Gonzaga's big jump
Gonzaga moved into the top 10 in the latest Class Rankings, as Mark Few builds another top class for 2019.
What's next for LSU basketball after suspending Wade?
Mark Schlabach reacts to the news of LSU head coach Will Wade being suspended indefinitely and wonders how the school will handle guard Javonte Smart.
Report: NBA formally proposes age limit of 18
Reducing the NBA's draft-eligible age requirement from 19 to 18 is one step closer after the league formally proposed the rule change to the players' union, USA Today reported.
A new breed of basketball school arises for high school grads trying to catch on with a college team
Rocktop Academy is part of an emerging trend catering to non-elite players.
Three top-10 prospects off roster for Nike event
James Wiseman, Cole Anthony and Vernon Carey made the U.S. roster for the 2019 Nike Hoop Summit, while Anthony Edwards, Jaden McDaniels and Kahlil Whitney were among those who didn't make the team.
Homegrown Edwards is UGA's 1st 5-star recruit
Georgia product Anthony Edwards is staying at home, committing to the Bulldogs and becoming the first five-star recruit in the basketball program's history.
Anthony Edwards brings Donovan Mitchell-like skills to Georgia
New Georgia Bulldogs commit Anthony Edwards is only 17, but his skills invite comparisons to multiple NBA standouts.
2019 McDonald's All-American rosters revealed
Rachel Nichols, Tracy McGrady and Jackie MacMullan of The Jump announce the rosters for the 2019 Boys' McDonald's All-American game.
No. 1 prospect Wiseman leads McDonald's rosters
Rosters for the McDonald's All American Game were announced Thursday and feature 20 of the top 22 players in the ESPN 100, including uncommitted players Cole Anthony, Anthony Edwards, Jaden McDaniels, Matthew Hurt, Precious Achiuwa and Trendon Watford.
Post-Hoophall Hot Board and what's on the line for Kansas-Kentucky
The victor of Kansas-Kentucky will finally control its narrative after early-season questions.
Elite point guard Nico Mannion is a centerpiece of Arizona's No. 1 class for 2019.