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Missouri forward Jontay Porter will miss the upcoming season after suffering a knee injury in a scrimmage on Sunday.
Oscar Tshiebwe, a 6-foot-9 center out of Pennsylvania who averaged 21.3 points and 11.7 rebounds on the Adidas Gauntlet circuit, chose WVU over Kentucky, Baylor and Illinois.
Tshiebwe's relationship with Sagaba Konate helped West Virginia land a player who had his pick of high-major offers.
Despite hurdles, the NBA still hopes to reach an agreement with the NBPA and allow graduating high school seniors to enter the league starting with the 2022 draft.
Zion Williamson led the White over the Blue in Duke's Friday scrimmage and afterward downplayed any NCAA concerns: "I'm just a college kid, out here having fun."
Aidan Igiehon, ranked No. 36 in the ESPN 100, has committed to Louisville over St. John's, Oregon and Kentucky.
Igiehon is one of the most physically imposing players in this class, a good rebounder with plenty of untapped potential.
An attorney for Adidas executive James Gatto said Gatto approved a $20K payment to the guardian of Kansas player Silvio De Sousa only after coach Bill Self requested it.
Several elite prospects are moving forward on the recruiting trail, including No. 3 Vernon Carey Jr.
The G League will offer $125,000 Select Contracts to elite prospects who aren't yet eligible for the NBA but do not want to go the one-and-done route in college.
How much can you discover while observing one Blue Devils workout? Plenty.
Mississippi State coach Ben Howland said Wednesday that Tennessee, not Kentucky, is "the team to beat" in the Southeastern Conference this season. Howland said the Volunteers' experience gives them the edge over the Wildcats.
The government spent more than an hour delivering its closing arguments Wednesday. The jury could begin deliberations as early as Thursday afternoon.
LSU has brought in a speaker who specializes in post-traumatic stress disorder as the team attempts to cope with the death of junior Wayde Sims, who was shot and killed in late September.
LSU coach Will Wade says he didn't work with Christian Dawkins, who is accused in a basketball corruption trial of offering inducements to steer players to certain schools.
Kentucky coach John Calipari thinks the corruption trial in New York is a "black eye" on basketball, but he's not sure it will stop cheaters.
Can Tennessee or Auburn steal some attention from Kentucky? We have answers to that and more.
Don't be surprised if more than one SEC team reaches the Final Four, but the conference's talk starts -- as usual -- with John Calipari's Wildcats.
According to transcripts of calls read in court on Tuesday, LSU coach Will Wade and Kansas assistant Kurtis Townsend were prepared to offer improper benefits to high-profile recruits and their families.
While Kentucky Wildcats coach John Calipari has said players should be able to skip college for the NBA, he told ESPN those going to the G League should be guaranteed eight semesters of college if they don't make it to the NBA.