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2017 Schedule
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Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

Louisville official says school hasn't decided yet about bid for NCAA men's first and second round in March. So far Providence, Furman for Greenville, S.C., are in with South Carolina going to as well. This is to replace Greensboro, N.C., after NCAA pulled tourney out due to HB2 law.

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South Carolina considers bid for NCAA tourney

South Carolina is considering a bid for the NCAA men's basketball tournament first- and second-round games that were removed from North Carolina over its HB2 law.

Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

South Carolina confirms to ESPN that the Gamecocks will also put in a bid to host the 2017 NCAA men's tournament first and second round.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Other key visits this weekend… • Five-star forward Jarred Vanderbilt (No. 23) heads to TCU for an unofficial visit. The Horned Frogs have moved into a good spot for Vanderbilt since hiring Corey Barker, Vanderbilt's cousin, as an assistant coach. Former New Mexico center Nikola Skecic will also be on campus. • Tennessee welcomes Isaiah Stokes (No. 60) and four-star forward Tyler Polley. • No. 51 Ethan Thompson heads to Oregon State for his official visit. The Beavers' conducted an in-home visit on Sunday, and they have the edge in his recruitment: Thompson's father is an assistant coach and his brother plays for the Beavers. • Xavier Tillman (No. 75) takes his official visit to Michigan State, two weeks after going there on an unofficial visit. Purdue, Florida and Marquette are also in the mix. • Justin Smith (No. 80) cut his list to four this week, and will visit Villanova this weekend. He took a trip to Indiana last weekend, was at Xavier earlier this month, and will visit Stanford later this month. • Anthony Gaines (Butler), Devontae Shuler (South Carolina), Evan Battey (Miami), Jamal Cain (Marquette), Abu Kigab (Illinois), Victor Uyaelunmo (USC), Darryl Morsell (Notre Dame) and C.J. Roberts (Missouri) are some other visits to keep an eye on.

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39dC.L. Brown

What college hoops teams learned on overseas trips

It's not a vacation: Teams get to go abroad once every four years, so they better get something out of it. What did each traveling squad learn this summer? We go through the list.


Watch: Former college stars play for $2 million

Overseas Elite, a team comprised primarily of former college stars playing professionally in other countries trails underdog Team Colorado 46-36 at halftime in the championship game of The Basketball Tournament. Can Elite make a comeback with $2 million on the line? Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

South Carolina takes over SEC Network

The 24-hour South Carolina marathon begins at midnight on SEC Network. Among the great Gamecocks games being replayed on Friday are the 1997 basketball victory over Kentucky, the 2010 College World Series and the 2011 football win vs. rival Clemson. Full schedule

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73dJeff Goodman

SEC stability: Is Kentucky John Calipari's last job?

The NBA will keep calling John Calipari. But will he ever answer? Don't count on it. He's a fixture in Lexington. Our stability rankings look at who else is solid in the SEC and who isn't so set.

Will Gamecocks get another tourney win?

South Carolina hasn't won an NCAA tournament game since 1973 and agonizingly missed the Dance this season. Will the streak stop next March? Teams with tourney struggles (Insider)

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157dJeff Borzello

Ex-Delaware G Holden transferring to S. Carolina

Kory Holden, the No. 2 available transfer in ESPN's rankings after averaging 17.7 points last season for Delaware, is transferring to South Carolina.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Delaware transfer Kory Holden has committed to South Carolina, he told ESPN.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Delaware transfer Kory Holden tells ESPN he is down to three schools: Baylor, Virginia Tech, South Carolina. 17.7 PPG. Will sit next season and have two years of eligibility. He's No. 2 in our transfer rankings.


Seth Emerson, Frank Martin, Jacob Eason

Paul is joined by Seth Emerson of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and South Carolina coach Frank Martin to discuss the Gamecock's accidental tournament invite.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Delaware transfer Kory Holden is down to five: Kansas, Baylor, Virginia Tech, South Carolina, Seton Hall.

Finebaum's Final Thought: NCAA mishaps (2:03)

Team Stats

Points Per Game77.0
Rebounds Per Game30.0
Assists Per Game18.5
Points Allowed74.5Tied-71st

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record4-9
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances8