• South Carolina parts ways with point guard Rakym Felder

    SEC Country "South Carolina is parting ways with reserve guard Rakym Felder, coach Frank Martin said in a statement Monday morning. The decision ends a rocky relationship that has spanned the last two years. Felder was suspended indefinitely from the program last summer after a couple incidents, including..." April 23

  • 'Don't put restrictions on kids': Calipari's one-and-done stance is dead on

    Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Of all the coaches to benefit from one-and-done, John Calipari figures to lose the most if the NBA abolishes the rule. And yet he wants just that. "Whatever the rules," he said, "we're going to be fine." Who thinks the University of Kentucky basketball is going to die any time soon,..." April 21

  • Memphis F Karim Sameh Azab Announces Leukemia Diagnosis

    Bleacher Report "University of Memphis forward Karim Sameh Azab announced Saturday he's started treatment after being diagnosed with leukemia lymphoma a few weeks ago. Azab confirmed the news in a Twitter post. " April 21

  • UM hoops team adds Florida Gulf Coast transfer Zach Johnson

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Already this week the Miami Hurricanes men’s basketball team has added a pair of transfers to flesh out their roster. Another — former Florida Gulf Coast guard Zach Johnson — joined the fold on Thursday evening. Johnson, who averaged 16.1 points per game last season and was the Eagles’..." April 20

  • De'Andre Hunter plans to return to Virginia for sophomore season

    ACC Sports "Who needs college basketball insiders? De’Andre Hunter decided to break the story himself; on his Twitter page, the ACC’s Sixth Man of the Year announced that he plans to return to Virginia for the 2018-19 season. Before missing Virginia’s NCAA Tournament loss to UMBC, due to a wrist injury,..." April 20

  • Braxton Key leaving Alabama program

    Alabama "Braxton Key is leaving the Alabama program. The former SEC All-Freshman team selection is transferring, the school announced Friday morning. After leading the Crimson Tide in scoring as a freshman in 2016-17, the 6-foot-8 forward missed the first 10 games of last season due to a knee injury..." April 20

  • UConn Men's Basketball Kevin Ollie Charges UConn With Violating His Right To Due Process

    Hartford Courant "Kevin Ollie’s contract dispute with UConn, not surprisingly, is getting messier. Ollie’s lawyers have sent UConn President Susan Herbst a letter accusing the school of violating his constitutional rights by firing him for “just cause” before giving him an opportunity to contest the decision...." April 19

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