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Ayton slams home breakaway dunk.

The Wildcats turn defense into offense culminating with a one-handed dunk from rookie sensation Deandre Ayton.

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Mississippi State runs away with win vs. UT Martin.

The Bulldogs dominate the Skyhawks 92-61 to move to 9-1 on the season.

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Jayhawks' Mykhailiuk swishes game-winning three.

Devonte' Graham quickly passes it off to Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk who drains the game-winning 3-pointer.

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New Mexico

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Logwood throws down putback dunk.

Sam Logwood slams home an Antino Jackson missed shot attempt in the second half for the Lobos.

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Arizona

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Trier tosses to Ayton for alley-oop.

Allonzo Trier lobs one up to Deandre Ayton who throws it down with power for the Wildcats.

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Arizona

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Ayton splits two defenders for slam.

Deandre Ayton gets through two New Mexico defenders to throw down the one-handed slam in the first half for the Wildcats.

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Pearl: We showed a lot of grit, heart and balance.

Auburn head coach Bruce Pearl discusses the Tigers' first-half performance and getting the win vs. MTSU.

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Heron talks Tigers' team effort, overcoming adversity.

Sophomore Mustapha Heron recaps Auburn's win over Middle Tennessee and looks ahead to the team's game vs. Murray State.

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Oklahoma

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Trae Young reminiscent of Steph.

Trae Young looked awfully similar to the Steph Curry we saw at Davidson during Saturday's win.

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Clemson fights back to upset No. 22 Florida.

Clemson's late dunk with just over 30 seconds left helps lift the Tigers over Florida 69-68.

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Oklahoma

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Young gives Steph Curry-like performance.

Trae Young puts up 29 points in style while the Sooners upset Wichita State.

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Clemson

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Clemson collects air ball, hits full court pass for go-ahead dunk.

Clemson's Marcquise Reed connects with Elijah Thomas on a full-court pass for a dunk putting Clemson up 69-68 with just over 30 seconds left.

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Rebels fall to Redbirds 101-97.

Ole Miss comes from 18 down but it's not enough to secure the overtime win against Illinois State.

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Oklahoma's Young: My main focus is winning.

Trae Young breaks down his 29-point performance in Oklahoma's victory over Wichita State.

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Clemson's Mitchell and Grantham connect on alley-oop.

Clemson's Shelton Mitchell hits Donte Grantham with the lob for the dunk.

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Notre Dame falls to Indiana in overtime.

Juwan Morgan scores 34 points and grabs 11 rebounds in Indiana's 80-77 win over No. 18 Notre Dame.

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Cincinnati hands UCLA second straight loss.

Kyle Washington scores 19 points in No. 25 Cincinnati's 77-63 win over UCLA.

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Oklahoma State upsets No. 19 Florida State on the road.

Mitchell Solomon's offensive rebound and putback was the difference-maker in Oklahoma State's 71-70 win over Florida State.

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Quinnipiac player receives best Secret Santa gift ever.

Freshman Greg Tarca gets emotional after receiving a scholarship to play basketball for Quinnipiac.

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Xavier overcomes big deficit to slip by East Tennessee State.

Trevon Bluiett's late jumper caps a 12-2 Xavier run in the final 3:10 for a 68-66 win over East Tennessee State.

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Tracking the unbeatens

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  • When each of the remaining unbeaten teams will lose

    There are seven unbeaten teams left in college basketball. Some are unblemished because they are playing well, others because they haven't played anybody. So when will each lose? Some could be 24 hours from now. For others, it could be awhile.

Louisville's fall from grace

Ball family-UCLA relationship

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  • The wild ride of the Ball family at UCLA is over

    The Ball family and UCLA weren't built for the long haul. This was supposed to be a three-season relationship, a Lonzo-LiAngelo-LaMelo succession of one-and-done, with LaVar shouting the entire time. But now, it is over.