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Kentucky Basketball: Wildcat Recruiting Watchers Need Patience for 2015 Class

Every Kentucky basketball fan is very proud — and justifiably so — of the fact that their Wildcats will be suiting up a record-tying nine former McDonald's All-Americans, as well as a 10th player who's an expected NBA draft lottery pick. Show More Summary

Ranking the 10 Dark Horses Most Likely to Crash the 2015 Final Four

With a little over a month left until the college basketball season, Odds Shark has listed Kentucky (4-1), Arizona (9-1), Wisconsin (10-1) and Duke (10-1) as the favorites to win the upcoming national championship. However, there may...Show More Summary

Kentucky Basketball: What to Make of John Calipari's Platoon Experiment

Who knew that John Calipari, coach of the Kentucky Wildcats, was such an altruist? He must have been reading Karl Marx on the beaches in the Bahamas. All kidding aside, Calipari is attempting to change the game of college basketballShow More Summary

Fly Together

With coach Kelly Graves at the helm, reclamation seems certain for Oregon WBB. The post Fly Together appeared first on SLAMonline.

Duke Basketball: 5 Blue Devils with the Most to Prove in 2014-15

As a team, the Duke Blue Devils have something to prove as they enter the 2014-15 season. A group that could have made a deep run in the NCAA tournament instead suffered an embarrassing loss in the round of 64 to Mercer, which sent one...Show More Summary

UNC Basketball: How Tar Heels' Playing Time Will Be Split Up in 2014-15

North Carolina's Roy Williams normally chooses to go at least eight or nine deep in his rotation. He should have no trouble pulling this off with the talent on this year's Tar Heel team. Five players return who logged double-figure minutes during 2013-14. Show More Summary

Michigan State Basketball: Matt McQuaid Keeps MSU's Recruiting Hot Streak Going

If even momentarily, Matt McQuaid ’s commitment to Michigan State’s 2015 class should quiet those doubting coach Tom Izzo’s finesse on the recruiting trail. While his recent hunts haven’t always been successful, Izzo has found ways to...Show More Summary

UNC Basketball: Most Important Games on Tar Heels' 2014-15 Schedule

North Carolina lost in heartbreaking fashion to Iowa State in the round of 32 in last season’s NCAA tournament, but there is reason to believe it could be one of the nation’s best teams in 2014-15. After all, Marcus Paige is a legitimate All-American candidate. Show More Summary

Ranking the Best Team Nicknames in College Basketball

Not every college basketball team can be winners on the court, but with the right nickname and mascot, they can be perennial champions in the world of sports trivia. With 351 schools participating at the Division I level, there are quite a few different nicknames out there. Show More Summary

Conference Realignment Moves We Wish Would Happen in College Basketball

There isn't any college basketball conference realignment scheduled for next summer, but there are a few moves we would like to see. We certainly aren't complaining about the lack of conference realignment on the horizon. To the contrary,...Show More Summary

Fordham Basketball: Television Deal a Slam Dunk for Program and School

Fordham University has reached an agreement with SportsNet New York, a regional sports network that is home to the New York Mets and Jets, to broadcast seven of the school's men's basketball games in 2014-15, it was announced on Monday. Fordham...Show More Summary

Ranking the Best Home-and-Home Matchups of the 2014-15 College Basketball Season

"Things will be different when we play at our place." It's a statement that, in various forms, college basketball players and coaches have said over the years after a tough loss on the road against a quality opponent. Knowing that there...Show More Summary

Duke Basketball: Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for Blue Devils in 2014-15

Here’s the good news for Duke basketball fans if we are talking about best- and worst-case scenarios—it really can’t get any worse than a loss to Mercer in the NCAA tournament. The humbled Blue Devils lost Jabari Parker and Rodney Hood, but they bounced back over the offseason with a loaded recruiting class. Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball: Revisting Trevor Cooney's High School Scouting Report

It seems like it has been quite some time since Trevor Cooney joined the Syracuse basketball team. Cooney is entering his redshirt junior season for the Orange and will be looked to as one of the leaders of this year's squad. CooneyShow More Summary

Why Wisconsin's Sam Dekker Will Be an NBA Draft Lottery Pick in 2015

Wisconsin's Sam Dekker has been on NBA scouts' radars since he arrived at Madison, but a mediocre sophomore campaign caused a drop in his draft stock. Now projected as the No. 16 pick by ESPN’s Chad Ford and the No. 23 pick by,...Show More Summary

Villanova Basketball: Biggest Ups and Downs from 2014 Offseason so Far

With the new season rapidly approaching, it is time to recap what exactly the Villanova Wildcats have been up to throughout the offseason. From new commitments to current players gaining new experience, this offseason has been an eventful one for Jay Wright's team. Show More Summary

2014-15 Schedule Preview - Towson Tigers

The season officially kicks off on Friday, November 14th when Alabama hosts the Towson Tigers as part of the CBE Hall of Fame Classic. Alabama will play two games in Tuscaloosa as part of the event before traveling to Kansas City for...Show More Summary

College Basketball Teams Best Set Up for Consistent Success Ahead of 2014-15

Is it too early to start thinking about the 2019 NCAA men's basketball tournament? Yeah, probably. But what would you do if you received this unique offer? Pick 20 teams who you think will make the NCAA tournament in each of the next five seasons. Show More Summary

Ohio State Basketball: What to Expect from Transfer Anthony Lee

The Ohio State basketball program may actually have some interior depth during the 2014-15 season, thanks largely to the addition of Anthony Lee. The 6'9" Lee decided to transfer to the Buckeyes from Temple after considering the likes of Indiana, Louisville and Notre Dame along the way. Show More Summary

Michigan Basketball: Ranking the Wolverines' 5 Most Interesting Games in 2014-15

It's football season, but if you're a Michigan fan, you can't wait for coach John Beilein's Wolverines to take the court at the Crisler Center this winter. Coming off an impressive run to the Elite Eight, Michigan returns a cast of heavy...Show More Summary

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