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9 NBA Draft decisions that will make or break college basketball next season

April 19, 2018

Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images The deadline for college basketball players to declare for the NBA Draft is April 22. Players are allowed to “test the waters” to gauge feedback from NBA teams and still return to school provided they haven’t signed with an agent. The deadline to pull your name out of the draft […]

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G League salary raises put players on par with NBA 2K League competitors

April 17, 2018

Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images G League players are finally getting a raise. The league’s minimum contract has been raised to $35K per season, according to Marc Stein of the New York Times. That constitutes a substantial raise over the league’s previous minimum contract, which was either $26K or $19K per season. The raise […]

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Patrick Ewing just signed Georgetown’s point guard and center of the future

April 16, 2018

Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports Patrick Ewing is making moves on the recruiting trail. The Hoyas announced a pair of signings on Monday morning that should set the program up well for the future. James Akinjo, a four-star point guard and top-100 prospect in the class of 2018, committed to Georgetown over Arizona, Tennessee, and others. […]

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Lindsay Whalen to coach Minnesota women’s basketball while playing in the WNBA

April 13, 2018

Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports Lindsay Whalen is stepping into the college basketball coaching game — but she’s not done with the WNBA yet. The five-time All-WNBA point guard was announced as the newest head coach of University of Minnesota’s women’s basketball team, a role she’ll hold down while simultaneously playing her ninth season with the […]

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Comcast says the Big Ten Network will soon be blacked out for out-of-market customers

April 13, 2018

Photo by Ben Gabbe/Getty Images for Wink Public Relations Big Ten sports fans might be in for a rude awakening if they live in select areas of the Comcast footprint. On Thursday, the telecom giant’s customer service account tweeted that the Big Ten Network will soon be removed from its lineup for some customers. At […]

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NBA mock draft 2018: Phoenix Suns won the great tank-off. Who should they choose?

April 12, 2018

EB via Getty Images The college season is over, the playoffs are starting and the lottery standings are all but settled, save for a few ties. Draft season is about to begin in earnest and with it comes a new mock draft from us, your friends at SB Nation. Kudos to the Phoenix Suns for […]

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The Knicks should want Jay Wright. And he shouldn’t leave Villanova.

April 12, 2018

Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports The New York Knicks are in the market for a new head coach after firing Jeff Hornacek Wednesday night. Villanova’s Jay Wright is one name on their wish list, according to Frank Isola of the New York Daily News. The Knicks intend to gauge Wright’s interest in the job and believe […]

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An Indiana Taco Bell really wants 5-star recruit Romeo Langford to pick the Hoosiers

April 11, 2018

via @andyluther300 Five-star shooting guard Romeo Langford is the highest-rated recruit who hasn’t yet picked his college for 2018 and beyond. If a Sellersburg, Indiana Taco Bell has anything to do with it, he’ll stay close to home at Indiana University. Sellersburg Taco Bell has chimed in on the recruitment of Romeo Langford. #iubb pic.twitter.com/jB7JlbLXLT […]

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FBI indictment in college basketball corruption scandal features new details on Kansas, NC State

April 11, 2018

Steven Branscombe-USA TODAY Sports In the ongoing corruption scandal embroiling college basketball for months, federal prosecutors in New York added charges on Tuesday against a former Adidas rep, Jim Gatto, which allege payments to families of players at four universities. What’s new here? Miami and Louisville have been involved with the scandal since the start, […]

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Kentucky lands 5-star point guard Ashton Hagans, who might skip a year of high school to join next year’s team

April 10, 2018

Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images Another day, another five-star recruit for John Calipari at Kentucky. Ashton Hagans, a 6’3 point guard from Georgia, committed to the Wildcats Tuesday morning. His decision comes one day after Kentucky landed five-star forward E.J. Montgomery. Hagans is currently ranked as the No. 18 prospect in the class of 2019, […]

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