Trump to LaVar: 'Should have left them in jail!'
President Donald Trump tweeted Sunday that he should have left the three detained UCLA men's basketball players "in jail" in China after LaVar Ball, the father of LiAngelo Ball, downplayed Trump's involvement in their release.
Northwestern's response shows it's ready for hype, expectations
Northwestern is used to flying under the radar. One year removed from making its first NCAA tournament, the Wildcats now have a target on their back.
Weekend lookahead: Is USC ready for its moment?
USC is headed toward an early test, which is an important step for a program that's seemingly long been positioned for success but has yet to deliver.
MSU star Bridges 'day to day' with hurt ankle
Michigan State star Miles Bridges sprained his left ankle in the team's win over Stony Brook on Sunday, making him uncertain for the PK80 tournament this week.
USC edges Vanderbilt in OT.
Jordan McLaughlin hits a 3-pointer to send the game to overtime and scores 35 points in the No. 10 Trojans' 93-89 victory against the Commodores.
Hudson comes off bench to lead Florida to win.
Jalen Hudson records 26 points and seven rebounds off the bench as No. 8 Florida edges New Hampshire 70-63.
Vanderbilt slips in OT thriller vs. No. 10 USC.
The Commodores almost knock off the Trojans and fight through overtime but fall 93-89.
McLaughlin hits clutch 3-pointer for the Trojans.
Jordan McLaughlin crosses over and makes the 3-pointer to tie the game at 80-80.
Temple's Alston sinks easy 3-pointer.
Owls' Shizz Alston Jr. drains easy 3-pointer from the wing.
Minnesota's Murphy dunks ball off rebound.
Golden Gophers' Isaiah Washington with some great spin moves and goes for a jumper and misses, but Jordan Murphy slams the ball back in off the rebound.
Western Carolina's failed block.
Golden Gophers' Isaiah Washington goes into drive and take a shot, and Catamounts' Mike Amius takes a swat at the ball, but the ball still goes in the net.
Auburn slides past Hofstra 89-78.
Head coach Bruce Pearl breaks down the Tigers' third-place performance in the Charleston Classic.
Bridges leaves game with injury in Michigan State's win.
Before leaving in the second half with an apparent ankle injury, Miles Bridges drops 20 points on 6-of-13 shooting to help Michigan State past Stony Brook in a 93-71 win.
Minnesota's Coffey finishes nice pass with two-handed jam.
Golden Gophers' Dupree McBrayer bounce passes it backwards to Amir Coffey who jams it in for a dunk.
Golden Gophers' Konate dunks.
Minnesota's Nate Mason goes in for the drive and tosses it to Bakary Konate who finishes strong with a dunk.
No. 8 Florida survives UNH 70-63.
The Gators hold off a tough New Hampshire squad to grab a win and remain undefeated.
New Hampshire and Florida trade baskets.
New Hampshire's John Ogwuche banks in the 3-pointer to take the lead but Jalen Hudson gives the lead back to Florida with a fastbreak dunk.
Texas Tech claims Hall-of-Fame Tip-Off title.
ESPN's Chris Spatola and John Brickley discuss Keenan Evans and the Red Raiders' dominant performance against Northwestern.
Red Raiders' Moretti sinks 3-point jumper.
Davide Moretti drains 3-point jumper from the wing.
Behind-the-back pass leads to Minnesota dunk.
Amir Coffey gets the steal and passes ahead to Dupree McBrayer who makes the great behind-the-back pass back to Coffey for the dunk.
Bridges throws down alley-oop.
Michigan State's Lourawls Nairn Jr. lobs a pass at the rim for Miles Bridges for the loud dunk in the first half.
UGA escapes with 68-65 win over Texas A&M-CC.
A pair of late-game free throws lift the Bulldogs past the Islanders as they remain unbeaten on the season.
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Morsell gets up for the big and-1 Maryland dunk.
Anthony Cowan dishes to Darryl Morsell and the freshman sends in a big dunk plus the foul against Bucknell.
Battle spins by defender for the big Syracuse dunk.
Tyus Battle escapes the defense with a stellar spin move, drives baseline and throws down a punishing one-handed jam against Texas Southern.
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.
After an offseason filled with scandal, college basketball tries to move forward. It is, after all, opening night. But the stain of the past few months and threat of more trouble in the months ahead make it impossible to simply focus on the games.
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.
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.