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Dartmouth grad transfer Evan Boudreaux will play his final two seasons of basketball at Purdue.
Jay Wright's titles at Villanova came after he survived a slow start with the Wildcats. He's not an exception anymore, with few coaches getting fired quickly if they don't win right away.
Michigan State University said Wednesday that it provided a student who reported being raped by three Spartan basketball players in 2015 with "appropriate care and relevant information." The student filed a Title IX lawsuit against the school Monday.
Forward Killian Tillie will return for his junior year at Gonzaga, helping to form a formidable frontcourt.
Wisconsin has signed Tai Strickland -- the son of former NBA guard Rod Strickland -- and 7-footer Joe Hedstrom to its latest recruiting class.
Saint Peter's announced Wednesday that it has hired Shaheen Holloway as its new men's basketball coach. Holloway, an assistant at Seton Hall the past eight seasons, replaces John Dunne, who moved to Marist.
Mike Morrell, who has been an assistant on Shaka Smart's staffs with Texas and VCU, was hired by UNC Asheville as its new men's basketball coach on Wednesday.
Duke center Wendell Carter Jr. is undecided about entering the 2018 NBA draft, his parents told The Undefeated's Marc J. Spears.
The Wooden Award winner and two-time champion with the Wildcats announces his decision to move on to the NBA.
Villanova junior guard Jalen Brunson, the consensus NCAA player of the year for the national champion Villanova Wildcats, will enter the 2018 NBA draft.
The athletic stretch forward has decided to stay home and gives Chris Holtmann's Buckeyes a versatile player with shooting ability.
Federal prosecutors added additional criminal counts to an Adidas executive on Tuesday involving players at Kansas and NC State as the FBI's investigation into college basketball corruption continues.
The game of musical chairs has mostly stopped in college basketball. With a few minor exceptions, all the seats are taken. Who did the best? And the worst? And who has us still scratching our heads?
University of Washington is ending its 20-year relationship with Nike and will begin a 10-year deal with Adidas to wear their apparel beginning in the summer of 2019.
Jim Larranaga, who has a 161-79 record in seven seasons at Miami and has led the Hurricanes to four NCAA tournaments, has signed an extension with the school through the 2023-24 season.
Mike Brey, who has a 403-201 record at Notre Dame and has led the Irish to 12 NCAA tournament berths, has agreed to an extension through the 2024-25 season.
Ashton Hagans is hoping to reclassify to 2018, allowing him to step into the role created by Shai Gilgeous-Alexander's departure.
Austin Wiley, who was ineligible for Auburn this past season because of violations involving recruiting, extra benefits and agents, has declared for the NBA draft.
Ohio State landed five-star junior Alonzo Gaffney on Tuesday morning, sources told ESPN. Gaffney, an in-state product who attends Garfield Heights High School, was also being recruited by North Carolina, Michigan State, Georgetown and others.