• German forward Oscar Da Silva commits to Stanford

    Today's U "FanRag Sports’ Jon Rothstein reported on Wednesday that German forward Oscar Da Silva has decided to join the Stanford Cardinal for next season. Da Silva made an official visit to the campus in Palo Alto on October 14 and 15 and ultimately decided to join the Cardinal over rival Cal as well as a..." October 27

  • Maryland coach Mark Turgeon 'proud' of what he's done as he signs four-year extension

    Baltimore Sun "The fact that Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon only had three years remaining on his original eight-year contract didn’t appear to hurt him when he put together his 2016 recruiting class, including the three players he added after last season ended. Still, Turgeon can now go into..." October 27

  • John Calipari on similarity with Rick Pitino's book title: 'Don't care'

    ESPN "Not even the publishing world is safe from the effects of the heated Louisville Cardinals-Kentucky Wildcats rivalry. Kentucky's John Calipari recently said he refused to alter the title of his new book after his publisher, HarperCollins, told him it might generate controversy because it..." October 27

  • Jayson Tatum out two weeks with foot sprain

    Larry Brown Sports "Already down one star freshman with the beginning of the regular season looming, the Duke Blue Devils may now be without another as well. The team announced on Wednesday that top recruit Jayson Tatum will be out for two weeks after suffering a left foot sprain in practice on..." October 26

  • Top-10 prospect Carte'Are Gordon commits to Saint Louis

    ESPN "Carte'Are Gordon, a 6-foot-9, 255-pound power forward who is ranked No. 9 in the ESPN 60 for 2018, committed to Saint Louis on Wednesday. Gordon chose the Billikens over fellow finalists Kansas and Missouri, where he unofficially visited twice this fall. He is the highest-ranked 2018 prospect..." October 26

  • Ex-Hoosier Todd Jadlow: Didn't write book to tarnish Bob Knight

    ESPN "Former Indiana basketball player Todd Jadlow told ESPN he did not intend to demean Hall of Fame coach Bob Knight when he wrote in a recently released book about physical and emotional abuse his teammates endured under Knight in the late 1980s. The personal memoir "Jadlow: On The Rebound"..." October 26

  • Former Indiana Player Alleges Bobby Knight Punched Him In Head, Squeezed Players' Testicles

    Deadspin "Basketball coaches and books, man. Todd Jadlow, a former Indiana Hoosiers player on Bobby Knight’s 1987 championship team, co-authored an autobiography with Tom Brew titled Jadlow: On The Rebound, which was released Oct. 15. According to Bob Kravitz of WTHR, Jadlow’s book contains allegations..." October 25

  • Duke star freshman Jayson Tatum reportedly suffers foot injury at Pro Day

    CBS Sports "Duke freshman Jayson Tatum "went down with some type of foot injury" that "didn't look good" during Tuesday's Pro Day, according to ESPN analyst Seth Greenberg. Greenberg was in attendance and witnessed the injury. He offered no other details. Tatum is a 6-8 forward whom most project as a..." October 25

  • Miami Hurricanes basketball recruiting: Deng Gak commits to UM

    Palm Beach Post "The Hurricanes landed a significant commitment for 2017 when four-star forward/center Deng Gak pledged to Jim Larranaga‘s program. Gak, listed at 6-foot-11 and 200 pounds, chose Miami over Duke, Florida, Indiana and Kansas. He is rated No. 16 among centers by ESPN and the No. 93 player..." October 25

  • College basketball's transfer 'epidemic' has an easy solution: shut up about it

    Sporting News - NCAAB "Anytime the Knight Commission gathers to offer the pretense it is advancing the cause of college athletics, a running joke that’s endured for 27 years now, a little hooey is certain to be flying about the room. Courtesy of the Twitter feed of CBS Sports college sports writer Jon Solomon, we..." October 25

  • Coach K updates the injury status of star Duke freshman Harry Giles

    Fox Sports "The ACC’s basketball media day is Wednesday and one of the biggest stories will be the health of Duke star freshman Harry Giles. The 18-year-old power forward, who is being projected by some as the No. 1 pick in next year’s NBA Draft, underwent knee surgery earlier this month. It was the third..." October 25

  • Bingham big man Branden Carlson picks Runnin' Utes

    Salt Lake Tribune "Exum Elite coach Lynn Lloyd had heard a few good things about Branden Carlson before bringing him in to his AAU squad this spring, but he had to see it with his own eyes first. One of the first things the 6-foot-10 forward did: a reverse dunk from the baseline. "And then we said, ‘Well..." October 25

  • Saint Louis nabbed rugged power forward Hashan French

    Scout "Travis Ford has been working hard on the recruiting trail since the day he arrive at Saint Louis. One of the players that Ford and his staff keyed in on early was three-star power forward Hasahn French. Though slightly undersized, French is someone who has a tremendous motor and a lot of..." October 25

  • South Carolina freshman Rakym Felder arrested, jailed for assault

    The State "South Carolina men’s basketball freshman Rakym Felder was in jail Sunday night after being arrested and charged with multiple crimes. Felder was being held at Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center on six charges. He was booked for: ▪ Disorderly/public disorderly conduct ▪ Assault/simple..." October 24

  • Utah basketball receives commitment from Bingham big man Branden Carlson

    The Deseret News "From multiple perspectives, the University of Utah men's basketball program on Sunday night received a big commitment in Bingham High senior Branden Carlson. First, Carlson is rated by Scout.com as a four-star prospect and the 69th best player in the country for the class of 2017. Next, he is..." October 24

  • Auburn to honor Charles Barkley with statue

    Alabama "Charles Barkley will soon have a statue built in his honor outside Auburn Arena on the Plains. "It just means a great deal to me," Barkley said in a statement. "Being a kid from Alabama, going to Auburn. I think everybody knows what Auburn means to me. It's going to be pretty cool." The news..." October 23

  • 4-star center Jack Wilson commits to Oregon State

    Oregonian "Oregon State men's basketball coach Wayne Tinkle has landed at least one four-star pledge in each of his first three classes. Tres Tinkle, Stephen Thompson Jr. and Drew Eubanks kicked off the trend in the class of 2015, followed by Washington combo guard JaQuori McLaughlin in 2016 and Ethan..." October 23

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