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.
2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13W 88-49
- 11/16W 102-76
- 11/19W 86-65
- 11/23L 82-78
- 11/24W 83-73
- 11/25L 72-69
- 11/30W 112-70
- 12/27L 94-74
- 12/5W 92-59
- 12/9W 90-65
- 12/12W 105-60
- 12/19W 80-73
- 12/22W 99-72
- 12/30W 79-72
- 1/2W 79-69
- 1/5W 59-58
- 1/10W 85-60
- 1/16W 70-63
- 1/19W 103-69
- 1/23W 89-57
- 1/26L 82-79
- 1/30W 74-68
- 2/2W 80-67
- 2/6L 68-63
- 2/114W 85-78
- 2/148L 88-69
- 2/17W 80-64
- 2/2017W 77-73
- 2/25W 74-47
- 3/116W 81-78
- 3/614W 80-62
- 3/11L 72-69
- 3/1712W 99-74
- 3/194W 73-67
- 3/251L 101-86
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Not surprisingly, John Calipari and Kentucky are in for many of the highest-profile ESPN 100 players, including No. 1 DeAndre Ayton.
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Chad Ford isn't sure Indiana sophomore OG Anunoby will still be on the board at this slot. The 6-foot-8 forward exited the ranks of the overlooked last March with his performance in the NCAA tournament. Mock Draft 1.0 (Insider0
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.
Dan Feeney named All-American again
The Indiana senior guard was a first-team selection as a junior and now gets the preseason nod from ESPN. Feeney has allowed just one sack in his career. All-American team
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.
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Five-star forward Kris Wilkes tells ESPN he's down to Indiana, Illinois, Xavier, UCLA and UConn.
Wichita State's coach lost his cool during an exhibition game in Canada, which evoked memories from some of college hoops' most epic outbursts.
What do Virginia coach Tony Bennett and Jack Nicholson's character from "A Few Good Men" have in common? It turns out every college basketball team has a motion picture that defines it.
Now that the most difficult venues from each conference have been determined, it's time to settle the final score. Will Duke, Kansas or Indiana win it?
The Big Ten can be -- how to say this nicely -- plodding. But Michigan State's newcomers are likely to make the Big Ten not just good, but exciting. And you know, the Spartans aren't alone.
Two Hoosiers on the first Big Board
Chad Ford recalls OG Anunoby's breakout NCAA tourney, in which he shut down Jamal Murray in the second round. He also names Thomas Bryant on his list of top NBA draft prospects. Ford's 2017 Big Board 1.0 (Insider)
Every top-25 college basketball team has a player whose skills could translate to the football field. UConn's Rodney Purvis, for example, could be a powerful running back.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
ESPN 100 Deng Gak tells ESPN he is down to five schools: Miami, Florida, Indiana, Duke, Kansas.
The Big Ten has some historic venues. Cast your vote for the toughest place to play.
Recent Griz signees are long shots
Memphis added forwards Troy Williams from Indiana and D.J. Stephens, who played for the Memphis Tigers. Kevin Pelton writes that it's unlikely either opens the season on the Grizzlies' roster. Rating latest NBA deals (Insider)
In the absence of big-time scorers like Buddy Hield and Georges Niang, some players on premier college basketball teams will be asked to do more this season.
The Big Ten has led the nation in college basketball attendance for 40 years. So where is the toughest place to steal a win: MSU's Breslin Center, IU's Assembly Hall or Wisconsin's Kohl Center?
No. 6 Golden Eagles Alumni vs. No. 7 Armored Athlete
A lot of Tom Crean's former players square off in The Basketball Tournament. Christian Watford and other ex-Hoosiers lead Armored Athlete vs. Marquette alums in the Super 16 round. Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN
With the game on the line, some players are better suited than others to have the ball in their hands. Each top-25 team has a player who should have the rock in the game's final seconds.
Former stars Marshall Henderson and Mike Bibby join alums from Syracuse, Kansas, Indiana, Marquette, Gonzaga, Florida, Cincinnati and more in the Super 16 field of The Basketball Tournament.
Some Big Ten coaches, such as Minnesota's Richard Pitino, sit squarely on the hot seat. Others, such as Michigan State's Tom Izzo, are untouchable. How do they all stack up?
There are four top-50 prospects from the state of Indiana in the 2017 class -- will the Hoosiers strike out on all four? They have work to do.
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