• Bradley guard Warren Jones arrested; teammate Ka'Darryl Bell ticketed

    Peoria Journal-Star "Bradley men's basketball's leading scorer Warren Jones, 20, was arrested early Thursday morning for obstruction of identification and criminal trespass. The arrest allegedly occurred at Big Al's in downtown Peoria. Jones, averaging 13.9 points per game, was booked into Peoria County Jail at..." January 29

  • 2015 McDonald’s All-American rosters announced

    College Basketball Talk "Rosters for the 2015 McDonald’s All-American game were announced on Wednesday and the game is headlined by nine uncommitted players out of the game’s 24 roster spots. Duke and LSU currently have the most commitments in the game with two each, but that number is sure to change once the uncommitted..." January 29

  • Syracuse basketball forward Chris McCullough plans to have knee surgery later this week

    Syracuse.com "Chris McCullough left the Syracuse University practice facility this afternoon destined for home and a date with a New York City surgeon. McCullough, who tore his anterior cruciate ligament on Jan. 11 during a Carrier Dome game vs. Florida State, is hoping to have surgery on Friday, he and his..." January 29

  • UConn loses reserve guard Sam Cassell Jr. to stress fracture in right tibia

    The Day "Good thing UConn has depth in the backcourt. The Huskies should be able to survive the temporary loss of reserve Sam Cassell Jr., who'll be sidelined for about two weeks with a stress fracture in his right tibia. The injury has been an issue for Cassell, who's now on crutches. He made the..." January 29

  • Report: Stanford’s Reid Travis to return on Wednesday

    College Basketball Talk "Reid Travis will be returning to the Stanford lineup on Wednesday night, according to a report from the San Francisco Chronicle. Travis is a 6-foot-7 power forward that was a top 40 recruit this season. He’s been out of action since December 29th as he’s dealt with a stress fracture in his..." January 28

  • Report: Robert Upshaw could head to D-League after Washington dismissal

    The Score "Not willing to let his college resume to date and the draft combine determine his stock for the 2015 NBA Draft, Robert Upshaw could be on his way to the D-League. Upsahw was dismissed from Washington on Monday for an undisclosed violation of team rules. This isn't Upshaw's first bout of trouble..." January 28

  • D'Angelo Russell's success surprising everyone but himself

    Sporting News - NCAAB "The recruiting process had been going on for a while, and it had long been established that D’Angelo Russell and Ohio State were going to have a future together. He was heading back to prep school in Florida from his home in Louisville, and Buckeyes coach Thad Matta asked Russell to let him know..." January 28

  • UCLA F Jonah Bolden Is Now Eligible to Practice for Bruins

    Bruins Nation "Player sends out a tweet announcing that he is now eligible to join the team. After a terrible weekend in Oregon, the UCLA Men's Basketball team got some news today as freshman Forward Jonah Bolden has been given permission to start practicing with the team." January 28

  • BYU coach Rose says Austin could miss rest of season

    Salt Lake Tribune "If Saturday's 77-74 loss to San Diego proved anything, it is that BYU sorely misses 6-foot-11 forward Nate Austin, who has been sidelined since Dec. 10 with a hamstring injury. The Cougars did get some offensive contributions from Luke Worthington and Corbin Kaufusi, but were torched inside..." January 28

  • Mystery surrounds illness of USF's Chris Perry

    Tampa Bay Times "With nary a warning, a team besieged by mediocrity now also finds itself steeped in mystery. Suddenly, the short- and long-term status of Chris Perry, the men's basketball team's only low-post veteran, is unknown. Nearly three full days after being stricken by chest pains during a Saturday..." January 28

  • Gilbert Christian junior Cameron Satterwhite commits to Colorado

    Arizona Republic "Gilbert Christian junior guard Cameron Satterwhite gave Colorado a commitment to play basketball, coach Kurt Keener said Tuesday. Satterwhite, 6-foot-2, who is averaging 18 points, was offered recently by the Pac-12 school. He had received offers from mid-majors, but this was his first offer..." January 28

  • Report: Wake Forest transfer finds a new spot in the CAA

    College Basketball Talk "Wake Forest transfer Miles Overton has found a new home, as the sophmore guard will be heading to Drexel. The news of Overton’s transfer was first reported by Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports. The 6-foot-4 Overton is the son of former NBA veteran Doug Overton. During his sophomore season with the..." January 28

  • How Rysheed Jordan is becoming the player St. John’s envisioned

    New York Post "Whatever the reason was for Rysheed Jordan’s leave of absence, it seems to have done the trick. The enigmatic sophomore guard from Philadelphia is finally playing as expected entering Wednesday night’s contest at Creighton (9 p.m., FS1). The 6-foot-4 Jordan — who missed one game during his..." January 28

  • Derrick Walton Jr.'s status unknown for Michigan-Michigan St., injured foot to be examined further

    Michigan Live "Michigan survived a home game Tuesday night without the services of starting point guard Derrick Walton Jr. Now, following a 58-44 win over visiting Nebraska, the Wolverines might have to try to do the same on the road at Michigan State on Sunday. According to U-M coach John Beilein, Walton's..." January 28

  • Arizona State loses freshman point guard for the season

    CBSSports.com "The Arizona State men's basketball program is undergoing a rough year. The Sun Devils, who won 21 games last season and reached the 2014 NCAA Tournament, are 10-10 in 2014-15 and stand at 2-5 in the Pac 12. And now they'll be without a fledgling player, freshman point guard Kodi Justice. The..." January 27

  • UW dismisses Robert Upshaw

    ESPN.com "Washington Huskies junior 7-footer Robert Upshaw has been dismissed from the program for a violation of team rules, the school announced. "We wish Rob well as he moves forward in his life, and we will do our best to support him in the future," Washington coach Lorenzo Romar said in a..." January 27

  • Junior point guard Anthony Cowan Jr. commits to Maryland

    Baltimore Sun "Anthony Cowan Jr.'s roots at Maryland run deep. Growing up in Bowie, he attended Gary Williams' summer camp in College Park several times. His father, Anthony Sr., received his master's from the school. His grandmother works in the university's African-American Studies program. So it made..." January 27

  • IU's Devin Davis won't return this year

    Indianapolis Star "Appearing on a podcast with ESPN's Andy Katz, IU coach Tom Crean confirmed Monday that sophomore forward and Warren Central alum Devin Davis will not return to the court this season. "The doctors say he's making progress and his attitude is great," Crean said on the podcast. "There's certainly..." January 26

  • Wichita State basketball player Conner Frankamp arrested on DUI charge

    Kansas City Star "Wichita State basketball player Conner Frankamp was arrested early Sunday morning on suspicion of DUI, police said Monday. Frankamp was arrested at 12:33 a.m. Sunday at Kellogg and Maize, Wichita police Lt. James Espinoza said. He was also cited for “improper driving on laned roadway” and..." January 26

  • Sources: Kobe's agent favored to sign Stanley Johnson; Lakers next?

    Sporting News "If there is some good to come out of the rotator cuff injury that sidelined Kobe Bryant for the remainder of the season, it is that the Lakers could lose a whole lot of games the rest of the way and finally be in position to draft a Kobe guy—this time, Arizona’s Stanley Johnson. Several times..." January 26

  • Mike Krzyzewski becomes 1st Div. I men's coach to reach 1,000 wins

    ESPN.com "Coach 1K. How grand. Mike Krzyzewski earned his 1,000th career win Sunday, making him the first NCAA Division I men's coach to reach the milestone, when No. 5 Duke surged past St. John's in the second half for a 77-68 victory at Madison Square Garden. Tyus Jones scored 22 points and the Blue..." January 26

  • Stanford F Reid Travis on pace to return this week

    CBSSports.com "Stanford freshman Reid Travis will return to practice today and is on pace to return to game action this week, Johnny Dawkins told CBSSports.com on Monday. The 6-9 power forward has been out of the Cardinal lineup since Dec. 29 due to a stress fracture. "He's going to practice today and he's..." January 26

  • SMU guard Keith Frazier loses appeal, remains ineligible for season

    Dallas Morning News "SMU guard Keith Frazier lost his appeal to the NCAA, coach Larry Brown said Friday. The sophomore, who was averaging 10.5 points and 4.0 rebounds, will remain academically ineligible for the rest of the season. “As of now, he’s back in school and we’ve got everything in place for him to do..." January 26

  • 2016 4-star forward Lucas Siewert commits to ASU basketball

    Arizona Republic "Lucas Siewert, a 6-foot-11, 225-pound stretch forward from Los Angeles Cathedral High, committed to Arizona State on Sunday, giving the Sun Devils a second-four star prospect in their 2016 class. Recruiting-service Rivals ranks Siewert as the nation's No. 100 2016 prospect. Siewert also has..." January 26

  • Chest pains experienced Saturday lead to USF forward missing Sunday’s game

    College Basketball Talk "Already facing an uphill battle against UConn Sunday afternoon, USF had to play the game without its best front court player in Chris Perry. According to multiple reports Perry experienced chest pains during the team’s workout on Saturday and was hospitalized. Perry did join his teammates on the..." January 26

  • North Carolina's Theo Pinson out with a broken foot

    Fay Observer "North Carolina freshman Theo Pinson broke the fifth metatarsal in his left foot during the Tar Heels' win at Wake Forest on Wednesday, the school confirmed Friday. It's unclear how long the injury will sideline the 6-foot-6, 195-pound Pinson, who suffered the same injury as a high school..." January 26

  • Creighton G Isaiah Zierden (knee) to miss remainder of season

    SI.com "Creighton guard Isaiah Zierden will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a knee injury, the school announced on Friday. In a news release, Creighton described the injury as a "partially torn medial collateral ligament and patella injury" in Zierden's right knee. He suffered the..." January 26

  • Pitt's Johnson to have shoulder surgery

    Pittsburgh Tribune Review "Freshman forward Cameron Johnson (Our Lady of the Sacred Heart), who missed the past 11 games with a left shoulder injury, is scheduled to have surgery, coach Jamie Dixon said. “We're trying to set up the surgery now,” Dixon said. “We're at that point where we can't wait any longer.”" January 26

  • Well-traveled former Ole Miss guard transfers to a new school

    College Basketball Talk "Well-traveled junior guard Derrick Millinghaus has found a new school. The former Ole Miss guard transferred to Southeastern Louisiana before the 2014-15 season but found himself on the move once again this winter. The 5-foot-10 native of New York will transfer to Tennessee Tech. " January 26

  • Kuran Iverson to join Rams

    ESPN.com "Memphis transfer Kuran Iverson has enrolled at Rhode Island and will suit up for the Rams next season, sources told ESPN.com. Iverson left Memphis earlier this month after being suspended for a violation of team rules. Sources told ESPN's Jeff Goodman that Memphis coach Josh Pastner kicked..." January 26

  • Tai Wynyard to join Wildcats

    ESPN.com "Tai Wynyard has committed to Kentucky, sources told ESPN.com. Wynyard is a New Zealand native who also visited Villanova and Texas during a trip to the United States earlier this month. The 6-foot-9 post player is currently a member of the 2016 class, but there is a chance he reclassifies..." January 26

  • Duke's Marshall Plumlee was sworn into the U.S. Army on Friday

    CBSSports.com "Duke center Marshall Plumlee will be sworn into the U.S. Army -- effective upon his graduation -- on Friday afternoon, according to the Duke Chronicle. Plumlee had been a student in Duke's ROTC program in the 2012-13 academic year before taking off a year to improve himself on the basketball..." January 24

  • How Tom Crean and Indiana went from no-hope losers to Big Ten contenders

    Yahoo! Sports "Wait, what happened? What happened to the horrible Hoosiers? The program in disrepair? The coach who had lost control? The fan base that was forming into a lynch mob? Where did that Indiana go? Maybe, despite an autumn of knee-jerk outrage, that Indiana never existed. The Indiana team..." January 23

  • Virginia Tech announces F Joey Van Zegeren to leave basketball team

    CBSSports.com "Virginia Tech head coach Buzz Williams has announced that forward Joey van Zegeren will leave the basketball team. He will remain enrolled at the university and stay on scholarship until May, when he is slated to graduate. “Joey and I met several times over the past week. Today, we decided that..." January 23

  • Baylor is playing a 3-13 NAIA in January because of … Coach Carter?

    College Basketball Talk "Baylor plays in the toughest conference in college basketball, the Big 12. They’re just 2-3 in the league through five games, but they’re also currently ranked in the Top 25; that’s what happens when three of those league games were against top 20 teams and a fourth came against a potential..." January 22

  • Kevin Ware rebuilding his hoops career away from the spotlight

    SI.com "The arena goes dark, except for the waving spotlights, and the announcer calls out five names. Shipes. Crider. Green. Hunter. Harrow. Tonight’s starting lineup for the Georgia State Panthers. Moderate applause from the bleachers. The house lights come up, revealing a small but passionate student..." January 22

  • Georgia starter Parker likely to miss more games

    Columbus Ledger-Enquirer "Juwan Parker tried to miss only one game with an achilles injury, and it backfired. Now Georgia's starting small forward may miss even more time. Parker, who started the team's first 14 games this season, will not play Tuesday against Ole Miss "barring a miracle," head coach Mark Fox said..." January 22

  • Illinois' Aaron Cosby latest guard knocked out by injury

    Chicago Sun-Times "Less than two minutes into Sunday’s game here against Indiana, Aaron Cosby felt a hand rake across his face. The Illinois guard didn’t know it at the time, but he’d sustained a torn retina in his left eye. No wonder he shot 0-for-5 from the three-point line in the Illini’s hard-fought 80-74..." January 22

  • Alabama A&M coach, JSU alum James Wright dies

    The Clarion-Ledger "Alabama A&M assistant men's basketball coach James Wright died, school officials said Wednesday evening. According to the school's bio, Wright was a graduate of Jackson State in 1993. He was the senior director of the Mo Williams Basketball Camp, which was held annually in Jackson. Wright was..." January 22

  • Davidson point guard Jack Gibbs suffers slight meniscus tear

    CBSSports.com "Davidson guard Jack Gibbs has suffered a slight tear in his meniscus, Bob McKillop said Wednesday afternoon. Gibbs did not play in the Wildcats' win over Dayton on Tuesday night. When asked how long Gibbs might be out, McKillop responded and said, "Hopefully not long." January 21

  • Southern Mississippi self-imposes postseason ban for 2014-15 season

    CBSSports.com "Southern Mississippi has self-imposed a postseason ban for this season, the school announced on Tuesday night. The team will not play in either the Conference USA tournament or any possible postseason bid afterward. The ban is a result of the ongoing investigation into the men's basketball..." January 20

  • Williams Gates Jr., son of ‘Hoop Dreams’ star, to transfer to Houston Baptist

    College Basketball Talk "William Gates Jr., the son and the namesake of ‘Hoop Dreams’ star William Gates, has transferred to Houston Baptist. “Started spring semester classes this morning,” a source told NBCSports.com. Gates began his college career at Furman, averaging 8.0 points as a freshman for the Palladins,..." January 20

  • Florida big man Chris Walker dealing with big -- sometimes unreasonable -- expectations

    Fox Sports Florida "Chris Walker doesn't talk to the media very much. Florida's soft-spoken 6-foot-10 1/2 sophomore center, calling it like it is, hasn't had much to talk about lately. But there Walker was Monday morning, standing at a podium, bending over to speak into the microphone, when asked about the..." January 20

  • Sources: Fired OU mascot harassed Oklahoma State coach Travis Ford's wife

    The Oklahoman "The University of Oklahoma fired a mascot who was taunting Oklahoma State fans during the Sooner men's basketball team's Bedlam victory Saturday inside Lloyd Noble Center. According to multiple sources familiar with the incident, Heather Ford -- the wife of OSU coach Travis Ford -- was among..." January 20

  • Pitino: Harrell no longer team captain 'absolutely no big deal'

    Sporting News - NCAAB "Rick Pitino confirmed a report on Tuesday that surfaced on Monday claiming that Montrezl Harrell said he was no longer a team captain this season. Pitino confirmed the news in a text message with the Courier-Journal's Jeff Greer, adding that the withdrawal of Harrell's title was "absolutely no..." January 20

  • Kansas finally learns to trust its freshmen

    SB Nation "The Jayhawks were headed for an embarrassing home collapse on Monday before their two maligned newcomers came to the rescue. Kelly Oubre and Cliff Alexander weren't expected to be replacements for Kansas, they were supposed to be reinforcements. With Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid off to the..." January 20

  • MTSU's Joshua Phillips out indefinitely

    Daily News Journal "MTSU sophomore Joshua Phillips is out indefinitely with a stress fracture in his foot. The forward broke the bone in practice. He will be reevaluated next week to get a clearer time table on his return." January 20

  • Caris LeVert's injury more severe than previous one

    Detroit Free Press "Caris LeVert's broken left foot is a more severe version of the injury he suffered last spring. Michigan's junior co-captain will undergo another surgery this week. He suffered the new injury at the end of Saturday's 56-54 win over Northwestern, ending his season. "Same foot, same bone,..." January 20

  • Arizona tunes out 'noise' in what is a long season

    Fox Sports Arizona "Yes, Arizona hears the whispers and the cheers. It goes with the territory when you have all eyes on a program that found success for more than three decades. Highs and lows happen, but it's how it deals with them that's important. "We have this motto: 'It's all about the people in the gym..." January 20

  • U-M's LeVert out for rest of season due to foot injury

    Detroit Free Press "Michigan has battled injuries, illness and youth challenges all season, remaining just outside the NCAA tournament bubble. But the biggest blow came Sunday. Junior co-captain Caris LeVert will miss the rest of the season with a left foot injury, U-M announced. He will have surgery this..." January 19

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