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Arizona's Rondae Hollis-Jefferson denied on Wednesday multiple reports that he's already decided to enter the 2015 NBA Draft. Regardless, a source told CBSSports.com that, barring a surprise, Hollis-Jefferson will eventually announce he's forgoing his final two years of eligibility.
After being sidelined last year, Kentucky's Willie Cauley-Stein will finally get to play in a Final Four. First assignment: guard and contain Wisconsin star Frank Kaminsky.
Every year, college players have to make a choice as to whether or no they want to stay or go for the NBA. For some it's easy, but other decisions are much more complicated. Here is a full list of every player that has announced his intentions regarding the NBA Draft.
University of Houston junior guard Jherrod Stiggers has decided to turn professional, and has hired an agent, according to a release from the team.
Eastern Washington's Tyler Harvey, the nation's leading scorer this season, will explore his draft options this season by declaring for the NBA Draft. He has not signed with an agent, meaning he can pull out if he does not get the information that he wants. However, in a release by Eastern Washington, Harvey says his "mind is made up."
Shaka Smart and Texas are discussing the vacant coaching job, but it's uncertain whether Smart will accept a Longhorns offer.
Here is a ranking of the 20 starters remaining in the NCAA Tournament.
Nigel Hayes is a plaintiff in a lawsuit seeking free-market pay for college athletes. He's also playing in the NCAA's most lucrative event. How ironic.
Kansas wing Kelly Oubre will enter the NBA Draft. In a video released by the Kansas athletic department, Oubre announced his decision to move forward into the NBA and thanked the university and its fans for the support.
Maryland will get a second season of Melo Trimble. The freshman sensation announced in a release from the school on Wednesday that he will stick around College Park for his sophomore season instead of foregoing his final three seasons to enter the NBA Draft.
The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon used puppies to predict the winner of the Final Four.
Virginia assistant Ritchie McKay has reached an agreement in principle to return as Liberty's next head coach, a source told CBSSports.com on Wednesday.
The Kentucky Wildcats are two wins away from a 40-0 season, which will put John Calipari among the elite of the elite.
New Mexico assistant Lamont Smith has reached an agreement to become the next head coach at San Diego, a source told CBSSports.com on Tuesday.
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