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2017 Schedule
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Seven to attend Kings' 10th draft workout

The Sacramento Kings will bring in Arizona G Kobi Simmons, Michigan G Derrick Walton, Cincinnati G Troy Caupain, Richmond F T.J. Cline, Eastern Washington F Jacob Wiley, Middle Tennessee F Reggie Upshaw and California F Ivan Rabb for a pre-draft workout Friday.

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Hawks to work out six Wednesday

The Hawks announced they'll be hosting six prospects Wednesday for a pre-draft workout: Gonzaga C Przemek Karnowski, Cal G Jabari Bird, Loyola (Ill.) G Milton Doyle, Lehigh F/C Tim Kempton, Middle Tennessee F Reggie Upshaw, Colorado G Derrick White.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

UT-Rio Grande Valley transfer Antonio Green told ESPN he's heard from Ole Miss, Miss State, Georgia Tech, UAB, Middle Tennessee and others.

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Jazz announce Wednesday's workout participants

The six pre-draft prospects Utah will be hosting on Wednesday include SMU swingman Semi Ojeleye, Middle Tennessee State forward JaCorey Williams, Arizona center Chance Comanche, Senegal 7-foot-4 big man Youssoupha Fall, Arizona State forward Obinna Oleka and Croatian forward Leo Cizmic.

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Sixers to work out six prospects on Monday

The Philadelphia 76ers will conduct pre-draft workouts with G Melo Trimble (Maryland), G Isaiah Briscoe (Kentucky), F Tyler Cavanaugh (George Washington), G Tahjere McCall (Tennessee State), G Derrick White (Colorado) and F Reggie Upshaw (Middle Tennessee).

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The six pre-draft workout participants for the Pistons on Tuesday include UCLA big man Ike Anigbogu, Florida State center Michael Ojo, Middle Tennessee State forward Reggie Upshaw Jr., Weber State guard Jeremy Senglin, Loyola-Chicago guard Milton Doyle and Central Florida guard Matt Williams. Detroit currently owns just one pick (12th overall) in this year's draft.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Gardner-Webb transfer Laquincy Rideau has already visited Florida Gulf Coast. Heads to Middle Tennessee today, South Florida this weekend, and UMass on Monday. 14.2 PPG, 5.2 APG, 3.0 SPG.

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King leaves 'Bama for MTSU as grad transfer

Former Memphis and Alabama forward Nick King, who played only seven games this season with a lung infection, will play for Middle Tennessee next season as a graduate transfer.

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Middle Tennessee's Davis gets new contract

Having led the Blue Raiders to NCAA tournament wins the past two years, coach Kermit Davis has agreed to a new seven-year contract with Middle Tennessee.

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Butler beats MTSU to get back to Sweet 16

Kelan Martin scored 19 points, and Butler limited Middle Tennessee's athletic scorers with smothering defense in a 74-65 win Saturday night to advance to the Sweet 16.

John Gasaway ESPN Insider 

In terms of upward programmatic mobility in the current century, it's very difficult to beat Butler's body of work. The Bulldogs have achieved both tournament success and the jump into the major-conference ranks. Now Chris Holtmann has BU in the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2011. At this rate of ascent, Butler will be in the NBA by 2019.

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

Butler beats Middle Tennessee State 74-65. The ViewFromVegas is the Bulldogs also covered as 2.5-point favorites. MTSU was a popular underdog play by bettors in Vegas as the line dropped from Butler -4.5 to -2.5. The game stayed just under the average closing total of 139.5 points as MTSU missed its final shot and then didn't foul Butler in the last 26 seconds.

Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

Butler is back in the Sweet 16. And if the Bulldogs continue playing this well, there's no reason they can't make another run to the Final Four. No. 4 seed Butler outlasted No. 12 seed Middle Tennessee 74-65 in Milwaukee, showcasing tremendous balance and versatility. The Bulldogs withstood a furious late-game rally after the Blue Raiders cut their deficit from 12 to three points. Butler last made the Sweet 16 in 2011, when it reached its second straight national championship game. It's a different team with a different coach now, but this group is battle-tested and capable of producing a big tournament.

Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

Butler has been holding Middle Tennessee at bay for most of this game. The Bulldogs have shredded the Blue Raiders' half-court trap for a couple of easy buckets. MTSU has to string together a few stops now to have a chance at the upset.

Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

Middle Tennessee made a nice run late in the first half to come back from a 13-point deficit. Butler entered halftime leading 36-31, but the Blue Raiders have to feel good about this being a two-possession game. Middle Tennessee's half-court trapping defense can be difficult to deal with and could provide a spark in the second half.

Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

Butler buried all four of its 3-point attempts in the first 10 minutes of the opening half to seize early control against Middle Tennessee. This Bulldogs team is so versatile and has playmaking guards who can also get to the rim. The Blue Raiders' biggest advantage will have to be their frontcourt.

Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

We are underway for No. 4 seed Butler against No. 12 seed Middle Tennessee in Milwaukee. Butler hasn't reached a Sweet 16 since 2011, while Middle Tennessee has never advanced to the Sweet 16.

Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

Butler and Middle Tennessee are warming up about an hour from tipoff. The winner advances to play the North Carolina/Arkansas winner in the Sweet 16 on Friday.

Team Stats

Points Per Game74.9130th
Rebounds Per Game35.4202nd
Assists Per Game15.462nd
Points Allowed63.923rd

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record3-8
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances8