• No. 1 recruit James Wiseman joining Penny Hardaway at Memphis

    ESPN "James Wiseman, the No. 1-ranked prospect in the 2019 class, committed to Memphis over Kentucky on Tuesday. Wiseman announced his decision on SportsCenter, bringing out a unicorn wearing the Memphis logo. He has been referred to as a "unicorn," like other players with his..." November 20

  • John Calipari says he's 'overrated as a recruiter' after whiffing on top prospect James Wiseman

    USA Today "Kentucky coach John Calipari didn't land one of the nation's top recruits Tuesday.  James Wiseman, the No. 2 overall prospect of the 2019 class, committed to Memphis. He's the highest-ranked commitment in Memphis history. Shortly after Wiseman announced his..." November 20

  • Five-star Anthony Edwards reclassifies to 2019, could challenge for No. 1 ranking

    CBS Sports "On the same day that 2019 No. 1 recruit James Wiseman made his college commitment to Memphis, the No. 3 player in 2020 announced he'll join him in next year's college freshman class. Anthony Edwards, a five-star guard considered one of the top talents in the 2020..." November 20

  • St. John’s solves point-guard problem with first of 2019 recruits

    New York Post "St. John’s had a gaping hole at point guard. Cameron Mack loved the idea of playing college basketball in New York City and calling Madison Square Garden home. The fit made perfect sense for both parties, and it came to fruition Monday morning. The highly regarded..." November 20

  • Brian Bowen II files racketeering lawsuit against Adidas

    ESPN "Brian Bowen II, the former five-star prospect at the center of an FBI investigation into college basketball corruption, filed a federal racketeering lawsuit against Adidas on Monday. The lawsuit alleges Adidas and its associates engaged in bribery, fraud and money laundering at the..." November 19

  • Memphis basketball player Karim Sameh Azab dies after eight-month battle with leukemia

    Washington Post "Memphis basketball player Karim Sameh Azab died Thursday, eight months after he was diagnosed with leukemia, the university announced. He was 22. Azab complained to team personnel of shoulder pain ahead of the American Athletic Conference tournament in Orlando last spring. He told..." November 17

  • ESPN is continuing with remote college basketball broadcasts this year for more than 200 games

    Awful Announcing "Announcers broadcasting games remotely from the studio isn’t exactly a new concept in sports television. Especially for international events, networks have chosen to keep announcers local instead of spending lots of money to send entire broadcasting crews to far off places. We’ve..." November 16

  • Syracuse doesn’t know how to spell Boeheim

    New York Post "Syracuse would like to buy a vowel — specifically, that first “e” in “Boeheim.” As if the No. 15 ranked Orange’s 83-76 loss to UConn on Thursday night at Madison Square Garden weren’t bad enough, the last name of Buddy Boeheim..." November 16