• Jimmy Whitt transferring to SMU

    Scout "Arkansas transfer Jimmy Whitt committed to Larry Brown and SMU on Monday, he told Scout. "At this point it was about finding the best fit for myself and when it came down to it SMU had everything I was looking for," Whitt said. "The development side and playing style were all there for me. It's..." May 02

  • Top Ohio State Target Markell Johnson Announces he Will Reclassify to 2016 Class

    Eleven Warriors "There has been a cloud of mystery surrounding the recruitment of four-star point guard Markell Johnson for some time now. Nobody really seemed to have a solid gage on where he'd be attending school or even what class he'd be in: 2016 or 2017? One part of that picture gained some clarity Monday..." May 02

  • Alabama basketball lands graduate transfer guard

    Alabama "Morehead State graduate transfer guard Corban Collins is transferring to Alabama, sources told AL.com. The 6-foot-3, 190-pound Collins, who began his college career at LSU, averaged 11 points per game as a redshirt junior at Morehead State last season. This fills a need for coach Avery..." May 02

  • Syracuse basketball gets commitment from Colorado State graduate transfer John Gillon

    Syracuse.com "John Gillon, a graduate transfer from Colorado State University, has committed to Syracuse, he confirmed on Sunday. Gillon, a 6-foot point guard, talked to syracuse.com while making a connection in Chicago after visiting the Syracuse University this weekend. The Houston, Texas, native chose..." May 01

  • DeSean Murray transferring to Auburn

    ESPN "Auburn has landed Presbyterian transfer DeSean Murray. Murray, a 6-foot-5 forward, visited the Tigers' campus this weekend. He chose Auburn over Middle Tennessee, which he visited in early April." May 01

  • Texas Tech adds G Shadell Millinghaus to 2016 class

    The Score "Texas Tech added another piece to its 2016 class, signing Shadell Millinghaus. Millinghaus originally committed to Southern Miss before transferring to Northwest Florida State College. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound guard averaged 16.8 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 1.7 steals per game last season,..." May 01

  • Boeheim thinks Malachi Richardson should return to Syracuse

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim talked with media members briefly before his annual charity gala on Saturday night, touching briefly upon the most pressing topic within the Syracuse basketball program. Earlier in the afternoon the news broke that freshman guard Malachi Richardson had been invited to..." May 01

  • UConn Lands Guard Christian Vital; Convinced After Kevin Ollie Says He's Staying Put

    Hartford Courant "UConn landed another recruit, adding to its already highly rated incoming freshman class. Shooting guard Christian Vital tweeted his intention to join the Huskies on Friday. "New England you stuck with [me] through my hardships and struggles I'm glad I have the chance to repay you," Vital..." April 29

  • Iowa State's Mitrou-Long granted medical hardship waiver

    The Score "Iowa State guard Naz Mitrou-Long has been granted a medical hardship waiver from the NCAA, making him eligible to return to the Cyclones next season. Mitrou-Long missed all but eight games of the 2015-16 season due to injuries to both hips." April 29

  • UH in the running for top basketball recruit Jarrett Allen

    Houston Chronicle "Jarrett Allen, one of the nation's top unsigned prep basketball players for the class of 2016, has narrowed his choices to the University of Houston and Texas, a source with knowledge of the process said Friday. Allen, a 6-10 center from St. Stephen's Episcopal in Austin, is a consensus..." April 29

  • 4-star guard Jaylen Fisher decommits from UNLV

    College Basketball Talk "Coaching changes can wreak havoc on a program’s recruiting class, and that’s been the case for UNLV thanks to the tumultuous nature of their search for a new head coach. Thursday evening one prospect who remained committed to the Mountain West program throughout the process that ultimately led to..." April 29

  • Arizona State, Bobby Hurley agree to 1-year extension

    The Score "Arizona State head coach Bobby Hurley will receive a one-year extension, CBS's Jon Rothstein reports. An official announcement is expected soon. In his first season as head coach of the Sun Devils, Hurley guided the team to a paltry 15-17 record, and occasionally made headlines for the wrong..." April 28

  • Former UConn big man Tyler Olander working out with Toronto Blue Jays

    Sportzedge "Tyler Olander has more national championships than Jim Boeheim. Let’s just get that out of the way. When the two-time national champ (2011 and 2014) broke his right foot while playing professionally in Spain this past winter, he figured he might have accomplished everything that he could have..." April 28

  • Jim Valvano’s title-winning N.C. State team to finally get White House visit

    College Basketball Talk "The N.C. State men’s basketball team never got invited to the White House after they won the 1983 National Title. It wasn’t a tradition in those days. They spoke with President Ronald Reagan, but they did so from the confines of a television studio in Raleigh. It’s commonplace now to see title..." April 28

  • Columbia graduate transfer Grant Mullins commits to Cal

    SI "Columbia graduate transfer Grant Mullins has committed to California, ESPN's Jeff Borzello reports. Mullins averaged 13.1 points and shot 43.1% from three-point range last season for the Lions. The 6-foot-3 sharpshooter will have one season of eligibility at Cal, which he can use immediately..." April 28

  • Windsor high schooler, 29, says he didn’t know his real age

    Toronto Star "A 29-year-old South Sudanese man told officials he wasn’t lying when he allegedly posed as a teenager to attend high school in Canada — he just didn’t know his real age. Wearing a loose orange jumpsuit, Jonathan Elia Nicola, who has been held by immigration since April 15, attended a brief..." April 27

  • Florida's Devin Robinson to return for junior season

    Orlando Sentinel "UF forward Devin Robinson will return for his junior season rather than enter the NBA draft, the school confirmed Tuesday night. The 6-foot-9 Robinson had planned to gauge his draft status during the coming month. But surgery last week to repair a stress fracture in his left foot derailed his..." April 27

  • Delaware transfer Kory Holden commits to Frank Martin, Gamecocks

    The State "South Carolina has landed an elite transfer, but will have to wait a season until he can play. Delaware guard Kory Holden, a 6-foot-2 second-team All-Colonial Athletic Association selection last year, committed to the Gamecocks on Tuesday. Holden, ranked No. 2 on ESPN’s Top-10 list of available..." April 26

  • New Mexico State to hire Paul Weir as head coach

    Albuquerque Journal "Paul Weir has been selected as the new men’s basketball coach at New Mexico State University, the Journal has learned. A news conference to formally announce the hiring is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Pan Amrican Center in Las Cruces." April 26

  • Alpha Diallo commits to Providence

    Scout "2016 wing Alpha Diallo verbally committed to Providence on Tuesday, according to Wolfeboro (N.H.) Brewster Academy coach Jason Smith. " April 26

  • Kevin Ollie: UConn coach "intrigued" by Los Angeles Lakers job

    UPI "Connecticut men's basketball coach Kevin Ollie is a producer of immediate success. In his second season as Huskies coach, he led the team to a national title. Now the 43-year-old is intrigued about coaching one of the NBA's most storied franchises, according to the Los Angeles Daily..." April 26

  • Memphis' Tubby Smith reassigns assistant Keelon Lawson

    Memphis Commercial Appeal "After a few days of uncertainty, it now appears the University of Memphis men’s basketball program will have its top two returning players — and their father — in the fold for next season under new coach Tubby Smith. Smith told The Commercial Appeal on Monday that former Tigers assistant coach..." April 26

  • James Blackmon Jr. declares for NBA draft, won’t hire agent

    Inside The Hall "In a Monday evening release, the Indiana men’s basketball program announced James Blackmon Jr. will declare for the NBA Draft, but won’t hire an agent. From the release: “James is going to test the waters and see where he stands in the eyes of the NBA at this time,” Tom Crean said. “He..." April 26

  • Former UNLV coach Dave Rice hired as Nevada assistant

    Las Vegas Review-Journal "The UNLV-UNR basketball rivalry just got a lot more intense. Dave Rice, the Rebels’ coach until he was fired Jan. 10, will become an assistant to UNR coach Eric Musselman. CBS Sports first reported it Monday." April 26

  • Auburn lands graduate transfer PG Ronnie Johnson

    Alabama "Bruce Pearl is adding another piece to his 2016-17 Auburn basketball squad. Sources confirmed to AL.com that Houston point guard Ronnie Johnson will transfer to Auburn. The 6-foot, 180-pound graduate transfer will be eligible to play in the 2016-17 season. " April 25

  • UNC received another notice from the NCAA

    CBS Sports "After an initial report from Aaron Beard, of the Associated Press, the University of North Carolina confirmed that it received an amended Notice of Allegations from the NCAA on Monday. The NCAA's case against North Carolina has been multi-pronged and extended for more than six years, covering..." April 25

  • Nicholls State expected to name Clemson's Richie Riley head coach

    The Score "Nicholls State is expected to name Clemson assistant Richie Riley its new head coach, according to Jeff Goodman of ESPN. Riley has spent the past two seasons as an assistant with the Tigers, and worked two years on the UAB staff prior to that." April 25

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  • Projected first-rounder Ivan Rabb staying at Cal

    San Francisco Chronicle "In a move that bucked the national trend, Cal freshman forward Ivan Rabb decided he will return for his sophomore season. He let the 8:59 p.m. Sunday deadline for underclassmen to declare for the NBA draft pass with no public acknowledgment of his plans. At 9:03 p.m., head coach Cuonzo Martin..." April 25

  • Texas A&M loses pledge from 2017 4-star forward Mitchell Robinson

    The Score "Mitchell Robinson, a four-star forward in Texas A&M's 2017 recruiting class, has decommitted from the Aggies, sources told Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports. The 6-foot-10 New Orleans native is ranked by ESPN as the No. 46 overall prospect in the 2017 class." April 24

  • Ben Carter to visit Michigan State Spartans

    The Only Colors "The college basketball transfer market is once again turning the offseason into free agency thanks to the graduate transfer rule. We're once again seeing solid players like UNLV's Ben Carter able to transfer from programs in disarray and look to end their collegiate careers in a better..." April 24

  • N-G star Cosby-Roundtree commits to Villanova

    Philly.com "Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree, a 6-foot-8 center at Neumann-Goretti, has committed to play for NCAA tournament champion Villanova. The 215-pound junior and his mother, Ayesha, visited Villanova on Thursday night. "They showed me that the school will be a home away from home for me," he said. "And I..." April 23

  • Savon Goodman transfers to La Salle as Explorers continue to reload

    City of Basketball Love "Savon Goodman is coming home, and La Salle’s already strong conglomerate of reinforcement transfers just got another boost. Goodman, a Constitution high school grad and Philadelphia native, is transferring to La Salle after spending the first four years of his college career at three separate..." April 23

  • John Gillon to transfer from Colorado State basketball team

    Reporter Herald "John Gillon, a dynamic 6-foot guard who was among Colorado State's top scorers and distributors the past two seasons, told the Reporter-Herald he plans to transfer from the program. Gillon said he'll earn his degree in economics next month, making him eligible to play next season as a graduate..." April 23

  • Georgetown's Bradley Hayes granted fifth year of eligibility

    Big East Coast Bias "Friday night, the Georgetown basketball team gathered for their yearly postseason banquet. Things were going according to the status quo at first, and then Bradley Hayes dropped a bombshell." April 23

  • Grayson Allen out 4 weeks after hernia surgery

    The Score "Duke guard Grayson Allen underwent surgery to repair a hernia and is expected to be sidelined for four weeks, the team announced Friday. It's unknown when Allen sustained the injury, but it didn't stop him from enjoying a standout second year with Duke. The polarizing star guard averaged a..." April 22

  • Indiana's O.G. Anunoby to return for sophomore season

    Indianapolis Star "Indiana University freshman OG Anunoby is returning to Bloomington for his sophomore season. The school's men's basketball Twitter account sent out word early Friday morning. In the tweet, Anunoby says, "I will not be declaring for the NBA draft this year and will return to IU. I love my..." April 22

  • 6-foot-10 BYU center Corbin Kaufusi to play football in 2016

    Salt Lake Tribune "BYU announced Friday that 6-foot-10 basketball center Corbin Kaufusi will play football this fall. Kaufusi, the 6-10, 255-pound brother of probable NFL draft pick Bronson Kaufusi, will join the football team for camp in August and then re-join the basketball team once the football season ends." April 22

  • Potential lottery pick Ivan Rabb ‘strongly considering’ returning to Cal

    Pro Basketball Talk "Jaylen Brown waited a while to declare for the NBA draft, though most assumed all along he would. The delay in announcement seemed more about timing than indecisiveness. But the situation might differ for another Cal freshman, Ivan Rabb. Connor Letourneau of SFGate: Rabb — a likely..." April 22

  • Justin Jackson, Kennedy Meeks submit names for NBA draft, will not hire agents

    Daily Tar Heel "North Carolina men's basketball players Justin Jackson and Kennedy Meeks will enter the NBA draft, but neither player will hire an agent at this time, UNC announced on Friday. Players have until April 24 to declare for the NBA draft, and the deadline for them to withdraw their names from the..." April 22

  • Memphis pushed Josh Pastner to seek other jobs

    CBS Sports "I sat with Keelon Lawson two years ago, inside a coffee shop two miles from the Memphis campus, and we talked for a while about his sons, his dreams, and how his sons could maybe help him reach his dreams. It was mid-afternoon. And what was clear to me by the end of that conversation was that this..." April 22

  • Marquette's Wally Ellenson leaving basketball team

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Wally Ellenson, a 6-foot-6 redshirt junior guard, will not be a part of the Marquette men's basketball team next season, the program confirmed on Thursday. A dual-sport athlete in basketball and track and field — Ellenson is a four-time All-American in the high jump — he has one season of..." April 22

  • Jaylen Brown declares for NBA draft after one season at Cal

    San Francisco Chronicle "To the surprise of few, Cal freshman forward Jaylen Brown said Thursday morning that he will make himself available for the NBA draft. The announcement, made during an on-campus news conference, came three days before the deadline for underclassmen to declare for the June 23 draft. Brown plans..." April 22

  • VMI's QJ Peterson to test NBA draft waters

    Today's Fastbreak "According to a Thursday report from Jeff Goodman of ESPN, VMI junior guard QJ Peterson will declare for the 2016 NBA Draft but will not hire an agent. By not hiring an agent, Peterson will leave the door open for a return to the Keydets for his senior season this fall. At it stands today, it..." April 22

  • Texas guard Isaiah Taylor skipping senior year for NBA

    Houston Chronicle "Isaiah Taylor has made up his mind - he's headed for the NBA, and there's no turning back. Taylor, the point guard who earlier this month declared himself eligible for the NBA draft, announced Thursday he intends to hire an agent, which means he will not be able to return to the Longhorns for..." April 22

  • Northwest Florida State's Diagne to declare for NBA draft without agent

    Syracuse.com "Moustapha Diagne, the former Syracuse basketball recruit, will enter his name in the NBA draft, a source said Thursday. Diagne, a 6-foot-9 center, originally signed with Syracuse as part of the 2016 recruiting class. However, an academic issue prevented him from enrolling at Syracuse. He..." April 22

  • Dayton's Charles Cooke to test NBA draft waters

    The Score "Dayton guard Charles Cooke is declaring for the NBA draft, but won't hire an agent, the team announced Thursday. "Charles and I have discussed the new legislation regarding the 2016 NBA Draft Combine and early entrant opportunity, and I support him entering his name into the 2016 NBA Draft,"..." April 22

  • Amile Jefferson officially eligible for 2016-17

    ACC Sports "The Atlantic Coast Conference has approved a medical hardship waiver for Duke senior Amile Jefferson, making him eligible to compete for the Blue Devils in 2016-17. Duke sought the waiver on Jefferson’s behalf after he missed all but nine games in 2015-16 due to a right foot fracture sustained..." April 22

  • Missouri's Jakeenan Gant set to transfer after release granted

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Another day, another Missouri basketball transfer. This time it's forward Jakeenan Gant, the fifth and final member of Mizzou's 2014 recruiting class to leave the program. Gant, a 6-8 reserve averaged 5.1 points and 3.8 rebounds as a sophomore this past season, recently underwent surgery on..." April 22

  • Leron Black pleads guilty to assault, remains suspended by Illinois

    The Daily Illini "Illinois basketball's Leron Black pleaded guilty to an aggravated assault charge, a Class A misdemeanor Thursday in Champaign County Circuit Court. He was ordered to 12 months of conditional discharge, meaning he will avoid jail time. He owes $587 in fines and court fees due Oct. 18. Black..." April 22

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