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S. Carolina's Martin grasps Bowen's choice
Frank Martin says he knew all along he might never get to coach Brian Bowen, whose name is part of the federal corruption case in college basketball, in a game and that he's happy Bowen had the chance to spend a few months with the Gamecocks.
Sources: Draft room likely for only collegians
The NBA draft green room possibly will not host a non-collegiate player this year, league sources told ESPN's Jonathan Givony and Adrian Wojnarowski.
Five-star Hagans to join Kentucky next season
Five-star point guard Ashton Hagans originally committed to Georgia and then planed to play for Kentucky as a member of the 2019 class; now he'll join the Wildcats next season.
Memo: NBA draft eligibility could shift by 2021
The NBA on Friday sent teams a memo indicating that "eligibility rules" for the draft may shift as early as 2021 (but no earlier), according to a copy of the memo obtained by ESPN.
Ex-Western Michigan player cleared of murder
Former Western Michigan basketball player Joeviair Kennedy was acquitted of murder in the shooting death of a fellow student but faces a possible life sentence for armed robbery and a weapons charge.
Scout's Take: Five-star Charles Bassey commits to Western Kentucky
The five-star big man reclassified from the 2019 class into 2018. He'll be a focal point for Western Kentucky on both ends of the floor.
Bassey picks W. Kentucky, reclassifies to 2018
Top-five prospect Charles Bassey has committed to Western Kentucky and will reclassify to the 2018 class, the school announced Wednesday.
Ex-Duke star Paulus hired as GW assistant
Former Duke guard Greg Paulus has been hired as an assistant basketball coach at George Washington.
Biggest offseason questions for college hoops' Way-Too-Early Top 25
Can Michigan State contend with a team built around Nick Ward? How will Mike Krzyzewski utilize Zion Williamson? Each Top 25 team has a pressing question to answer this summer.
Behind the Bracket: Big Ten bolstered by high-profile returnees
After a dismal NCAA tournament showing in 2017-18, the Big Ten can expect a better haul next season. Plus, Arizona returns to the field after an impressive recruiting rebuild.