2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13W 82-55
- 11/174W 79-73
- 11/20W 92-46
- 11/23W 89-65
- 11/26W 99-68
- 11/27W 77-67
- 11/29W 77-64
- 12/224W 71-67
- 12/5W 76-33
- 12/9W 78-35
- 12/12W 58-52
- 12/19W 78-58
- 12/22W 99-93
- 12/29L 83-70
- 1/2W 69-61
- 1/7W 79-54
- 1/10W 92-65
- 1/1416L 76-59
- 1/17L 77-76
- 1/20L 72-71
- 1/237W 74-65
- 1/28W 76-45
- 1/31W 96-62
- 2/6W 89-73
- 2/918L 82-81
- 2/14W 88-69
- 2/18W 69-57
- 2/23W 81-62
- 2/28W 88-57
- 3/2W 97-66
- 3/5W 91-76
- 3/11W 81-54
- 3/1218W 64-61
- 3/1313W 66-62
- 3/1815L 90-81
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Perennial college basketball powers Duke, Kentucky, Kansas and Michigan State have renewed their deals with the Champions Classic through 2019.
With 26th pick in draft, Nets would ...
Chad Ford consoles Brooklyn fans writing that, despite the infamous 2013 trade with Boston putting the Nets this low, there's still quality to tab. That includes Michigan State freshman Miles Bridges, whose primary need is improved shooting. Mock Draft 1.0 (Insider)
Everyone knows where NBA stars went to school, but what about non-basketball alumni? From Burt Reynolds to Bing Crosby, we looked at a noteworthy person from each top-25 team's school.
Dana O'Neil ESPN Senior Writer
Tom Izzo has played on an aircraft carrier and at military bases. He's visited Rupp Arena and the Dean Dome. In fact the coach who says he will play anyone anywhere has played just about everywhere. But when Penn State coach Patrick Chambers texted Izzo with a pseudo-neutral site league game, Izzo realized he'd never played at the Palestra. Now with the Big Ten signing off on it, Izzo can check the historic gym off his bucket list. Penn State, with six Philly guys on its roster, will host Michigan State on January 7 at the Palestra. "It was a no brainier," Izzo said.
Green adds gold medal to his honors
Former Michigan State star Draymond Green led the Spartans to two Final Fours. As a member of the Golden State Warriors, he won the 2015 NBA title. Now, he's an Olympic gold medalist. Team USA saves best for last
For some players, this season can be make-or-break. In the case of Oregon's Dillon Brooks, it's a little of both. We look at the guys with the most at stake on each top 25 team.
Gary Trent Jr. cut his list to five schools on Tuesday: Arizona, Duke, Kentucky, Michigan State and UCLA. Which teams are in good shape for him?
What do Virginia coach Tony Bennett and Jack Nicholson's character from "A Few Good Men" have in common? It turns out every college basketball team has a motion picture that defines it.
The Big Ten can be -- how to say this nicely -- plodding. But Michigan State's newcomers are likely to make the Big Ten not just good, but exciting. And you know, the Spartans aren't alone.
Every top-25 college basketball team has a player whose skills could translate to the football field. UConn's Rodney Purvis, for example, could be a powerful running back.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
No. 1 shooting guard Gary Trent Jr. tells ESPN his final five: Arizona, Duke, Kentucky, Michigan State, UCLA.
The Big Ten has some historic venues. Cast your vote for the toughest place to play.
Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer
We've seen the Miles Bridges highlights this summer. The maxed out vertical. The time he hit his head on a rim in a summer pro/am game. But the thing that surprises me is how big he is. He's a powerful young guy. Looks like a grown man out there with the other Nike Skills Academy collegiate veterans.
The Atlanta Hawks have signed undrafted rookie free agent center Matt Costello of Michigan State.
The Big Ten has led the nation in college basketball attendance for 40 years. So where is the toughest place to steal a win: MSU's Breslin Center, IU's Assembly Hall or Wisconsin's Kohl Center?
With the game on the line, some players are better suited than others to have the ball in their hands. Each top-25 team has a player who should have the rock in the game's final seconds.
Some Big Ten coaches, such as Minnesota's Richard Pitino, sit squarely on the hot seat. Others, such as Michigan State's Tom Izzo, are untouchable. How do they all stack up?
Former Spartans in TBT action
The Basketball Tournament cuts its field to 16 teams today in the race to win $2 million. MSU alums, Spartan Heroes, take on Marquette's squad, Golden Eagles Alumni, in Chicago today. Spartan Heroes defeated Ohio United on Saturday with former MSU guard Brandon Wood, the team's GM, scoring 19 points. Bracket
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