• James Wiseman Withdraws Lawsuit, Waits For NCAA Ruling

    Real GM Basketball "James Wiseman has withdrawn his lawsuit against Memphis and the NCAA. Wiseman is now awaiting a resolution from the NCAA. " November 14

  • James Wiseman ineligibility could cost Memphis East High School state title

    ESPN "The Memphis East High School basketball team, which won a 2017-18 state championship with Penny Hardaway as its coach and James Wiseman as its star player, is in danger of being stripped of the title because Wiseman and another player were ineligible. Shelby County Chancery..." November 14

  • Adrian Griffin is helping his kids reach their Division I goals

    CBS Sports "Earlier this month, with a short and simple video shared via Twitter, Adrian Griffin Jr. became the first player from the Class of 2021 to publicly commit to Duke. Within the first 10 seconds of the clip, the 5-star wing said, "I want to thank, first and foremost, my..." November 13

  • NCAA grants Rasheem Dunn immediate eligibility to play for St. John's

    The Score "The NCAA granted a legislative relief waiver to Rasheem Dunn, making the redshirt junior guard immediately eligible for St. John's, the school announced Wednesday. "We're thrilled that the NCAA has made this decision and given a fine young man the..." November 13

  • Walter McCarty promised his Evansville team a party if they beat No. 1 Kentucky

    Larry Brown Sports "Walter McCarty may have to step up to deliver a party for his players. McCarty’s Evansville Purple Aces beat No. 1 Kentucky 67-64 at Rupp Arena on Tuesday night despite being 25-point underdogs entering the game. McCarty, who played for Kentucky for three seasons in the mid-90s..." November 13

  • 5-star guard Nimari Burnett picks Texas Tech

    247 Sports "Texas Tech landed one of the top recruits in the nation in Prolific Prep (Napa, CA) senior guard Nimari Burnett, who announced his commitment to Texas Tech on Tuesday. The 6-foot-3, 185-pound combo guard is rated as the No. 22 overall recruit in the nation and the No. 5 combo guard in the..." November 12

  • College basketball national title odds: Michigan State's odds get better, but Kentucky now betting favorite

    CBS Sports "There's a new betting favorite to win the 2020 NCAA Tournament in the eyes of Vegas oddsmakers. After just one full week of action on the court, Michigan State, the preseason No. 1 team in the sport that doubled as the preseason betting favorite, has been supplanted as the national..." November 12

  • Tulsa guard Bryce Thompson, No. 19 player in 2020 class, commits to KU basketball team

    Kansas City Star "Blue-chip basketball prospect Bryce Thompson, the most sought-after high school player in the state of Oklahoma since former OU Sooners guard Trae Young of Norman, announced he will play college basketball at Kansas. Thompson, a 6-foot-4 senior guard out of Tulsa’s Booker T...." November 12

  • Touching scenes as Michigan State honors Cassius Winston’s brother

    NBC Sports - College Basketball Talk "Cassius Winston suited up on Sunday night. He didn’t have to. He wasn’t expected to. After staying with the Winston family until 4 a.m. on Sunday morning, Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo let Cassius know that it was up to him. If he wanted to play, his teammates had his..." November 11

  • NCAA denies Alabama appeal on Jahvon Quinerly eligibility

    Yahoo! Sports "The NCAA has denied Alabama's appeal seeking immediate eligibility for Villanova transfer point guard Jahvon Quinerly. Crimson Tide coach Nate Oats and athletic director Greg Byrne announced the NCAA's Committee for Legislative Relief's decision on Monday. It came out..." November 11

  • Brother of Michigan State star Cassius Winston dies after being hit by train

    CBS Sports "The brother of Michigan State star Cassius Winston died in a train accident on Saturday night in Albion, Michigan. According to the Detroit Free Press, Zachary Winston was struck and killed by an Amtrak train. Zachary Winston is a college basketball player for Division III Albion along..." November 11

  • Seton Hall star Myles Powell out indefinitely with 'serious' ankle injury

    CBS Sports "Seton Hall guard Myles Powell will be sidelined indefinitely after suffering an ankle injury on Saturday in the Pirates' 74-57 win over Stony Brook. After the 12th-ranked Pirates victory, coach Kevin Willard said he isn't anticipating Powell back onto the court..." November 10

  • Celtics Enes Kanter slams NCAA for ‘stealing people’s dream’ amid James Wiseman issue

    Clutch Points "Basketball fans can always count on Enes Kanter to speak up on injustices that happen on and off the court. The opinionated Boston Celtics big man was quick to jump on the legal issues top prospect James Wiseman is facing. As expected, he fired off against the NCAA for..." November 10