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Early season tournaments will mostly come to an end this weekend, as the Battle 4 Atlantis, Wooden Legacy, Advocare Invitational, NIT Preseason Tip-Off, Las Vegas Invitational and Barclays Center Classic all finish up. Here's what else to expect this weekend.
College basketball needs more players like Michigan's Denzel Valentine, Syracuse's Tyler Lydon is paying dividends and other news and notes from Jon Rothstein.
Syracuse is 5-0 with a win over Connecticut.
It's weird to say, but at this stage in the season very few teams can say they have a better resume than the Monmouth Hawks. The Hawks claimed another high-powered victim on Thanksgiving night, defeating No. 17 Notre Dame 70-68 in the Advocare Invitational.
Michigan State beat Boston College on Thursday 99-68 for Tom Izzo's 500th career win.
Syracuse gets a very nice win for itself. And hey, these teams need to play every year ... and it seems like that is in the cards!
The Michigan Wolverines are trying to snap a two-game losing streak. Playing Charlotte is a good way to do that.
On the Thanksgiving of his third season at the helm, Andy Enfield has taken a pretty big step toward proving himself. In fact, he got what is pretty clearly the biggest win of his USC career thus far by beating Wichita State.
Texas A&M just earned one of the biggest wins for the program in years, defeating Gonzaga in the semifinals of the Battle 4 Atlantis.
Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame coach Guy Lewis -- best known for leading Houston's iconic Phi-Slama-Jama teams in the 1980s -- died Thursday morning. Lewis was 93 years old.
Wayne Selden finished with 25 points in Wednesday's win over Vanderbilt that gave Kansas the Maui Invitational title. The junior guard is now averaging 17.0 points and shooting 58.6 percent from 3-point range this season. KU is ranked fourth in the CBS Sports Top 25 (and one).
Hope you'll be in front of a television on Thanksgiving, because there are plenty of new early season tournaments beginning.
Jon Rothstein offers up his observations regarding the college basketball landscape, including what the addition of freshman Cheick Diallo does for Kansas' title hopes.
Kansas junior Wayne Selden Jr. finished with 25 points in Wednesday's win over Vanderbilt. He's off to the best start of his college career.
UConn looks like it's going to be really fun to watch this season. Really, really fun.

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