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Duke is at the top. North Carolina, Virginia, Louisville and Syracuse will be close behind. The ACC is always king in college basketball, but this year's league could be deeper than ever.
To be a top 25 team, you need to get players. To get players, you have to have recruiters who can close the deal. That's why it helps teams in the top 25 to have these guys on staff.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
ESPN 100 shooting guard Ethan Thompson (No. 51) will announce his college choice later today. Thompson took an official visit to Oregon State this past weekend; his father is an assistant coach on Wayne Tinkle's staff and his brother is a sophomore guard for the Beavers. Syracuse is also involved.
Everybody needs something to put on a sign, bumper sticker or hat, right? Here's what each team in our top 25 will be slapping on everything. You can just see Coach K with a button, can't you?
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
ESPN 100 No. 27 Matt Coleman is down to Duke, Kansas, Texas, Syracuse and Stanford.
Official visit season is in full swing, and two five-stars will make campus trips this weekend. Some high-majors will be on commitment watch, as well.
The number of high-level point guards remaining is shrinking. UConn won this week. What does that mean for other programs?
Syracuse bolstered its roster, while Ohio State saw its fall apart. Watching the transfer list can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on who you root for.
Just because big things are expected from your team doesn't mean it will be smooth sailing. Here's what each of the coaches in our top 25 have to worry about.
Right now, college hoops players are focused on walking the walk. But once their careers are over, who can talk the talk? It's time to find the best future announcers in college basketball.
Andrew White, a 6-foot-6 wing who previously played at Kansas and Nebraska, told ESPN he will play this season for Jim Boeheim and the Orange.
College basketball isn't that far off. Really, it isn't. A Duke player still leads our updated rundown of the best players in the land, but it isn't the same one as in April.
Not surprisingly, John Calipari and Kentucky are in for many of the highest-profile ESPN 100 players, including No. 1 DeAndre Ayton.
Carmelo Anthony's college coach, Jim Boeheim, says it's "unlikely" that the Knicks star ever wins an NBA title.
With 21st pick in draft, Pacers would ...
Chad Ford tabs Syracuse sophomore Tyler Lydon. Ford notes the 6-foot-8 forward combines excellent inside defense with a dangerous shot. 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.
Melo makes Team USA history
On Sunday, Carmelo Anthony became the first U.S. men's basketball player to win three gold medals. He leaves Rio with a 25-point lead in career points for Team USA (336-311 over Kevin Durant). With seven rebounds vs. Serbia, he moved past David Robinson into first place in career rebounds (125-124).
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.
Duke has Harry Giles, the No. 1 overall freshman, but don't forget about Jayson Tatum, another top-three prospect who's ready to excel in Durham. They are both among the ACC's best newcomers.
The tribute to Dwayne "Pearl" Washington will include a "31" logo affixed to a sideline, at approximately the same distance from where Washington made his memorable half-court shot in 1984.
Syracuse Orange vs South Carolina Gamecocks
Barclays Center - Fri 11/25