The arrival of Andrew Wiggins at Kansas and Marcus Smart's decision to stay at Oklahoma State could make the Big 12 title chase one to watch this season.
Oklahoma received some more bad news on Wednesday evening, announcing that starting guard Je'lon Hornbeak underwent surgery on his foot.
Here's our look at how each conference did on draft night, from the most picks to the fewest, and why so many international players were taken.
The Inside College Basketball crew gives you teams that may turn your bracket world upside down.
Are the four No. 1 seeds the favorites to win the title? Let's look at the entire field, 1-68.
I can't think of any tournament-worthy team from a major conference that has been more of an afterthought this season than Oklahoma. The Sooners, a No. 10 seed entering Saturday according to Jerry Palm, beat Iowa State. Beat 'em big. An 86-69 final in a game that wasn't that close. The Sooners improved to 19-9 overall and 10-6 in the Big 12 while ISU is now 19-10 and 9-7, respectively.
Wednesday was jam-packed, with Oklahoma State and Kansas needing two overtimes to find a winner -- and that was just the tip of the iceberg.
There weren't too many marquee matchups on Saturday afternoon, but there were plenty of close games and contests that will matter on Selection Sunday.
We'll have a new No. 1 next week, and this weekend will determine whether it's Michigan, Kansas or Syracuse. Let's prepare ourselves with the Look Ahead.
Doug Gottlieb doesn't think Duke would deserve a No. 1 seed if the season ended today, and doesn't think Bill Walton's criticism of Ben Howland is fair.

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