1. Stewart a Huge Plus in Wolf Pack Recruiting Battles

    If you see a 6-foot-6, middle-aged man pacing around the bottom floor of Legacy Hall on Nevada's campus with a phone glued to his ear, chances are you're looking at Doug Stewart...

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  2. Catching Up with Wolf Pack Alum Armon Johnson

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  3. Walk-on PG Joins Pack Basketball Team

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  4. USA Defeats Greece in FIBA U-19 Semifinals

    Jalen Brunson may have cemented his status as player of the tournament with a 30-point, four-assist effort to help USA eliminate Greece, 82-76, in the semifinals of the U-19 FIBA World Championships on Saturday...

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  5. Mangok Mathiang Posts Double-Double in World University Games Opener

    With Montrezl Harrell moving on to the NBA, Louisville has to account for the loss of its most productive front court player in 2015-16 (they also lost guard Terry Rozier to the NBA)...

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  6. Former South Carolina Power Forward Demetrius Henry Transferring to La Salle

    Having already landed two transfers this offseason in the form of point guard Pookie Powell and small forward B.J. Johnson, La Salle picked up a commitment from a third player who began his career at another Division I institution Saturday morning...

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  7. Gilbert Talks Committing to UConn

    Alterique Gilbert: “I love the relationship me and coach Ollie have. [My mom and I] came to a conclusion that it would be the fit for me...

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  8. Coleman: 'I Feel Like I'm Ready to Play'

    Dajuan Coleman hasn't played a college game since Jan. 7, 2014, suffering a season-ending knee injury against Virginia Tech.....

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  9. NCAA Athletes May Get Big Dollars in Video Game Settlement

    Settlements of a series of lawsuits relating to the use of college football and men's college basketball players' names, images and likenesses in NCAA-branded video games are likely ...

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  10. Griz Hoops Lands Oregon Transfer G Ahmaad Rorie

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  11. Photo: Karl Anthony-Towns Spending 4th of July with His “Second Dad"

    Karl-Anthony Towns is no longer a player in the Kentucky men's basketball program, as the star big man has moved on to the NBA...

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  12. Iowa's Ellingson Gains Medical Redshirt, Ready to Make Impact

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  13. USA Tops Italy, Advances to U19 FIBA World Semis

    After coasting to a comfortable win over Argentina in the Round of 16 despite committing 26 turnovers on Wednesday, the United States.....

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  14. The Ben Simmons Hype Is Starting Early

    There appears to be no less than 10 teams that could legitimately stake a claim to being college basketball's.....

    Jeff Carillo Written by Jeff Carillo about 1 day ago 226 reads 0 comments

  15. KU Living It Up at World Univ. Games

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  16. Report: NC State Joining Obekpa Sweepstakes

    Back on June 24th news broke that Junior Center Chris Obekpa (6'10″/236) had officially left St. John's.....

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  17. Duke's Plumlee Graduates from ROTC Training

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  18. Report: New Huskers Asst. Burno Bolts to ASU

    Recently-hired Nebraska men's basketball assistant coach Rashon Burno is leaving for the same job at Arizona State.....

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  19. Early Look at Potential Bubble Team in 2016

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  20. Report: Nebraska's Burno Leaving for ASU

    BREAKING: ASU's Bobby Hurley has hired Nebraska'a Rashon Burno as an assistant, source told @CBSSports. Burno was at Florida last season...

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  21. 4-Star PG Alterique Gilbert to Announce College Decision Saturday

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  22. 2016 NCAA Tournament Bracket: Super Early Projection for Field of 68

    It may be July, but true college basketball fans always have March on the brain. For the first time in quite a while, the state of college basketball's offseason is stable enough for an updated projection of the 2016 NCAA tournament field...

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  23. 3-Star C Koch Bar Commits to Braves

    All it took was one official visit for 6-foot-9 center Koch Bar to know where he wanted to go to college. The highly athletic and active post player decided to pick the Bradley Braves following his official visit to the school...

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  24. Stephen Curry Select Camp: Mike Bibby Jr. Takes Aim at Elite-Prospect Status

    ALAMEDA, Calif. — Other than the reigning NBA MVP himself, the most notable figure at Stephen Curry's Select Camp never took the court at St. Joseph Notre Dame High School this week...

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  25. Ducks Announce 2015-16 Non-Conference Schedule

    EUGENE, Ore. – Oregon will play four NCAA Tournament teams and will have match-ups against schools from the Big Twelve, SEC and Mountain West conferences, as the 2015-16 non-conference schedule was announced Thursday by head coach Dana Altman...

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