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Kansas returns to No. 1 in latest USA TODAY Sports men's basketball poll

Jayhawks, who previously held spot for two weeks this season, move up after Gonzaga loss.        

UPDATED: 2017 Composite Team Basketball Recruiting Rankings

UPDATED: USA TODAY Sports' 2017 Composite Team Basketball Recruiting Rankings        

Pac-12 Power Rankings: Who Will Get the Fourth Bye?

With three weeks of league play left, both the the regular season title and the cherished final Pac-12 Tournament bye are still very much in play… UCLA Basketball is Cool in LA Again (USA Today Images) Arizona– The Wildcats are experiencing...Show More Summary

Gonzaga stays atop men's college basketball poll

Gonzaga will spend another week atop the USA TODAY Sports coaches poll.        

College Basketball Coaches Poll: Gonzaga remains No. 1

Gonzaga remained No. 1 in the USA Today Coaches Poll released on Monday afternoon. The Zags got 29 of a possible 32 first-place votes. Villanova, who was No. 2 in the poll, got the other three. Kansas, Baylor and UCLA rounded out the top five, while Arizona, Louisville, Oregon, North Carolina and Wisconsin were in […]

USA TODAY Sports bracketology: No. 3 seeds Duke, UCLA are title contenders

It was a grand night for two of college basketball's blue bloods on Thursday night.        

2017 Boys Hoops Player Recruiting rankings

USA TODAY Sports' 2017 Composite Boys Basketball Player Recruiting rankings        

ACC M5: 02.07.17 Edition

Syracuse Post Standard: Apparently (and unsurprisingly, really) Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski called Jim Boeheim to congratulate him on his 899th win (just kidding, he has 1,000 wins). But more important than his USA Basketball colleague was the reception that Boeheim received from Orange fans. Show More Summary

Gonzaga remains at No. 1 in the USA TODAY Sports men's basketball poll

Bulldogs are 24-0 after another winning week. Villanova, Kansas and Louisville come next.        

Gonzaga new No. 1 in men's college basketball poll

Gonzaga takes over the top spot in the latest USA TODAY Sports coaches poll        

Kansas stays at No. 1 in USA TODAY Sports coaches poll

The Jayhawks topped the men's basketball poll for the second consecutive week.        

Arizona's Allonzo Trier cleared to play after drug test comes back negative

It was revealed earlier in the week that the reason Arizona Wildcats sophomore guard Allonzo Trier hadn't played basketball yet this season was due to a suspension from the NCAA for PED usage.But that Trier was suspended for PED usage...Show More Summary

Baylor jumps to No.1 in USA TODAY Sports coaches poll

Baylor takes top spot for the first time since USA TODAY began administering the basketball coaches poll in 1991.        

Baylor is new No. 1 in the USA TODAY men's basketball poll

The 15-0 Bears top the rankings for the first time since USA TODAY took over the poll in 1991.        

USA TODAY Sports' preseason college basketball bracketology for 2016-17

It's November madness. Here's a ridiculously early look at the projected field of 68.        

KD: Paul George is 'my favorite player' in the NBA

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The two stars have played alongside each other with USA Basketball and at the Rio Olympics.        

David Chang Has Declared Houston ‘A Global Food Mecca’

With the best Vietnamese food in the USA It all started as a joke, says David Chang. After basketball player Jeremy Lin signed with the Houston Rockets, the NYC-based chef (jokingly) told the world that he was heading to Texas to open up his newest restaurant. Show More Summary

The top recruiting classes after early signing period

UPDATED: USA TODAY Sports' 2017 Composite Team Boys Basketball Recruiting Rankings        

USA Basketball Chairman Comments on Team After 2016 Presidential Election

Retired general and new chairman of USA Basketball Martin E. Dempsey stressed it "is not that important" that Team USA embraces President-elect Donald Trump while appearing on the Capital Games podcast Thursday (h/t Andy Katz of ESPN.com). "They are not representing President-elect Trump," he said. Show More Summary

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