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  1. Tanveer Bhullar commits to New Mexico State, joins brother Sim (PICTURE)

    Jul 17, 2013, 8:30 AM EST

    CIA Bounce

    New Mexico State landed a late commitment to its incoming class on Tuesday, though, the latest addition has a familiar name. Tanveer Bhullar, brother of the Aggies’ 7-foot-5 rising sophomore center Sim Bhullar, announced his decision to join New Mexico State via his own Instagram account. The younger Bhullar had interest Oklahoma, Oregon, Wichita State,…

  2. Kansas forward Andrew Wiggins first Canadian to win Gatorade Athlete of the Year

    Jul 16, 2013, 11:10 PM EST

    Prep Athlete of Year

    Andrew Wiggins is already making headlines in Lawrence, but on Tuesday he was once again honored for his success on the hardwood in his senior season. The Huntington Prep (W.Va.) small forward became the first Canadian to win the Gatorade High School Male Athlete of the Year. Wiggins was presented with the award on Tuesday night…

  3. Adria Gasol, UCLA walk-on and Pau’s and Marc’s brother, tweets about George Zimmerman

    Jul 16, 2013, 10:10 PM EST

    Adria Gasol

    It’s been a rough few years for the storied UCLA men’s basketball program. After a few seasons with issues on-and-off the floor it appeared to be heading in a better direction under the new leadership of Steve Alford. But his tenure in Westwood didn’t get off on the right foot. The Bruins have had problems…

  4. Kent State awarded $1.2 million in breach of contract lawsuit against former coach Geno Ford

    Jul 16, 2013, 9:00 PM EST

    Geno Ford

    Kent State University was awarded $1.2 million by a Portage County Common Pleas judge in a breach of contract lawsuit against former head coach Geno Ford on Tuesday morning. Ford had left Kent State for the same position at Bradley University in 2011. The lawsuit, which was filed in April 2011, alleged that Ford had no permission…

  5. Isaiah Whitehead-Ja’Quan Newton package deal is ‘serious,’ could take official visit to Minnesota

    Jul 16, 2013, 8:15 PM EST


    ARDSLEY, N.Y. — A few tweets sent three weeks ago, and another college basketball package deal was born. Isaiah Whitehead (Lincoln High/Brooklyn, N.Y.) and Ja’Quan Newton (Neumann-Goretti/Philadelphia, Pa.) initially confirmed the rumors to Jeff Borzello of CBS Sports on June 28. Following the first July live period this weekend, Whitehead continued to fuel the fire…

  6. Colorado quarterback Shane Dillon quits football, will transfer to play college basketball

    Jul 16, 2013, 6:45 PM EST

    Colorado Athletics

    After spending his first season at Colorado as a redshirt quarterback, Shane Dillon has elected to transfer from the university in order to pursue a college basketball career. “I’ve grown up playing basketball my entire life, I’ve always been a basketball kid and have played since I was 4 years old,” Dillon said in a…

  7. John Calipari’s book about Kentucky to be released in 2014

    Jul 16, 2013, 5:25 PM EST

    APTOPIX Final Four Kentucky Kansas Basketball

    John Calipari is entering his fifth season as the head coach at the University of Kentucky, amassing 123 victories, two Final Four appearances, and of course, the program’s eighth national championship in 2012. Coach Cal has put together a highly-touted recruiting class, looking to add another banner in the spring of 2014, though, the UK…

  8. Louisville to visit the White House on July 23, says Rick Pitino

    Jul 16, 2013, 4:35 PM EST

    Michigan v Louisville

    This time next week the national champion Louisville Cardinals will be in the Nation’s Capital to meet President Barack Obama for their congratulatory visit to the White House. Head coach Rick Pitino broke the news earlier on Monday during a radio appearance on WHAS with Terry Meiners. “It’s very much an educational trip and a once-in-a-lifetime…

  9. Report: Marcus Smart invited to Team USA minicamp

    Jul 16, 2013, 3:30 PM EST

    Marcus Smart, Angel Rodriguez, Nino Williams, Le'Bryan Nash

    Marcus Smart had a chance to be a top five pick — potentially the No. 1 pick — in the 2013 NBA Draft had he gone pro. As you know by now, he didn’t, which is one of the major reasons that Kansas isn’t considered a shoe-in for their 10th straight Big 12 title. At…

  10. Georges Niang, Fred Hoiberg, and an offer from the Celtics?

    Jul 16, 2013, 2:36 PM EST

    Fred Hoiberg

    A couple times this summer, we’ve talked about Fred Hoiberg and the chance that his next move as a coach is to the NBA. We weren’t alone, either. Not after Brad Stevens took Boston’s head coaching job. Not when one of the topics of conversation that popped up on every radio spot that I did…

  11. Seton Hall lands commitment from Ismael Sanogo

    Jul 16, 2013, 1:24 PM EST

    Kevin Willard

    Kevin Willard got on the board with his first commitment in the Class of 2014, as 6-foot-7 combo-forward Ismael Sanogo announced his intention to go to Seton Hall on Tuesday, which just so happened to be his 17th birthday. Sanogo is a product of the NJ Roadrunners AAU program and attends Newark East Side high…

  12. July may be tiresome, but there’s little the NCAA can do to fix that

    Jul 16, 2013, 12:59 PM EST


    Yesterday, I wrote about the current July evaluation period structure — three five-day recruiting periods in a 19 day span, broken up by a pair of Mondays and Tuesdays — and the fact that a number of coaches and people involved with high-level recruits believed that it wasn’t the best option. I ended on this…

  13. UCLA’s Wanaah Bail out four months after knee surgery

    Jul 16, 2013, 12:07 PM EST

    Texas Tech transfer and UCLA signee Wanaah Bail will be out for the next four months after undergoing surgery to repair torn cartilage in his left knee. The surgery happened on June 28th, meaning that barring any setbacks, Bail should be ready to return to the court by the time the season starts in November, although…

  14. Jalen Lindsey’s commitment to Providence a sign of good things to come

    Jul 16, 2013, 11:00 AM EST

    Jalen Lindsey

    The turnaround isn’t yet complete, but you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone that isn’t going to be raving about the job that Ed Cooley has done in his first two-plus years at Providence. For the first time since 2009, Cooley got Providence into the NIT, where the Friars advanced to the quarterfinals. That’s not necessarily…

  15. Goodluck Okonoboh passed up a shot at the NBA Draft green room

    Jul 15, 2013, 10:17 PM EST

    2013 NBA Draft

    Goodluck Okonoboh could’ve sat in a spot reserved for the elite college and international players last month, but decided against it. Turns out the Massachusetts prep star decided against hanging with his buddy Nerlens Noel at the NBA Draft. And his reasoning was justified. “I didn’t really want to go to the green room, I’m…

  16. Two possessions enough to change an opinion on ’15 combo-guard Jon Davis?

    Jul 15, 2013, 7:15 PM EST


    PHILADELPHIA — Jon Davis had put on a good performance through the first day and a half at the Reebok Breakout Classic, an elite camp structured around games for 100 or so of the nation’s elite prospects. A 6-foot-2 combo-guard in the Class of 2015, Davis plays for the DC Assault and already holds offers…

  17. Does D’Angelo Harrison returning make St. John’s a tournament team?

    Jul 15, 2013, 5:12 PM EST

    D'Angelo Harrison

    D’Angelo Harrison’s career at St. John’s is not over yet. The fiery scoring guard was suspended from the team for the rest of the season on March 1st for a series of team rule violations and insubordination. But when you average 17.8 points as a sophomore, it’s not that easy to cut the cord, which…

  18. Is the new schedule for July’s evaluation periods too much of a grind?

    Jul 15, 2013, 3:24 PM EST

    Sean Miller

    This July marks the second year of the NCAA’s new schedule regarding the summer’s live-recruiting period. In the past, there have two two ten-day evaluation periods in July, with a week and a half in between them. The new rules lessen the number of days that coaches can be on the road recruiting, but they…

  19. Roy Williams: PJ Hairston ‘has made serious mistakes and there will be serious consequences’

    Jul 15, 2013, 2:31 PM EST

    North Carolina v Texas

    Roy Williams has finally commented on PJ Hairston, North Carolina’s leading returning scorer that has managed to turn himself into college basketball’s messiest offseason storyline. A quick recap? Hairston was arrested for driving a 2013 GMC Yukon on a suspended license. There was weed in the car and a gun found outside of it, although…

  20. Report: Taran Buie not admitted into Siena

    Jul 15, 2013, 2:13 PM EST


    The long and winding road that has been Taran Buie’s collegiate career has taken another turn, as Mark Singelais is reporting that Siena has decided not to admit Buie into school. Buie is Talor Battle’s half-brother and originally attended Penn State, but after an off-campus fight and a suspension for violating team-rules, Buie got the…