvis for Playing Too Much Summer Basketball

By now, we all know that the NCAA loves to suspend its student-athletes for all kinds of head-scratching reasons. And with the season right on the verge of officially tipping off, […] The post NCAA Suspends UConn Transfer Rodney Purvis for Playing Too Much Summer Basketball appeared first on SLAMonline.

5-Star PF Harry Giles Is Silky Smooth in Ultimate Mixtape

Harry Giles, a 2016 5-star power forward, per 247Sports, is an above-the-rim force, but he also has the ability to knock down jumpers from anywhere on the court. Watch this mixtape as Giles displays his silky-smooth skills. Where will this top prospect end up playing his college ball? Read more College Basketball news on BleacherReport.com

Tevin Mack to VCU: Rams Land 4-Star SF Prospect

VCU landed one of the best small forwards in the high school basketball Class of 2015. On Thursday, forward Tevin Mack announced that he will be a Ram, according to ESPN's Reggie Rankin: The Dreher High School star is the 12th best small...Show More Summary

College Basketball's 10 Games to Watch for on Opening Night

November brings a time of cheer and joy to most people as the holiday season approaches. For college basketball fans, it also means the start of a new season. With over 100 games tipping off on Friday, here is a look at 10 of the most...Show More Summary

Ranking the Top Breakout Players in College Basketball in 2014-15

It's time to unveil this season's Deshaun Thomas breakout All-Stars. Thomas, as college basketball fans know, was a great scorer a few years back for Ohio State. But before he was putting up double-digit numbers, Thomas was an efficient...Show More Summary

Kentucky Basketball: Biggest Storylines to Watch for Wildcats in 2014-15

It's officially basketball eve in the Bluegrass State. Kentucky basketball opens up its 2014-15 season on Friday against Grand Canyon in what is one of the most anticipated seasons in Wildcats history. This year's Kentucky team is different...Show More Summary

ACC Basketball: Preview and Predictions for 2014-15 Season

The Atlantic Coast Conference is the gold standard of college basketball, not only because it's now the largest league in Division I but because it features the greatest collection of talented players and legendary coaches. And with the addition of Louisville to the fold—replacing longtime member Maryland—the ACC has one-upped itself. Show More Summary

UNC Basketball: Biggest Storylines to Watch for Tar Heels in 2014-15

North Carolina tips off the 2014-15 season this Friday against North Carolina Central. With a new season, there are always a number of pressing matters and storylines that develop. Even a team bringing back several starters has questions that must be answered. Show More Summary

Skal Labissiere Decision: Odds for Contenders to Land Top 2015 Recruit

Skal Labissiere, No. 7 on 247Sports.com's rankings for 2015 recruits, plans on announcing where he'll take his 6'10", 200-pound frame. And to think that as recently as July, here was a kid who gave a passing glance to skipping college altogether for a chance to play professionally overseas—against men—to fine-tune his game. Show More Summary

Coaches vs. Cancer Classic 2014: Teams, Schedule, Live Stream, Bracket, TV Info

Some of the best college basketball teams in the country will get early tests in the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic. Duke, Stanford, UNLV and Temple will each compete for a title at the Barclays Center on Nov. 21-22, but before that, they will go to battle with two games each on their own campuses. Show More Summary

Emerald Coast Classic 2014: Teams, Schedule, Live Stream, Bracket, TV Info

A number of teams have a chance to get their years started on a high note in what should be a competitive Emerald Coast Classic. Major-conference squads like Cincinnati, Ole Miss and Creighton highlight a field of eight teams all looking to turn heads in the early part of the season. Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball: Biggest Storylines to Watch for Orange in 2014-15

The exhibitions are over, and the Syracuse basketball teams will start playing games that count in a matter of days. The Orange will tip off the 2014-15 season Friday night when Kennesaw State come to town. This year's version of the Orange look much different than last year. Show More Summary

The Ultimate Shocker: How Ron Baker Went from Walk-On to NBA Prospect

WICHITA, Kan. — Four years ago, Ron Baker was driving through the plains of Kansas with his mother, going home to Scott City after a visit to Fort Hays State, a Division II program in the western part of the state. He listened to his mother as she talked it through. Show More Summary

College Basketball Rankings 2014-15: Bleacher Report's Preseason Top 25

On paper, the clear-cut No. 1 team in the nation this preseason is Kentucky. The Wildcats have 10 players who could all end up in the NBA someday, and we got a preview this summer during their trip to the Bahamas of what they look like against legitimate competition. But college basketball seasons rarely play out like we think they will. Show More Summary

Memphis Suffers 74-70 Exhibition Loss to Division II Christian Brothers

If Wednesday's exhibition was any indication, Memphis basketball is in for a very long year. In a game typically reserved for one team to work the kinks out against an inferior opponent, the Tigers lost at home to Division II school Christian Brothers, 74-70, on Wednesday night. The Commercial Appeal's L. Show More Summary

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