Maryland has three former McDonald's All-Americans and a starting lineup with four players who have previously averaged double-figures at the high-major level. So the Terrapins and talented, experienced and the pick in the Big Ten.
North Carolina, with UNC, Duke, NC State, Wake Forest and more, tops our list of which states have the top programs with a chance to succeed over the next five years.
Ever heard of Ross Travis? Just another former college hoops player who's getting a shot at pro football.
Jon Rothstein says the Jayhawks have a lot riding on Diallo being cleared by the NCAA and LSU will be leaning on an unlikely player plus other news and notes from across the nation.
The Hoosiers have some important pieces returning and could make a run at Maryland -- a possible national title contender. Michigan, Michigan State and Wisconsin will also be in the mix in what should be a competitive season in the Big Ten.
The Clippers summer league team brings in quite a few guys that could legitimately make their first roster.
Jon Rothstein says taking Kentucky's Karl-Anthony Towns at No. 1 in the NBA Draft is an easy choice and explains why the NBA Finals showed why players should stay in college for four years.
Iowa State's hiring of former Murray State coach Steve Prohm is an interesting, inspired and ultimately not too unlikely of a pick.
A special Friday edition of the Viewer's Guide will focus on one of the best days of college hoops all season, the Friday of Conference Tourney week.
Everything you need to know from a packed Thursday in college hoops that saw some great showings and really bad performances across the nation.

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