• Texas freshman Andrew Jones to test NBA draft waters

    247 Sports "Texas confirmed Wednesday evening that Andrew Jones will test the NBA draft waters and declare, however, he will not sign with an agent, leaving the possibility to come back to the Longhorns. "My family and I have decided that it is best for me to test the waters," Jones said in a statement...." March 30

  • Ed Morrow’s decision to transfer leaves Husker coach Tim Miles surprised, disappointed

    Omaha World-Herald "While home in Chicago last week for spring break, Nebraska basketball sophomore Ed Morrow told his parents — both former Husker athletes — that he had been thinking about transferring. On Monday, Morrow returned to his native Lincoln and met with NU head coach Tim Miles and assistant Kenya..." March 30

  • Louisville's Rick Pitino breaks own record for outside income

    USA Today "Adidas and the University of Louisville athletics program — especially men’s basketball coach Rick Pitino — mean a lot to each other. The shoe and apparel manufacturer paid Pitino $2.25 million of the more than $2.7 million he received in athletically related income that did not come from the..." March 29

  • Lonzo Ball says he isn’t worried about being targeted by NBA players

    Fox Sports "Just a few days after UCLA’s season came to an end against Kentucky in the NCAA tournament and star point guard Lonzo Ball declared for the 2017 NBA Draft, the Ball family visited Undisputed to talk about the Bruins’ loss, the pressure LaVar Ball has heaped upon his children, and whether LaVar..." March 29

  • Melo Trimble Declaring for NBA Draft, Signing with Agent

    247 Sports "Melo Trimble is leaving Maryland. The Terps' junior point guard has decided to forego his final year of college eligibility and declare for the NBA Draft, multiple sources confirmed to InsideMDSports. Unlike last year, when he tested the waters before withdrawing his name and returning to..." March 29

  • NCAA referee John Higgins receiving death threats from Kentucky fans

    ESPN "NCAA referee John Higgins met with law enforcement for more than two hours Tuesday after Kentucky fans sent death threats, repeatedly called his company's office and home -- despite an unlisted number -- and posted a barrage of false messages about his business on the company's Facebook page,..." March 29

  • New Mizzou recruit Michael Porter Jr. wants to play Terrence Phillips for No. 1 jersey

    Sporting News - NCAAB "Now that Michael Porter Jr. has made his commitment to play basketball at Missouri, the nation's No. 1 basketball player wants to wear No. 1 for the Tigers. There's just one problem: Porter's desired number is already worn by sophomore point guard Terrence Phillips, who has started every game..." March 28

  • Lonzo Ball Says He's a Better NBA Draft Prospect than Markelle Fultz

    Bleacher Report "Markelle Fultz and Lonzo Ball are both widely considered top talents in the 2017 NBA draft, with both likely to be top-three picks June 22. According to Ball, however, he's the better prospect between the two. "Markelle's a great player, but I feel I'm better than him," Ball told ESPN 710 LA on..." March 28

  • Harry Giles joins Jayson Tatum in declaring for NBA Draft

    The Duke Chronicle "Almost a week after losing swingman Jayson Tatum when he declared for the NBA Draft, the Blue Devils will now say good-bye to his close friend Harry Giles. Giles announced his decision to join Tatum in June's NBA Draft Tuesday afternoon. He is currently projected as a mid-to late first-round..." March 28

  • NC State’s Dennis Smith Jr. to enter NBA draft

    Durham Herald-Sun "Next stop, Dreamville. N.C. State guard Dennis Smith Jr. announced he will enter the NBA draft on Tuesday on ESPN’s “SportsCenter.” Smith called it his dream to play in the NBA. A projected top 10 pick, Smith led the ACC in assists (6.2 per game) in his lone college season. He was N.C...." March 28

  • Kansas' Frank Mason III is AP Player of the Year, unanimous All-America selection

    CBS Sports "In each of the last four years, there is been at least one unanimous All-America pick. This year, it’s Kansas guard Frank Mason III. Mason was the only unanimous selection to the 2016-17 Associated Press All-America team, released Tuesday. He was joined on the first team by Josh Hart..." March 28

  • UNC’s Joel Berry begins recovering from another ankle injury

    Raleigh News & Observer "This was Joel Berry, the North Carolina junior point guard, sitting in front of his locker on Sunday after the Tar Heels’ 75-73 victory against Kentucky – an epic win after an epic shot from Luke Maye, one that will live on. Berry sounded tired. He sounded exhausted. He sounded a little bit..." March 27

  • Christian Laettner praises Luke Maye, trolls Kentucky

    ESPN "Apparently even Duke and North Carolina's rivalry takes a backseat when there's a chance to send a dig at Kentucky. On Sunday night, former Duke All-American Christian Laettner congratulated North Carolina's Luke Maye, whose last-second jumper beat Kentucky to send the Tar Heels to the Final..." March 27

  • Can UNC, Gonzaga, South Carolina and Oregon salvage the Final Four nobody wanted?

    Fox Sports "Let's get it out of the way at the top. No need to sugarcoat. On first glance, and probably on second and third too, this is a dog Final Four. It's the ugly stepchild stealing the spotlight on college basketball's premiere weekend, a motley crew mostly filled with teams you either don't care about..." March 27

  • Celtics assistant Micah Shrewsberry will interview for UMass coaching job Monday

    Daily Hampshire Gazette "Boston Celtics assistant coach Micah Shrewsberry told the Boston Herald he will interview with UMass Monday for its vacant head coaching position. This will be Shrewsberry’s second interview. According to sources familiar with the process, Shrewsberry is one of a small group of candidates still..." March 27

  • Glen Miller asked to leave UConn by Ollie

    The Day "UConn announced Saturday night that Glen Miller, who invested 14 years of his coaching career into the men's basketball program, has left his position as associate head coach. It wasn't Miller's decision to move on. According to a well-informed source, head coach Kevin Ollie contacted Miller..." March 26

  • Miller's father says son turned down NC State due to trust issues

    Dayton Daily News "John Miller watched Friday night’s NCAA Tournament game between UCLA and Kentucky with a bit of bemusement. “I sorta had to laugh at the media yesterday on TV,” he said. “It was Alford this and that. They had Steve Alford all plugged in to where he’s going next.” It was being speculated that..." March 26

  • Former Louisville graduate assistant says 'no basis' for NCAA charges

    Sporting News - NCAAB "Former Louisville basketball graduate assistant Brandon Williams is fighting back against the NCAA. Documents obtained by the Louisville Courier-Journal and USA Today show that legal counsel for Williams say the NCAA has "no basis" for charging Williams with failure to cooperate with..." March 26

  • Lonzo Ball was owned by UK's Fox, and LaVar just couldn't keep his mouth shut

    CBS Sports "Kentucky point guard De’Aaron Fox got the better of Lonzo Ball , in a big way, on Friday night in the Sweet 16. Fox, who finished with 39 points on 13-of-20 shooting, more than proved his chops as one of the best prospects in the country primed to make a splash in the NBA. Meanwhile, Ball looked..." March 26

  • LaVar Ball on Steve Alford: He knows my boys; glad he's staying

    ESPN "LaVar Ball, who opted to stay back in California to tend to his ailing wife instead of going to Memphis to watch his son Lonzo play against Kentucky, told ESPN he is glad Steve Alford is remaining at UCLA to coach his younger sons. "I feel good about that," said LaVar, who was not able to make..." March 25

  • Archie Miller to be named new IU coach

    Indianapolis Star "IndyStar has confirmed that Dayton coach Archie Miller will be Indiana basketball's next head coach. The news was first reported Saturday by Yahoo!'s Adrian Wojnarowski, who reported Miller and IU are finalizing a seven-year contract. The 38-year-old Miller is considered one of the nation's..." March 25

  • Lonzo Ball's polarizing year at UCLA ends in Sweet 16, will he be No. 1 in the NBA draft?

    USA Today "The spotlight was undoubtedly shining on UCLA star point guard Lonzo Ball Friday night. In a game between two of college basketball's greatest bluebloods, with Lakers president Magic Johnson in attendance, and a trip to the Elite Eight on the line, the national freshman of the year was..." March 25

  • UCLA’s Steve Alford removes himself from consideration for the Indiana opening

    CBS Sports "UCLA coach Steve Alford publicly removed himself from consideration for the Indiana job early Saturday while insisting he won’t even talk to the school about its opening. “I am 100 percent absolutely not going to Indiana,” Alford told reporters after the Bruins lost to Kentucky in the Sweet 16..." March 25

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