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Missouri

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Porter injury huge blow to Mizzou.

Ryen Russillo and Will Cain react to the news of high-profile prospect Michael Porter Jr. being out for the season with a back injury.

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Williams: Porter Jr. 'can still be No.1 pick.'

Jay Williams says Missouri's Michael Porter Jr.'s injury further proves that players who have a chance to be a NBA top pick shouldn't jeopardize it by playing in college.

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Jenkins continues to pour in points with lay-in.

De'Riante Jenkins drives to the basket for a layup giving him 27 points vs. Cal.

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Missouri

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Porter to undergo back surgery, likely out for season.

Dalen Cuff and Chris Spatola react to the news that Michael Porter Jr. will have back surgery and weigh the highly touted recruit's options with the NBA draft.

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Wichita State

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Kelly proud of the way his team played vs. Marquette.

Rashard Kelly, who nearly posted a triple-double, says Wichita State has to keep focusing on rebounding and defense to have success this season.

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Reaves uses sweet spin move on layup.

Austin Reaves drives to the basket and spins around his defender to make a bucket.

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Oregon

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Manute Bol's son will join the Oregon Ducks next fall.

South Sudanese-American Bol Bol, the son of Manute Bol, has committed to Oregon as the Number 1 center in his class.

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Princeton

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Hard Cuts: A season inside Princeton basketball, Walking the Beat - Via Ivy League.

A look back at Princeton's week against mid-major powers BYU and St. Joseph's

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Tar Heels roll past the Cardinal.

Kenny Williams and Joel Berry II combine to knock down 11 3-pointers as No. 9 North Carolina cruises to a 96-72 win over Stanford.

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Farrell's career-high 27 fuels Notre Dame.

Matt Farrell leads the Fighting Irish with 27 points and four assists in a 83-56 victory against Chaminade at the Maui Invitational.

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Felton caps off win with poster dunk.

Jalek Felton rocks the rim late in the game to cap off a big win over Stanford for UNC.

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UCLA

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LaVar would thank China's Xi, not Trump.

LaVar Ball isn't convinced that President Donald Trump helped his son LiAngelo Ball get out of China after LiAngelo's shoplifting arrest and questions why the president is concerned with his son instead of political issues.

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UCLA

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LaVar talks about the severity of shoplifting.

LaVar Ball says he knows that no matter which country his son LiAngelo Ball shoplifted in, it's a crime for which LiAngelo could have gone to jail.

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Kentucky wins despite shaky second half.

The Wildcats go almost six minutes without a basket in the second half, but are able to hold on to a 70-62 win against Troy.

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Lual-Acuil Jr. rolls off the pick for the alley-oop and-1.

Manu Lecomte sets up Jo Lual-Acuil Jr. with the big alley-oop and-1 for the Bears.

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Missouri escapes Emporia State 67-62.

The Tigers shoot 40 percent from the floor but manages to come away with a tough win vs. the Hornets.

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Champions Classic takeaways

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  • What Duke, Kansas, Michigan State and Kentucky will look like come March

    Sure, it was only one night. And it was only one night in November. But these four big-name teams -- Duke, Kansas, Michigan State and Kentucky -- offered glimpses into the future during the Champions Classic. Some look bright. Others should be concerned.

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  • The uncomfortable return of college basketball

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2017-18 Season predictions

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  • ESPN's predictions: Final Four, national title and more

    There were different names here and there, but a few kept popping up over and over. Whether it was title winner, player of the year or coach of the year, the conversation kept shifting to East Lansing.

Who's #1? Who's #351?

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  • Ranking every team in college basketball from 1-351

    The big names are obvious: Arizona, Duke, Michigan State and on and on. But where does your team fall? Top 50? Top 100? The more you scroll, the worse it gets. Top 200? You just hope you aren't No. 351.