Early season tournaments will mostly come to an end this weekend, as the Battle 4 Atlantis, Wooden Legacy, Advocare Invitational, NIT Preseason Tip-Off, Las Vegas Invitational and Barclays Center Classic all finish up. Here's what else to expect this weekend.
Hope you'll be in front of a television on Thanksgiving, because there are plenty of new early season tournaments beginning.
Indiana lost to Wake Forest on Monday in the Maui Invitational. The Hoosiers are no longer in the Top 25 (and one). Louisville took IU's spot.
Kentucky took over as the new No. 1 team in the country after North Carolina lost to Northern Iowa over the weekend.
The Hurricanes are legitimate ACC contenders, Oregon is looking strong plus more from around the nation from CBS Sports Jon Rothstein.
North Carolina lost at Northern Iowa on Saturday afternoon. So now Kentucky is the new No. 1 in the Top 25 (and one) college basketball rankings.
Xavier grabbed 18 offensive rebounds Friday and dominated Michigan in most areas in an 86-70 win at the Crisler Center. Trevon Bluiett, Jalen Reynolds and Remy Abell each finished with 15 points. The Musketeers are now ranked 19th in the CBS Sports Top 25 (and one).
North Carolina's Hall of Fame coach, Roy Williams, scheduled a game at Northern Iowa so that senior Marcus Paige could play a game near his hometown of Marion, Iowa. But a preseason injury means Paige won't be healthy enough to play -- though he might be recognized in some creative way.
Early season tournaments get into full swing on Friday throughout the day, then continue on throughout the weekend. Here's what you can get excited about this weekend.
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.

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