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What’s the most scandalous nugget from Sen. Claire McCaskill’s new memoir?

Sen. Claire McCaskill is known for social media frankness on everything from college basketball to her own weight. So we can’t help but feel just a little let down by her new memoir “Plenty Ladylike.” There’s plenty of rehashing of the door-knocking and strategy sessions that campaigns are made of. But … there’s very little […]

John Calipari hung with former Kentucky star Bud Dupree at Steelers camp

Life is good if you are John Calipari. You practically rule the state of Kentucky and college basketball. Year after year, you compete for national championships and on top of that you get to attend the opening week of NFL training camps. Coach...Show More Summary

Memphis Transfer Austin Nichols Commits To Virginia

The top remaining player on college basketball’s transfer market is heading to Virginia. Former Memphis forward Austin Nichols, who averaged 13.3 points, 6.1 rebounds and 3.4 blocks per game for The post Memphis Transfer Austin Nichols Commits To Virginia appeared first on SLAMonline.

Kentucky Basketball: Burning Questions About Wildcats' 2016 Recruiting Plans

With the college basketball season still months away, the majority of the talk right now is on the 2016 class recruiting trail. This is especially true at Kentucky, where basketball is year-round and fans always want to know who is coming...Show More Summary

Predicting the 2015-16 Pac-12 College Basketball Standings

Arizona's men's basketball team has won three of the past five regular-season Pac -12 championships, and the Wildcats are in the driver's seat to make it four out of six in 2015-16, despite losing all four of their leading scorers from last season. The competition will be fierce, though. California should be one of the best teams in the country. Show More Summary

UNC Basketball: Biggest Lessons from Tar Heels' 2015 Offseason so Far

College basketball season is still more than three months away, but this has already been quite an eventful offseason for North Carolina. Since losing to Wisconsin in the Sweet 16, Tar Heels fans have only been focused on the future....Show More Summary

This JZ might end up with some “Dead Presidents”: CHD interviews former LMU player Jon Ziri about the EA video game settlement

On July 16th US District Judge Claudia Wilken approved a $60 million settlement for college football and basketball players regarding a class-action lawsuit that was filed against the NCAA and video game maker Electronic Arts.  The plaintiffs...Show More Summary

Video: Jamal Murray was crazy good at Pan-Am Games

Team Canada advanced to the gold medal game in basketball at the Pan-Am Games last week. You could probably put most of the praise on incoming Kentucky Wildcats freshman Jamal Murray. College Basketball Talk shared Murray’s highlight reel from the semifinals match-up against Team USA. Show More Summary

Ranking the Top Junior-College Transfers to Watch in the 2015-16 CBB Season

The influx of talent that comes into college basketball each year isn't just from the high school ranks. Quite often some of the biggest breakout stars emerge in Division I after spending time at the junior-college level, where theyShow More Summary

Austin Nichols to transfer from Memphis to Virginia, per report

He'll have two years of eligibility remaining. College basketball's most contentious transfer request finally has a resolution. Austin Nichols, a 6'9 junior forward who left Memphis earlier this month, is transferring to Virginia, according...Show More Summary

The best AAU performance of the summer had Jabari Parker going crazy

Zach Norvell dropped 53 points on 14 three-pointers Saturday night in Las Vegas. The entirety of the college basketball world descended on Las Vegas this weekend for the final days of the July evaluation period. For college coaches,Show More Summary

Sports Briefing | College Basketball: Southern Miss Allegations

The N.C.A.A. has outlined serious rules violations at Southern Mississippi, finding multiple infractions by the men’s basketball program during the tenure of the former coach Donnie Tyndall.

Illinois guard to miss summer trip with stress fracture

Illinois four-star freshman guard Jalen Coleman-Lands has a stress fracture in his leg and will miss the team’s summer trip to Europe in August. Raphielle Johnson of NBC Sports’ College Basketball Talk reported the injury. Fighting Illini...Show More Summary

Ranking the Most Talented Rosters in College Basketball History

No men's college basketball team will ever be as talented as the 1968-69 UCLA Bruins, but it took quite the journey through the history books to figure out the other 19 talent-loaded rosters that belong on this list behind Lew Alcindor...Show More Summary

5-Star Small Forward Miles Bridges Was Interrupted By Kentucky Head Coach John Calipari While On A Date

Being a five-star basketball recruit has its perks—the superhuman athleticism, free trip to college, and the likelihood of an NBA future—but privacy isn’t one of them. Miles Bridges, a five-star small forward from Huntington Prep, shared a funny anecdote with MLive about what it is like to try to be an average teenager while also being a top recruit. Show More Summary

Kentucky Basketball: Mismatches Wildcats Are Dreading in 2015-16

Just like every season of basketball at the University of Kentucky, the Wildcats will face a grueling schedule in an attempt to turn themselves into the best team in college basketball by the time the NCAA Men's Basketball tournament...Show More Summary

John Calipari's Son Brad Looking to Forge Own Basketball Identity

ATLANTA — As the son of Kentucky head coach John Calipari, one of the most famous basketball coaches in America, Class of 2016 guard Brad Calipari is spending July trying to make a name for himself as a potential college basketball player. "I want to play collegiately and then overseas," Calipari said. Show More Summary

Predicting where college basketball's top 10 uncommitted recruits will play

Many of the top players in the class of 2016 are still uncommitted. Where will they end up? We take our best guess. The final week of July evaluation period is wrapping up this weekend in Las Vegas, with top prospects getting their last chance to impress college coaches on the grassroots circuit this summer. Show More Summary

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