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.
Every year, there are players who exceed expectations and players who just don't quite live up to them, and 2014-15 was no exception. However, there's plenty of time for them to turn it around, so here are 10 guys I expect to bounce back from trying 2014-15 seasons.
The Big Ten released its preseason awards on Wednesday afternoon, naming Maryland's Melo Trimble preseason player of the year.
The Eye on College Basketball team debates if Rick Pitino should be fired if the allegations are true. Also, the writers discuss who their highest-impact transfer is, as well as who it was hardest to leave off of their preseason All-America team.
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.
Michigan's Zak Irvin will undergo a procedure on his back and miss the next 6-8 weeks of action, according to a release from the program.
Caris LeVert is still unsure about whether or not he'll return for his senior season at Michigan. The 6-foot-7 junior guard, recovering from a left foot fracture back in January, spoke to Rod Beard of the Detroit News, and noted how "tough" the decision is for him regarding if he'll forego his senior season to declare for the NBA draft or if he'll stay.
The Michigan prospect's injury to his left foot has ended his season, but that shouldn't put a major damper on his NBA Draft prospects.

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