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The 2018-19 college basketball season gets off to a roaring start when Kentucky and Duke face off in Indianapolis in the Champions Classic.
LaMelo Ball, who played professionally in Lithuania and then in the Junior Basketball Association, will enroll and again play high school basketball at Spire Institute in Ohio.
The betting public loves Duke to win the title. Villanova is 93-56-1 ATS over the past five seasons. Here are all the CBB betting nuggets to know.
Who will be college basketball's player of the year? We'll know for sure by March, but find out which players made the preseason top 50 list for the Wooden Award.
See where your favorite team lands in Joe Lunardi 's tournament bracket.
Who makes the Final Four? Will UK, KU, Duke or someone else cut down the nets? Our experts make their picks.
Blue Devils vs. Wildcats. Not a bad way to start the season, huh? The blue bloods meet in Champions Classic, but this could just be a trailer for April.
Kentucky's John Calipari and Duke's Mike Krzyzewski have flourished pursuing one-and-done prospects, but which coach has done it better?
Get ready for the 2019 NBA draft with all of the videos from our experts.
Duke is the big Champions Classic draw. Our experts preview the Blue Devils' draft prospects and more standouts.
The consensus favorites to win the national championship -- the Duke Blue Devils -- are underdogs in their first game as the men's college basketball season tips off.
Alabama guard Riley Norris will miss the start of the men's basketball season after having a procedure done on his heart.
Forward Micah Potter is transferring away from Ohio State two days before the Buckeyes' season opener.
Kentucky says junior guard Brad Calipari will redshirt this season.
Here's what NBA scouts will be watching early in the college basketball season.
Time break out the crystal ball and look into the future. We'll tell you what's ahead for Duke's Zion Williamson, the Big Ten, an SEC surprise and much more.
Jalen Lecque is a year removed from his original graduating class and turns 19 in the calendar year of the draft, so he appears to have a strong case for going straight from high school to the NBA draft, sources told ESPN.
UCLA said Friday that Cody Riley injured his jaw in practice Wednesday, but the team didn't provide any details.
Remember Loyola-Chicago? The Ramblers are back to cause more trouble - and they aren't alone.
Zion Williamson is already famous, and he hasn't even played a college game yet. That changes Tuesday when No. 4 Duke opens with No. 2 Kentucky, and the world will be watching.