2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13W 77-71
- 11/19W 100-67
- 11/21W 104-67
- 11/2510L 80-64
- 11/26L 82-70
- 11/27W 71-66
- 12/6W 87-69
- 12/8W 92-67
- 12/12W 92-62
- 12/19L 97-83
- 12/22W 79-68
- 12/28L 83-78
- 1/125W 96-93
- 1/3W 87-85
- 1/9W 99-95
- 1/1418L 99-67
- 1/16W 89-85
- 1/20W 95-83
- 1/24L 80-75
- 1/28W 86-84
- 1/30L 98-88
- 2/3W 95-83
- 2/623L 77-72
- 2/10L 90-82
- 2/13L 81-80
- 2/18L 78-75
- 2/20W 64-53
- 2/24L 82-81
- 2/2813L 86-73
- 3/2W 99-91
- 3/9W 91-68
- 3/108L 83-77
- 3/156W 107-102
- 3/212L 93-78
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The usual suspects will likely end up with excellent classes, but there are some atypical programs, like Alabama, making inroads in 2017.
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Markelle Fultz is a likely lottery pick, but he's headed to Washington, not Duke or Kentucky. What can we expect from highly rated freshmen who turn down the Blue Devils or Wildcats?
Buddy Hield stole the spotlight last season with his game and his personality. Who will take his place this time around?
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Official visit schedule for five-star PG Trae Young: Oklahoma: Sept. 16 Texas Tech: Sept. 29 Kentucky: Oct. 14 Kansas: Oct. 21 Washington & OK State: TBD Young is No. 15 in the ESPN 100 and the No. 2 point guard.
With 1st pick in 2017 draft, Sixers would ...
Chad Ford sees Philadelphia turning its draft attention to the backcourt next summer. With any player to choose from, Ford writes the 76ers would select Washington freshman Markelle Fultz. Mock Draft 1.0 (Insider)
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.
Who's new to the Pac-12? The conversation begins with UCLA's top-5 recruiting class. Can point guard Lonzo Ball get coach Steve Alford off the hot seat and coexist with his son, Bryce?
Fultz will fly high for Huskies
This year has been good to Markelle Fultz after dominating the camp circuit. If you're in need of a guard next year in the draft, Fultz may be your man, according to Chad Ford. Ford's 2017 Big Board 1.0 (Insider)
Arizona won 49 straight games at McKale Center, a run that spanned four seasons, until Oregon ended the streak in 2015-16. How do other Pac-12 venues stack up?
Who has the best home-court advantage in the Pac-12? It will be hard to beat Arizona's McKale Center. Cast your vote.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Five-star point guard Trae Young has announced his six finalists: Oklahoma, Kansas, Kentucky, Washington, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech.
Some college hoops teams will be spending time out of the country this summer on international trips. Here's the full list of teams traveling abroad.
The 2017 draft class is shaping up to be a star-studded group. ESPN Recruiting highlights five freshmen -- including Josh Jackson --who should be on everyone's radar this upcoming season.
After posting a losing record last season, UCLA coach Steve Alford needs a strong 2016-2017 campaign. How secure is Arizona's Sean Miller? We rank the stability of each Pac-12 coach's post.
Will Young follow Porter Jr. to Seattle?
Michael Porter Jr., the No. 4 player in the ESPN 100, committed to Washington on Friday. Will he be able to convince AAU teammate Trae Young (No. 21) to follow him? Recruiting dominoes (Insider)
Porter Jr. was a lock for the Huskies after they hired his father as an assistant coach. The rangy wing gives Washington an instant matchup nightmare.
Michael Porter Jr., the No. 4 player in the Class of 2017, has committed to play at Washington -- where his godfather and father coach.
Porter likely Seattle bound
Michael Porter Jr. cut his list back in May, with Washington, Indiana, Oklahoma, Missouri and Virginia still in contention. But all signs point to Porter ending up at Washington. Post-Peach Jam updates (Insider)
Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer
Washington coach Lorenzo Romar is in Las Vegas today to watch former Huskies Dejounte Murray and Marquese Chriss.
Michael Porter Jr. makes case to be No. 1
Porter Jr., currently ESPN's No. 4 overall prospect in the 2017 class, looked like the best player in the country at the Peach Jam. Washington is considered the favorite to land the elite power forward. Peach Jam (Insider)