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College Basketball Recruits in the Class of 2019 Already Making Waves

The class of 2019 is just finishing up its freshman year of high school, but there are already several players showing a lot of promise for the next level. Some of these players have already started for nationally ranked high schoolShow More Summary

Seahawks add former college basketball player George Fant

The Seahawks have a fondness for undrafted players as they had 24 of them on their 53-man roster at one point last season. They also showed a fondness for former college basketball players who decided to make the switch to football when they traded for tight end Jimmy Graham before the start of the 2015…

Ranking the Best College Basketball Players Sitting Out the 2016-17 Season

To refer to it as an "epidemic," as some in the college basketball world have called it, might be overdoing it. But with the continued prevalence of players who opt to switch schools—quite often more than once—during their career, it's...Show More Summary

Jaylen Fisher to TCU: Horned Frogs Land 4-Star PG Prospect

Jaylen Fisher, a 4-star point guard prospect out of Arlington, Tennessee, declared his intentions to play college basketball for TCU on Wednesday. Fisher took to Twitter to make the announcement: Reggie Rankin of ESPN first reportedShow More Summary

2016 NBA Draft: Breaking Down NBA Future of Oregon State's Gary Payton II

Gary Payton II has an NBA body and put up some of the most impressive all-around numbers in college basketball last season. After leading Oregon State in points, rebounds, assists and steals, the 23-year-old (6'3", 190 pounds; 6'6.5"...Show More Summary

Ex-NCAA Hoops Star -- Hit With Gun Charges ... For Loaded AK-47 At Strip Club

A former college basketball star -- who's currently in the NBA D-league -- has been charged with multiple gun charges for allegedly breaking out loaded weapons outside of a strip club. The man in the crosshairs is Keith Appling -- who played at…

Players Ken Pomeroy Is Going to Love in the 2016-17 College Basketball Season

Josh Hart finished the 2015-16 season ranked fifth in the KenPom.com Player of the Year (kPOY) standings, and that makes him the early favorite to top the list of players Ken Pomeroy's metrics will adore in this coming season. In attempting...Show More Summary

Sports Briefing | College Basketball: Wolverine to Transfer

Kameron Chatman has been granted his release from Michigan’s basketball program and plans to transfer.

The two U-Md. basketball players who started a viral dance craze show off their moves on ‘Ellen’

The two Terp basketball players who started a dance craze among pro and college athletes on Tuesday took their moves to talk show host Ellen DeGeneres’s show. University of Maryland players Jaylen Brantley and Jared Nickens sparked a social media phenomenon recently when they posted videos of themselves dancing to the 1990s hit “My Boo” by Ghost […]

Cazmon Hayes’ departure leaves Delaware with five scholarship players

You might think that new UNLV head coach Marvin Menzies has the toughest rebuilding job of anyone in college basketball this season, and you wouldn’t necessarily be wrong. He took over a program that had all of two players left on scholarship at the time, that was broke, that has so much in-fighting between the […]

2016 NBA Draft Prospects: Breaking Down Pro Future of LSU's Ben Simmons

No college basketball player entered the 2015-16 season with more hype than LSU's Ben Simmons. Under the microscope from Day 1, Simmons still put up unprecedented numbers to back up the potential that generated so much buzz during his...Show More Summary

What coaches can expect with new texting rule

Div. I college basketball coaches offer insights on their three years with the practice.        

Boys' basketball: Colin Pfaff is new coach at Windward

3 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

Windward has hired Colin Pfaff to be its new boys' basketball coach. He was an assistant at the University of Portland since 2012. He also had been head coach at West Valley Community College. Harvard-Westlake Coach David Rebibo met Pfaff while working as an assistant at San Francisco. "In all...

Oklahoma, Syracuse, Texas A&M Named Finalists For Colorado State Basketball Transfer John Gillon

John Gillion, a 13.2 points per game scorer for Colorado State, has elected to play his final college basketball season elsewhere, and he has narrowed his search down to three schools, all of whom made serious noise last season. Two—Oklahoma...Show More Summary

Basketball Coaches We Hope Never Leave the College Ranks

For basketball fans who prefer the college game to the NBA, it's bad enough that every year we have to say goodbye to a heap of stars as they move on to the next level. Watching some top college coaches depart for the pro game only adds...Show More Summary

Cowboys draft basketball player Rico Gathers

No college football experience? No problem for the Cowboys on Day 3 of the draft. In the sixth round, the Cowboys pulled the trigger on a high-risk, high-reward prospect: Rico Gathers of Baylor, who didn’t play college football but played on Baylor’s basketball team. The 6-foot-8, 275-pound Gathers wasn’t viewed as an NBA prospect, but…

Report: UNLV Transfer Ben Carter To Visit Michigan State Next Weekend

The college basketball transfer market really blew up this year, and one of the most effective forwards out there is looking to transfer to a few big time programs. Ben Carter, who began his career at Oregon and played last season at UNLV, is on the move again. Show More Summary

Class of 2018 College Basketball Recruits to Watch This Spring

The Class of 2018 is starting to come into focus as the current group of high school sophomores will be juniors by the time next fall begins. That means many of them are playing up with the Class of 2017 on the grassroots circuit and...Show More Summary

Dark Horse Player of the Year Candidates in Each Major CBB Conference in 2016-17

One of the few certainties in college basketball is that some teams and some players will demonstrate surprising improvement from the previous year. It is what makes college hoops appealing and unpredictable. Those unexpected accomplishments...Show More Summary

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