The John R. Wooden Award is given annually to the nation's top college basketball player. Kentucky and Indiana both have three players on the preseason Top 50 list. Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky won the award last season.
One only has to do a Google search to understand that no coach in his first-year at a unviersity is under more pressure than Steve Prohm. How did he and his team perform in its first game this season, an ugly 68-62 win over Colorado in Sioux Falls, South Dakota? Here are a few takeaways.
College basketball is back, which means the Viewer's Guide is also back. Here's what you need to watch on Friday, as 23 ranked teams are in action.
The AP has released its preseason All-American team, with three seniors, a junior and a freshman making the squad. Gonzaga senior Kyle Wiltjer was the leading vote-getter among all players, tallying 51 of a possible 65 votes.
Last year, college basketball was ruled by terrific frontcourts. This year, the talent is a bit more spread out, but there are still plenty of groups to get excited about. Here are your top-10 frontcourts in college basketball.
We asked our writers from the Eye on College Basketball team -- Gary Parrish, Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie -- what their thoughts were on pushing back the season, as well as a pair of other questions to preview the upcoming season.
The Big 12 released its preseason all-conference team, and for the first time in Big 12 history, four of the five members from last season's All-Big 12 team return.
With college football in full swing and with college basketball gearing up, the Eye on College Basketball staff decided that this week's Trifecta should discuss a combination of both sports. Which schools have the best combination of coaches in football and basketball?
With the start of the college basketball season now 59 days away, it's time for the 2016 NBA Draft season to kick off. Within this post, you will find the top 150 players that Sam Vecenie is looking forward to seeing this coming season.
According to coaches we spoke with, Providence's Kris Dunn is the player they'd rather have on their roster over any other. The 6-foot-4 point guard averaged 15.6 points, 7.5 assists and 5.5 rebounds last season.

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