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LeBron James Skills Academy 2014: Top Recruits, Participants, Schedule and More

As the NBA world awaits LeBron James' decision about where he'll play basketball next, some of the best and brightest college and high school stars will get what every reporter would sell their first born for: a few moments of conversation with the King. The four-time NBA MVP will host the LeBron James Skills Academy beginning Tuesday in Las Vegas. Show More Summary

ESPN Analyst Jay Williams Is a 'Belieber'

ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Williams spent some time with singer Justin Bieber on Monday evening. It's unclear what the two were doing together, but whatever it was, the pop star certainly left an impression on the Duke legend. This isn't the first time these two hung out. Show More Summary

King's Court: Isaiah Austin Looks for New Beginning After NBA Draft Heartbreak

A day after learning of a medical condition that would force the end of his career, former Baylor center Isaiah Austin found himself in the living room of Deion Sanders. The NFL Hall of Famer had heard about Austin’s situation that morning...Show More Summary

King's Court: Bruce Pearl's Improved Auburn Squad and More CBB Teams on the Rise

A few weeks before he was hired at Auburn, I had a 30-minute phone conversation with Bruce Pearl about his desire to return to coaching. “It’s going to have to be the right fit,” Pearl told me in early March, “but, at 53, I fully recognize...Show More Summary

2014 NBA Draft Prospect Aquille Carr Finds Marcus Lewis for Nasty Alley-Oop

There was no stopping 2014 college dunk contest winner Marcus Lewis on this play. On a fast break, 5'6'' point guard—and NBA draft hopeful— Aquille Carr finds Lewis for an alley-oop in transition. Lewis threw down over his opponent, and both players crashed to the floor. [ YouTube, h/t SportsCenter] Read more College Basketball news on

Meet Kyle Ahrens: Michigan State's Second 2015 Commit

Michigan State solidified its second verbal commitment from the 2015 class on Thursday night, when three-star guard Kyle Ahrens indicated he will be joining the Spartans after his final high school season. But don’t let his star level mislead you. Show More Summary

King's Court: Who Should Be the Next Coach at the Biggest CBB Programs?

The scenario is inevitable. One day Mike Krzyzewski will retire from Duke, Jim Boeheim will coach his last game at Syracuse and Rick Pitino will move on from Louisville. Bill Self still has a long career ahead of him, but will it all take place at Kansas? The same question could be asked about Florida’s Billy Donovan. Show More Summary

King's Court: Memphis' Geron Johnson and Other 2014 NBA Draft Sleepers to Watch

News, notes and thoughts from the college basketball world. And a few other things, too. 1. I spent Tuesday afternoon in Houston watching former NBA head coach John Lucas work out players at “The Lab,” which is Lucas’ name for the gym...Show More Summary

King's Court: Why Joel Embiid Should Be the No. 1 Pick in the 2014 NBA Draft

News, notes and thoughts from the college basketball world. And a few other things too. 1. Within an hour of Tuesday’s NBA Draft Lottery, pro basketball experts across the country began posting updated versions of their mock drafts. The majority of them predicted Cleveland would select Kansas’ Andrew Wiggins with the No. Show More Summary

King's Court: The Best 2015 CBB Recruit You've Never Heard of and Much More

Odds and ends from the college basketball world—and other stuff, too: 1. One of the biggest recruiting battles taking place this spring is hardly receiving any attention. Kansas and Virginia are considered the leaders for SviatoslavShow More Summary

Indiana Basketball: Meet Jeremiah April, the Hoosiers' Newest Recruit

Over the weekend, Indiana's basketball program added a fourth player to its 2014 recruiting class. Joining Robert Johnson, James Blackmon Jr. and Max Hoetzel is center Jeremiah April. The 7-footer from Westwind Prep Academy in Phoenix chose Indiana over Arizona State, Marquette and Washington State. Show More Summary

Former Syracuse Walk-On Nick Resavy Drains Trick Shot over House

Current Syracuse basketball graduate assistant and former walk-on Nick Resavy generated a bit of buzz back in 2010 after releasing a trick-shot video, and he's back again with another impressive shot. Watch the Instagram video above as Resavy somehow drains the long-range shot over a house. Show More Summary

Syracuse Basketball: How Syracuse Will Replace Departed Stars in 2014-15

The 2014-15 Syracuse basketball team had the potential to be dangerous. An inside-out combo of Jerami Grant and Tyler Ennis flanked by Trevor Cooney and a three-headed monster at center in Rakeem Christmas, DaJuan Coleman and Chinonso...Show More Summary

Miami Linebacker Denzel Perryman Lays Huge Hit During Spring Game

Denzel Perryman's hit on running back Gus Edwards fired up his Miami teammates, and it's easy to see why. The 6'1", 240-pound linebacker smashed Edwards to the ground during the Hurricanes spring game. Of course, the Miami coaches would probably prefer their players to not lay out their teammates like that during spring ball. Show More Summary

Should Jabari Parker Stay at Duke for His Sophomore Season?

The Duke Blue Devils finished the 2013-14 season in disappointing fashion with a first-round exit from the NCAA tournament. Freshman forward Jabari Parker is now on the verge of selecting where he will play basketball next season. Will...Show More Summary

6-Year-Old Can Recall Every Outcome from the 2014 NCAA Tournament

Many college basketball fans have a hard enough time remembering which teams played each other in any given round of March Madness. This six-year-old boy is no ordinary fan. Parker, the boy in the video, was able to memorize the result of every game in the 2014 NCAA tournament. Show More Summary

4-Year-Old Kentucky Fan Is Devastated After NCAA Championship Loss

Kentucky fans around the country were no doubt devastated after their loss to UConn in the 2014 NCAA national championship, but this four-year-old fan was allowed to act how many adults weren't. According to, the boy's...Show More Summary

'March Sadness' Video Captures Most Heartbreaking Moments of NCAA Tournament

College basketball fans look forward to watching the "One Shining Moment" video that wraps up each NCAA tournament. This year, someone has decided to create a video that is about the exact opposite of the traditional video. This year's NCAA tournament featured many heartbreaking moments because there were so many tight games. Show More Summary

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