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2018 Schedule
19-15, 6th in Big 12
Mo Bamba looking to make presence felt in NBA (0:41)
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3dMyron Medcalf

Next stop: NBA? Top talents had an early exit at NCAA tournament

With the way the tourney is shaping up, the later rounds might be lacking in future high NBA draft picks. Deandre Ayton, Collin Sexton and Trae Young all saw their seasons -- and probably their college careers -- come to an end.

Bamba still processing loss, no timetable to declare for draft (0:29)

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

A dejected Mohamed Bamba said he isn't worried about setting a timeline to make a decision whether or not to enter the NBA draft. If anything, Texas' star freshman said he's still processing a loss to Nevada that made his freshman season fall short of expectation.

John Gasaway ESPN Insider 

Nevada's reached its first round of 32 since 2007, thanks to a hard-fought 87-83 overtime victory over Texas. Kendall Stephens scored 22 points for the Wolf Pack, and Caleb Martin added 18. The game marks the first NCAA tournament win for the Mountain West Conference since 2015.

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5dAlex Scarborough

Texas star Bamba: Ready to play 40 minutes

Highly touted Texas freshman Mohamed Bamba said he's ready to play a full 40 minutes against Nevada during the Longhorns' first game of the NCAA tournament on Friday.

Texas has a golden opportunity (0:29)
Africans Abroad NCAA Conference Championships (2:09)

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas freshman Mo Bamba, after his return Thursday in a four-point loss Texas Tech, said he's pleased with how the Longhorns are playing as they head into the next round of the postseason. And Bamba is not surprised by the offensive outburst from guard Jacob Young.

Texas Tech advances to semis of Big 12 tourney (0:41)

Evans leads Texas Tech to 73-69 win over Texas in Big 12s

Keenan Evans scored 25 points, including a pretty fadeaway jumper in the closing minutes, and No. 14 Texas Tech held off hot-shooting Jacob Young and Texas for a 73-69 victory in the Big 12 tournament quarterfinals Thursday night.

Evans speaks on playing with 'bum toe' (0:43)

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Second-seeded Texas Tech staved off a Texas comeback bid, turning away the Longhorns 73-69 in the third game Thursday at the Big 12 tournament. The Longhorns cut a 14-point disadvantage to one in the second half behind a career-high 29 points off the bench from Jacob Young -- the highest-single game total by a Texas player this year -- but Tech got 25 from Keenan Evans to win its second straight after four consecutive losses. The Red Raiders will play West Virginia or Baylor in a Friday night semifinal.

Zhaire Smith makes the huge block (0:35)
Smart critical of the Longhorns (0:39)

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas freshman Mo Bamba nailed a 3 at the first-half buzzer to bring the Longhorns to within 35-28 of Texas Tech, as close as Texas has been since first three minutes of this Big 12 tournament game. Bamba, in his first action since Feb. 24, finished the opening half with seven points and four rebounds in seven minutes.

Team Stats

Points Per Game72.1222nd
Rebounds Per Game36.0135th
Assists Per Game11.6311th
Points Allowed68.881st

Tournament History

Final Fours3
Tournament Record35-36
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances33