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LaMelo Ball becomes the third Ball brother to commit to UCLA. His older brothers, Lonzo and LiAngelo, have already pledged to play for the Bruins.
Class of 2016 star Isaac Humphries is planning to reclassify to 2015 and enroll at Kentucky in time to play for the Wildcats this season, a source told CBSSports.com. Humphries is on a visit to Kentucky this weekend. Barring any snags, he's expected to publicly announce his intentions soon.
Without revealing which way it's leaning, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals handed the NCAA a last-minute reprieve before payment offers to players could have started Saturday.
How will Shaka Smart fare in his first season at Texas? Will Kansas' amazing streak of 11 consecutive conference titles continue? Get answers to these and other offseason questions from the Big 12.
The conference benefited in a big way because so many guys who could have tested pro waters instead opted to return to school, all of them upperclassmen.
Harry Giles, Jayson Tatum, Josh Jackson and Thon Maker displayed their talents in Las Vegas last week not only for college coaches, but also for NBA scouts. Here's a look at some of the top prospects for the 2017 NBA Draft.
LaVar and Tina Ball have three children -- all of whom are elite basketball prospects. The oldest two are already committed to UCLA. The youngest will likely join them. It's a unique family with a unique story soon to be featured in a reality television series.
SMU has met with the NCAA, and we await the next big shoe to drop.
San Diego State junior forward Matt Shrigley has suffered a torn ACL and is expected to miss the entire season.
The revival, and arrival, of Harry Giles III, the hottest prospect in the best recruiting class of the past decade.
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2015 NCAA Tournament