• LaVar Ball Walked Back Comment That Lonzo Ball Will Only Play For The Lakers

    The Big Lead "UCLA star Lonzo Ball looks like he will be a Top 5 pick in the NBA Draft. His hometown Los Angeles Lakers have a good chance of picking in the Top 5. His father LaVar Ball had to walk back his comment to ESPN about his son only playing for the Lakers. “All I said was that my boy is going to..." February 26

  • Lonzo Ball not bothered by father's comments regarding Curry, Lakers

    USA Today "Lonzo Ball’s father, LaVar, doesn’t shy away from giving his opinion about anything related to his son, the star of the No. 5 UCLA men’s basketball team. But he's a bit much, even with an extremely talented son projected to be a top-three pick in June’s NBA draft. LaVar said last week that..." February 26

  • Grayson Allen, battling ankle injury, ruled out for Duke's game against Miami

    CBS Sports "According to a report from Greg Gumbel of CBS Sports, Duke star guard Grayson Allen, who is nursing an ankle injury will not play Saturday when the No. 10 Blue Devils face Miami in Coral Gables. Allen has missed just two games all season for Duke this season before Saturday, once for a..." February 25

  • South Florida leaves 2 players behind after game against Tulsa

    Tampa Bay Times "Two USF men's basketball players arrived home safe Friday afternoon after they were left at an airport in Houston when the team's connecting flight home from a game at Tulsa left without them. Guards Troy Holston and Geno Thorpe, who played in USF's loss at Tulsa on Thursday night, flew with..." February 25

  • After reporting KU’s Josh Jackson vandalized her car, female player’s time on court decreased

    Kansas City Star "Since a KU women’s basketball player reported to Lawrence police that her car had been vandalized by a star men’s player, her minutes per game have been nearly cut in half. Freshman Josh Jackson was charged Friday with misdemeanor property damage related to the alleged vandalism in early..." February 25

  • Kansas star Josh Jackson charged with misdemeanor property damage of vehicle

    CBS Sports "Kansas basketball star Josh Jackson has been charged with one count of criminal damage to property for allegedly kicking the car of a female student in December. The charge is a Class A misdemeanor. According to a report obtained by KSHB, the victim, in the early hours of Dec. 9, allegedly..." February 24

  • Suspended Creighton star Maurice Watson facing sex assault charges, warrant issued

    Omaha World-Herald "Authorities on Thursday issued a felony warrant charging Creighton University basketball player Maurice Watson Jr. with first-degree sexual assault. According to police, a 19-year-old woman told them she had been assaulted in the bathroom of a residence near 33rd Street and Poppleton Avenue..." February 24

  • Utah suspends Devon Daniels for conduct detrimental to team

    Salt Lake Tribune "The Utah basketball team has suspended the player who has made the most starts for the team this season. Freshman wing Devon Daniels, 18, did not travel to Colorado for Utah's game against the Buffaloes on Thursday evening and has been suspended indefinitely, according to a terse release from..." February 24

  • Locker room altercation resulted in UMaine men’s basketball suspensions

    Bangor Daily News "The suspensions of five University of Maine men’s basketball team players last week stemmed from an altercation in the locker room during which Wes Myers punched teammate Marko Pirovic in the face, breaking his jaw, a police report reveals. The incident occurred on Feb. 14. According to a..." February 24

  • Syracuse's Jim Boeheim on retirement timetable: 'I might be done this year'

    CBS Sports "Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim went on the Dan Patrick Show on Thursday morning only hours after a thrilling 78-75 win over No. 10 Duke. The two spoke on the game, the last-second shot from John Gillon (which Boeheim called lucky) and about Boeheim’s future at Syracuse. “I don’t know what’s etched..." February 23

  • Louisville's Rick Pitino had to be restrained from going after heckling 'coward' UNC fan

    Sporting News - NCAAB "Rick Pitino had to be restrained from going after a heckling North Carolina fan as he walked off the court at halftime of Wednesday's 74-63 loss to UNC. The Louisville coach clearly did not like something he heard coming from the stands at the Dean E. Smith Center. According to ESPN, the fan..." February 23

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