1. Recruiting: Rutgers Adds Class of 2014 Big Shaquille Doorson

    While the de-commitment of Leroy Butts earlier this week was a bit deflating, coach Eddie Jordan did not allow himself to wallow for long, if at all. I guess the "Fast" nickname still rings true...

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  2. James Young Now Has Cornrows

    James Young and Julius Randle are at the Barclays Center doing interviews this afternoon, and as you can see, James is now rocking cornrows. Before I get back to the hair (and I will), I'll give you some actual news from James' media opportunity...

    Jeff Carillo Written by Jeff Carillo about 16 days ago 106 reads 0 comments

  3. Duke Basketball: Current Blue Devils with the Brightest NBA Futures

    Duke is on the short list of contenders for the national championship as the 2014-15 college basketball season approaches, but since it is NBA draft time, it is worth looking at the future professional stocks of some of Duke’s best players...

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  4. Hood Shows Hornets He's No One-Trick Pony

    Given a second chance, Rodney Hood made a favorable impression on the Charlotte Hornets' brass — including owner Michael Jordan — on Tuesday.....

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  5. Dismissed A&M PG Reese Commits to N. Texas

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  6. Colorado's Spencer Dinwiddie went pro to get better treatment for tornACL

    Colorado's hot start was one of the best storylines of the early college basketball regular season. The Buffaloes had lost the Pac-12′s leading rebounder in forward Andre Roberson ...

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  7. Agent: Aaron Craft Will Turn to NBDL If Undrafted

    COLUMBUS — Aaron Craft made a final pitch for his future on Monday in Boston. It was not at Harvard Medical School...

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  8. Jabari Parker Thinks He Will Be Drafted No. 2 Overall In NBA Draft

    Former Duke small forward Jabari Parker is one of the three or four players whose name is being thrown around as the potential No. 1 pick in Thursday's NBA Draft...

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  9. MBB Releases 2014-15 Non-Conference Schedule

    WACO, Texas – Head coach Scott Drew released the 2014-15 Baylor men's basketball non-conference schedule Wednesday...

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  10. Report: Rutgers Lands 6'11" 3-Star C Doorson

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  11. Michigan State Basketball: What Each Projected Starter Brings to the Table

    Led by a couple of returning starters and a cohort of complementary players, Michigan State will enter the 2014-15 season with a new identity. How Tom Izzo decides to concoct his starting lineup, however, isn't clear at the moment...

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  12. 2014 NBA Draft: Julius Randle Skips Celtics Workout for GQ Meeting

    Rather than working out for the Boston Celtics on Tuesday for a second time, Kentucky's Julius Randle opted to meet with GQ “to discuss style,” a la Trey Burke last year...

    Benjamin Cruz Written by Benjamin Cruz about 16 days ago 203 reads 0 comments

  13. How the Joel Embiid-Hakeem Olajuwon Comparisons Hold Up

    Joel Embiid enters the NBA draft with a lot of similarities to Hakeem Olajuwon when he played collegiately at Houston. Can the one-and-done Kansas star stay healthy and embark on a “Dream”-like pro career of his own?...

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  14. Iowa State Reveals Difficult Nonconference Basketball Schedule

    Once again, Iowa State men's basketball coach Fred Hoiberg hasn't shied from competition. After next season's non-conference opponents by everyone nationally have been dissected, the Cyclones' strength of schedule should again rank near the top...

    Jeff Carillo Written by Jeff Carillo about 16 days ago 151 reads 0 comments

  15. Tennessee Announces 2014-15 Nonconference Schedule

    The Tennessee men's basketball team announced its 12-game 2014-15 nonconference schedule on Wednesday. The slate features 12 home games, four neutral site games and one true road game...

    Jeff Carillo Written by Jeff Carillo about 16 days ago 148 reads 0 comments

  16. What Do Joel Embiid's College Numbers Tell Us About His NBA Future?

    Over the past few weeks, I have introduced Bleacher Report readers to the idea of Similarity Scores , a system I created for making accurate statistical comparisons between 2014 NBA draft prospects and those from previous seasons...

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  17. UNC Basketball: Dean Smith's Legacy Continues to Live on in Today's Coaches

    Dean Smith's last game as a college basketball coach was in 1997 when his North Carolina team fell to eventual national champion Arizona in the Final Four...

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  18. TV Makeover Makes Michigan State Coach Tom Izzo's Garage Rock

    It was an arena unlike the ones he is used to, but Tom Izzo has no excuse for not performing in this one as well...

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  19. Youngest Son of Doc Rivers Commits to UC Irvine

    The youngest son of Doc Rivers will play college basketball close enough for the Los Angeles Clippers coach to come watch his games...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 17 days ago 213 reads 0 comments

  20. Terry Henderson Commits to N.C. State

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  21. Moe Ager and Delvon Roe See Bright NBA Futures for Adreian Payne and Gary Harris

    Michigan State hasn’t had a pair of first-rounders since 2006. However, that’ll probably change Thursday during the 2014 NBA draft in New York, as Adreian Payne and Gary Harris are expected to be taken sooner rather than later...

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  22. Photo: Austin Selling “Dream Again” Shirts in Support of Marfan Foundation

    On Sunday, we learned the deeply unfortunate news that Baylor's Isaiah Austin would not be able to pursue a professional basketball career after being diagnosed with Marfan syndrome...

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  23. Report: St. John's No Longer Pursuing Oregon Transfer Dominic Artis

    Dominic Artis, the former Oregon point guard, is in search of a new school. He was reportedly interested in St. John's, however, that interest is no longer being reciprocated...

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  24. Duke Basketball: What Each Projected Starter Brings to the Table

    Last year, Duke had a talented roster but a somewhat redundant one. The team had more scorers than it needed but far less defense and interior depth...

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  25. West Virginia Will Need to Follow Juwan Staten's Lead

    After missing the NCAA tournament for the second straight season, the West Virginia program endured a tumultuous spring where Eron Harris and Terry Henderson, the Mountaineers' second and third leading scorers, both decided to transfer...

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