Gonzaga said Sunday that Killian Tillie will submit his name for the NBA draft, but the junior could return to school.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6W 120-79
- 11/10W 104-67
- 11/15W 94-71
- 11/19W 84-78
- 11/20W 91-74
- 11/211W 89-87
- 11/26W 102-60
- 12/1W 103-92
- 12/5W 81-79
- 12/97L 76-73
- 12/1512L 103-90
- 12/18W 89-55
- 12/21W 101-40
- 12/28W 96-51
- 12/31W 89-54
- 1/5W 91-48
- 1/10W 67-36
- 1/12W 96-83
- 1/17W 73-55
- 1/19W 89-66
- 1/24W 98-39
- 1/31W 93-63
- 2/2W 85-69
- 2/7W 92-62
- 2/9W 94-46
- 2/14W 73-60
- 2/16W 79-67
- 2/21W 92-64
- 2/23W 102-68
- 2/28W 86-66
- 3/2W 69-55
- 3/11W 100-74
- 3/12L 60-47
- 3/2116W 87-49
- 3/239W 83-71
- 3/284W 72-58
- 3/303L 75-69
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Gonzaga sophomore guard Zach Norvell Jr. is declaring for the NBA draft.
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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer
Gonzaga sophomore Zach Norvell Jr., who declared for the 2019 NBA Draft on Saturday, tells ESPN that he plans to sign with agent and will seriously consider staying in the draft.
Assistant coach Donny Daniels is leaving Gonzaga after nine seasons, the first change on the basketball coaching staff since 2013.
Gonzaga forward Brandon Clarke plans to skip his senior year and enter the NBA draft. Clarke's 117 blocks were the most in the country this past season.
Rui Hachimura has announced he's entering the NBA draft and intends to hire an agent. The 6-foot-8 forward led Gonzaga with 19.7 points this season.
Caesars Palace has installed Virginia as the 5-1 favorite to win next year's men's college basketball title, with the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook giving 7-1 odds to the Cavaliers and Kentucky as co-favorites.
The Spartans have nearly everyone back from their Final Four team and project as next season's team to beat.
Duke teammates RJ Barrett and Zion Williamson are among the 10 players named to the John R. Wooden Award All-American team. Ja Morant of Murray State and Tennessee's Grant Williams were also invited to the award presentation in Los Angeles.
gfoster (Geoff Foster, sports editor): Welcome to FiveThirtyEight's Final Four chat!
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich share their reactions from the second weekend of the NCAA Tournament, including Cassius Winston bouncing the Duke freshman (1:30), Auburn's upset victory over Kentucky (11:26), Texas Tech's over Gonzaga (16:23) as well as Virginia finally finding redemption against Purdue (20:53). Plus, how did these teams get here?
Texas Tech is heading to its first Final Four thanks to a kid from Italy who made the big shots and a defense that refuses to rest.
Josh Perkins said he "instinctually" reached for the ball as Texas Tech attempted an inbounds pass, resulting in a critical technical foul late in Gonzaga's 75-69 loss in the Elite Eight.
The Elite Eight is set, and we have three 1-seeds still dancing. Here's how we'd reseed the remaining field.
Gonzaga is in the Elite Eight for the fourth time in history following a 72-58 victory over Florida State in the opening West regional semifinal on Thursday night.
The Bulldogs' strong defensive play evokes memories of the 2016-2017 team that played in the title game.
The cream has risen to the top in the 2019 NCAA tournament. The Bilastrator is here to ID the creamiest of the Sweet 16.
The Zags star is making noise in the tourney and rising up NBA draft boards
Sixteen programs remain in the 2019 NCAA tournament. Not all 16 fan bases have an equal level of expectation for what happens next.
Seth Greenberg, Dan Dakich and Chris Cotter break down every game of the Sweet 16, including those in the South (2:05), Midwest (10:08), East (17:10) and West (26:33). Plus, they look ahead to potential Elite 8 matchups (32:35). Who will advance to the Final 4 in Minneapolis? The guys discuss!
There are a whole lot of familiar faces in this Sweet 16. Here's how we're ranking them heading into the second weekend.
gfoster (Geoff Foster, sports editor): We have 52 games in the books of the men's NCAA Tournament. And there has been one prevailing theme: chalk.
Next stop on the Brandon Clarke Dunk `n Swat Festival: The Sweet 16.
Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer
Brandon Clarke's 36 points and 5 blocks, which led Gonzaga to the Sweet 16 for the fifth consecutive year and set up a rematch with Florida State, came on 15 of 18 shooting. Clarke joined Shaquille O'Neal as the only players to score that many points and block that many shots in the NCAA Tournament. "It's actually a pretty crazy stat; I don't think I even knew that," Clarke said in an interview with ESPN. "Shaq is obviously an all-time great. To even have my name up there by his is something that's really cool."