Kansas nabbed its second top-10 prospect in the class of 2014 on Friday, getting a commitment from big man Cliff Alexander.
It's almost time for the longest stretch of nonstop college basketball of the season: 30 hours from 7 p.m. on Monday until 1 a.m. on Wednesday. Get ready.
We are now just days away from the start of college basketball's regular season, and I realize you're probably so distracted by football that you haven't had a chance to comb through everybody's schedules to figure out when and where the best non-conference games will be played. No worries. That's why I'm here.
There are several loaded frontcourts across the landscape, but which is the best? Kentucky and Kansas both make a great argument.
Hundreds of players changed teams in the past couple of months, so we're recapping all the major moves.
The Big 12 saw many of its NBA draft prospects return to school, while some key transfers and one particular freshman also made decisions that should greatly benefit the league.
Tarik Black was disappointing through three years at Memphis. Now he's the most desirable big in the nation, which should serve as a lesson in supply and demand.
Memphis native Joe Jackson will return to the Tigers for his senior campaign, which is a big boost for a program that will take a step from Conference USA to the American Athletic Conference next season.
Memphis forward Tarik Black will graduate this semester and transfer to another school to play a final year of college basketball, Tigers coach Josh Pastner told CBSSports.com early Tuesday.
Tigers forward must decide by Tuesday.

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