Bagley reclassifies to 2017, selects Duke.
Marvin Bagley III, who was the top player in the Class of 2018, will join Duke earlier than expected as a member of the Class of 2017.
No. 1 Bagley to classify for 2017, play at Duke
Marvin Bagley III, the nation's No. 1 high school senior, says he is reclassifying to the Class of 2017 and will play at Duke this upcoming season as a freshman.
Marvin Bagley just made it Duke and everyone else
Marvin Bagley's decision to play for Duke -- and play this season -- shifts the college landscape. Arizona is good. Kansas is good. Michigan State is good. But Bagley's choice has everyone looking up at Duke -- again.
Bol Bol and others whose summer numbers predict college hoops success
The summer evaluation period has ended, and these players saw their college stock soar after distinguishing themselves with strong numbers.
Bagley III could be the next Bosh.
Jeff Goodman compares Marvin Bagley III to Chris Bosh as a pro, saying his size is what separates him from others.
Scout's Take: How Marvin Bagley fits in at Duke
Maybe fits in isn't the right way to put it, because Marvin Bagley will be a difference-maker for a loaded Duke team.
Scout's Take: ESPN 100 PG Tre Jones commits to Duke
Tre Jones, the No. 19 overall prospect in the Class of 2018, made his college decision today as he selected Duke over Minnesota, Oregon, Ohio State, USC and UCLA .
ESPN 100 PG Tre Jones commits to Duke
Tre Jones is hoping to carry Duke to the same heights his brother Tyus did during his time in Durham. Jones committed to the Blue Devils on Sunday, giving coach Mike Krzyzewski the country's No. 4 point guard in the 2018 class.
Texas lands another top-100 commit in Liddell
Forward Gerald Liddell, ranked No. 32 in the ESPN 100, became the second top-100 player from the Class of 2018 to commit to Texas in the past seven days, joining Brock Cunningham.
J. Porter reclassifies, to join bro, dad at Mizzou
Jontay Porter is reclassifying and will play alongside his brother, Michael Porter Jr., at Missouri, where their father is an assistant coach.
Quinerly, No. 3 PG in 2018, chooses Arizona
The Wildcats got their second five-star prospect Tuesday, when point guard Jahvon Quinerly, the No. 16 overall player in the ESPN 100, committed to Arizona over Villanova.
Hoops team featuring Bol forfeits over refs
The Midwest Flight team, which features five-star recruit Bol Bol, walked off the court in the middle of a game this past weekend in protest of the referees. It happened two weeks after LaVar Ball's team forfeited a game after he received a technical.
Stephen A.: LaVar has ventured beyond obnoxiousness.
Stephen A. Smith blames Adidas for tolerating LaVar Ball's action during its basketball tournament and calls out LaVar's behavior for affecting other children besides his own.
Barrett, No. 1 player in '19, reclassifies to '18
R.J. Barrett, the top-ranked player in the Class of 2019, has reclassified and is now part of the Class of 2018.
Harden, Paul link up with future lotto pick.
Marvin Bagley III, the No. 1 player in the 2018 ESPN 100, nets a pair of nice finishes on dimes from the Rockets' new backcourt.
USC commit Cherry injures ankle.
Taeshon Cherry, the No. 20 player in the 2018 ESPN 100, lands awkwardly on a rebound attempt and is forced to leave The 8 Bracket Championship. He will undergo X-rays on his left ankle.
Williamson stars on both ends in rout.
Zion Williamson, ESPN's No. 2 ranked player in the 2018 class, posts a highlight dunk and block each in leading SC Supreme to an 84-59 win over Team BBC.
Williamson gets way up for the jam.
High school star Zion Williamson lifts off from just inside the dotted circle and takes it way above the rim for a powerful dunk.
LaMelo nears triple-double in win.
LaMelo Ball rebounds from a loss against Zion Williamson with 38 points, 10 boards and 9 assists as Big Baller Brand defeats Play Hard Play Smart 111-102.
LaMelo and Zion take center stage in AAU showdown.
LaMelo Ball and Zion Williamson both put up monster performances in front of a monster-sized crowd.
Ball's big night not enough in loss to Williamson's squad.
In a matchup of two of high school basketball's biggest stars, Zion Williamson leads SC Supreme over LaMelo Ball's Big Ballers 104-92.
Ball's turnover leads to Williamson's dagger.
Zion Williamson swipes LaMelo Ball's pass and takes it the other way for a one-handed hammer to put the game out of reach.
LaMelo hits fancy layup.
LaMelo Ball drives and gets the scoop layup to fall.
Zion Williamson rises up for the alley-oop.
The No. 2 player in 2018 ESPN 100 continues his habit of throwing down monster jams.
Williamson, Ball duel for three straight plays.
High school dunking sensation Zion Williamson adds to his highlight reel, but LaMelo Ball answers with a preposterously deep 3-pointer. Williamson gets the last laugh with an and-1 layup.
The 2017 classes are in the books. We started expecting Duke and Kentucky to remain on top. Besides a few twists and turns, and the usual drama, that's how we ended up.