• UNLV transfer Donnie Tillman heading to New Mexico State

    The Score "UNLV transfer Donnie Tillman is headed to New Mexico State, he announced Monday on social media. The 6-foot-7 forward only spent one year in Las Vegas after transferring there in 2019 after two seasons at Utah. " May 26

  • Dayton lands USC transfer Elijah Weaver

    Dayton Daily News "The Dayton Flyers picked up their first new recruit since the end of their historic 29-2 season as University of Southern California transfer Elijah Weaver, a 6-foot-6 guard, announced his commitment Monday on Instagram. “After talking with my family and everybody, coaches, my..." May 26

  • ETSU star Bo Hodges transferring to Butler

    The Score "East Tennessee State star Bo Hodges is transferring to Butler, he announced Monday. The 6-foot-5 guard led the Buccaneers to a 30-4 record last season... " May 25

  • Patrick Ewing out of the hospital after being treated for coronavirus

    New York Post "Patrick Ewing is getting the upper hand in his fight against coronavirus. Three days after the Knicks legend announced he tested positive for COVID-19, his son Patrick Ewing Jr. said Monday the 57-year-old Georgetown coach is out of the hospital. “I want to thank..." May 25

  • Eddie Sutton: Legendary Oklahoma State coach waited out hall of fame, won that battle, too

    USA Today "You might think it an injustice that Eddie Sutton won't be able to go to his induction into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. Truth is, the injustice was done long ago. The hall of fame should've voted in the legendary coach soon after he retired in 2008...." May 24

  • Doug Gottlieb writes incredible tribute to the late Eddie Sutton

    MSN.com "Doug Gottlieb did his late coach justice with an incredible tribute. Gottlieb wrote a great post on Instagram Saturday to pay tribute to Eddie Sutton, who died at the age of 84. Gottlieb played for Sutton at Oklahoma State from 1997-2000, becoming the school’s..." May 24

  • Former Oklahoma State, Kentucky coach Eddie Sutton dies at 84

    ESPN "Legendary college basketball coach Eddie Sutton, who won more than 800 games and was the first coach to take four different schools to the NCAA men's basketball tournament, died Saturday of natural causes, his family said in a statement. He was 84. Sutton died at his home in South..." May 24

  • Davide Moretti likely leaving Texas Tech, going pro

    The Score "Davide Moretti is likely to forgo his senior season at Texas Tech and turn pro, sources told Stadium's Jeff Goodman. The report comes on the same day European agency BeoBasket announced that Moretti is one of its new clients. Moretti, a 6-foot-3..." May 24

  • Rick Pitino Already Blowing it at Iona After Latest Transfer News

    12 Up "Everyone has said some things they regret, and Iona basketball head coach Rick Pitino is no exception. Before even coaching a game, some his past comments have already pushed away one of the team's leading scorers. Pitino spent 16 years coaching..." May 23

  • Justin Smith's Transfer Opens Up Opportunities for Indiana

    The Big Lead "Indiana has announced senior-to-be Justin Smith has graduated and will transfer. Smith was the team's third-leading scorer last season, averaging 10.4 points and 5.2 rebounds per game. Despite his outstanding athleticism and defensive prowess, Smith was maddeningly inconsistent at times for..." May 23

  • Coaches, ADs cash in on academic success as schools brace for financial woes

    USA Today "Amid financial difficulties related to the coronavirus pandemic, there are some aspects of college sports business proceeding as usual. One involves the bonuses that some schools contractually owe coaches and athletics directors based on academic performance figures the NCAA announced this..." May 22

  • Nation’s No. 1 basketball recruit Jonathan Kuminga cuts list to five

    Kentucky Sports "The top high school basketball prospect in the class of 2021 has his eye on moving to 2020 and playing in college — or, perhaps, the pros — next season, and Kentucky is on his new list of finalists. Jonathan Kuminga — a highly versatile 6-foot-8 forward from..." May 22

  • Key Indiana forward Justin Smith leaving Hoosiers program as graduate transfer

    CBS Sports "Indiana will now be replacing two of its top three scorers after the program announced Friday that Justin Smith is leaving as a graduate transfer following his junior season. The 6-foot 7- forward averaged 10.4 points and 5.2 rebounds while starting all 32 games for the Hoosiers..." May 22

  • Memphis' Penny Hardaway calls recruiting impact of G League 'huge'

    ESPN "Memphis basketball coach Penny Hardaway, no stranger to the nuances and hurdles of the recruiting trail, says it will only get tougher with the entry of the G League. Hardaway, speaking to ESPN's The Jump in an interview aired Thursday, said it came as an unpleasant surprise when..." May 22

  • Kentucky Cheer Alums Defend Coaches Fired In Nudity Scandal, It's Unfair!

    TMZ "A group of 850 former Kentucky Wildcats cheerleaders are rallying behind the coaches fired over wild hazing allegations ... demanding they get their jobs back! As we previously reported, UK axed the cheer team's advisor, head coach and 3 assistants after investigation into a crazy..." May 21

  • Charles Barkley on voluntary workouts for NCAA football, basketball: 'I don't think it's safe'

    USA Today "The NCAA Division I Council ruled Wednesday that football, men's basketball and women's basketball athletes could return to campus for voluntary workouts starting June 1. Charles Barkley, member of the Basketball Hall of Fame and Turner broadcaster who is..." May 21

  • Jacob Gilyard, Abdul Ado, Fatts Russell Withdrawing From NBA Draft

    Hoops Rumors "Three early entrants have decided to pull their names out of the 2020 NBA draft poll and will return to school for one more year, according to reports from Jeff Goodman of Stadium and Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports. Richmond guard Jacob Gilyard told Goodman (Twitter link) that..." May 21

  • Georgetown transfer Mac McClung announces his top seven schools

    Yahoo! Sports "Georgetown Hoyas transfer Mac McClung has announced his top seven schools that he is considering to continue his basketball career.  McClung is deciding between Texas Tech, Auburn, Memphis, USC, BYU, Arkansas and Wake Forest. The sophomore combo..." May 21

  • NCAA approves resolution on one-time transfer eligibility to be adopted by January 2021

    The Spun "The NCAA announced on Wednesday night a decision on the one-time transfer exemption rule, via an official release. The one-time transfer exemption rule will not be in place for the 2020-21 college season, but it could be made official for 2021-22. The NCAA announced on..." May 21