1. Report: Donovan Mitchell Will Take Official Visit to Indiana

    Class of 2015 Brewster Academy (N.H.) guard Donovan Mitchell, who received a scholarship offer from Indiana in early June, will take an official visit to Bloomington this fall, according to NBCSports...

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  2. Video: Derryck Thornton and Tyus Battle at Reebok Breakout Classic

    Derryck Thornton and Tyus Battle were two of the top performers at the Reebok Breakout Classic last week and Michigan head coach John Beilein was in attendance playing close attention to the guard duo...

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  3. Michigan State Basketball: What Are Spartans' Chances to Land Caleb Swanigan?

    Right now, it's easy to assume that Caleb Swanigan is Michigan State's for the taking. On most fronts, everyone but the Spartans are considered filler suitors when it comes to courting the 6'8", 265-pound power forward/center out of Ft...

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  4. Report: Minnesota Lands 4-Star PG Kevin Dorsey

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  5. Michigan Basketball: Wolverines' 5-Best Single-Game Performances in Past Decade

    The Michigan basketball program has enjoyed quite a run in the last decade, and along the way it has seen some of its players (Trey Burke, Manny Harris, etc.) explode for some breathtaking single-game performances...

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  6. Illinois Basketball: Toughest Individual Player Matchups for Projected Starters

    With the college basketball season tipping off in just four short months, it is never too early to look ahead at your team's opponents for the upcoming year. The Big Ten will be as deep as ever in 2014-15...

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  7. Wisconsin's Sam Dekker Rising to New Heights at LeBron James Skills Academy

    LAS VEGAS — Sam Dekker said he returned to Wisconsin for his junior year to get better. He never realized he’d get bigger, too. Dekker was listed at 6’7” during his first two seasons with the Badgers...

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  8. Ohio State 2014-15 Basketball Uniform Numbers Revealed

    Per Buckeye Sports Bulletin's Ben Axelrod, here are the uniform numbers for the inbound newcomers joining Thad Matta's 11th Ohio State men's basketball team...

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  9. Looking Back at Matta's First Decade as Ohio State's Head Coach

    Ten years ago this week, The Ohio State University did a pretty smart thing by hiring Thad Matta to coach the men's basketball team.....

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  10. Brevin Pritzl Flashes All-Around Game in AAU Tournament

    Mequon – Wednesday provided my first opportunity to watch De Pere guard Brevin Pritzl, who has given Wisconsin an oral commitment for the 2015-'16 class. .....

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  11. Can Mitch McGary and Josh Huestis Play Big Roles for OKC Thunder This Season?

    Five guys who are 6'9" or taller make up a lot of man, and the Oklahoma City Thunder have to deal with that whole crowd in their frontcourt...

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  12. One-Time U-M Basketball Captain Pleads No Contest in Drugs for Sex Case

    Former University of Michigan basketball captain Leslie Rockymore was sentenced to a year on probation and $495 in fines and court costs after pleading no contest today to a reduced ...

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  13. Register for Little Hoosiers Basketball Academy

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - There is still time for kids in grades K-3 to sign up for a variety of different sessions of the Little Hoosiers Basketball Academy that takes place in Cook Hall and Assembly Hall later in July...

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  14. Cody Zeller, Noah Vonleh May Compete for Charlotte Hornets Spot

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Charlotte Hornets are turning to a pair of young, inexperienced power forwards after losing Josh McRoberts in free agency...

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  15. Wisconsin Basketball: It's Now or Never for Badgers to End B1G Drought

    Fourteen painful seasons have passed since the Big Ten last secured a national championship. Widely renowned as one of the top conferences in the country, the ongoing drought is puzzling after considering what constitutes traditional champions...

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  16. Michigan Basketball Recruiting: Breaking Down the Top Remaining 2015 Targets

    Michigan coach John Beilein just put the finishing touches on his 2014 class, which means he now has plenty of time to shift his focus to the yet-to-be-assembled 2015 haul...

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  17. Michigan State Basketball Recruiting: Prioritizing Spartans' Top 2015 Targets

    Michigan State has already secured two verbal commitments from the 2015 class in Deyonta Davis and Kyle Ahrens . However, due to the acquisitions of a couple of talented transfers, it retains only one additional offer to present to the class...

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  18. Smith Suffers Torn ACL

    Lincoln – University of Nebraska men's basketball coach Tim Miles announced Tuesday afternoon that senior forward Leslee Smith has suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his left knee...

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  19. How Much Does Peter Jurkin Transferring Hurt Indiana

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  20. Izzo: Social Media 'Screws Up Your Thoughts' on a Recruit

    Tom Izzo is an unabashed critic of social media and its effects on players, coaches and fans. While on 97.1 The Ticket in Detroit, Izzo was asked the biggest change in recruiting in the past decade...

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  21. Chris Collins Is Optimistic About the Future of Northwesternbasketball

    EVANSTON, IL — Northwestern finished 14-19 last season in head coach Chris Collins' first season at the helm, but you would never tell the Wildcats had a losing record by the way Collins is brimming with enthusiasm over his program...

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  22. Could Matt Painter Use Zone Defenses at Purdue Thisseason?

    Purdue head coach Matt Painter has always been an advocate of man-to-man defensive principles. As a disciple of former Boliermaker head coach Gene Keady, that was only natural...

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  23. Ohio State Basketball: What New Recruit Daniel Giddens Brings to Buckeyes

    Urban Meyer isn’t the only elite recruiter working his magic on the banks of the Olentangy River in Columbus...

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  24. Michigan Basketball Recruiting: Prioritizing Wolverines' Top 2015 Targets

    Heading into the summer evaluation period, the Michigan Basketball program will have its eyes on a couple of key recruits (Jalen Coleman, Jalen Brunson and Prince Ali immediately come to mind) who could make the 2015 recruiting class a huge success...

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  25. Ryan Burton Talks IU Walk-on Opportunity

    Ryan Burton, a 6-foot-8 forward from Bedford, spent his first two seasons of college basketball at Bellarmine University, a Division II power in Louisville (Ky.) before deciding to transfer to Indiana to focus on academics...

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