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2017 Schedule
21-12, 7th in ACC

ESPN Staff  

The Pacers held their third pre-draft workout on Monday, with UCLA's Bryce Alford and Ike Anigbogu, Xavier's Trevon Bluiett, Purdue's Vince Edwards, Miami's Davon Reed and Ohio State's Trevor Thompson participating. Indiana owns the 18th and 47th selections in this year's draft.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Hameir Wright said he's still weighing a move back to 2017, but the plan right now is to take a prep year. Kansas and Michigan State are making a push. Miami, Syracuse, Villanova, Maryland, UCLA.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

List for Sacred Heart transfer Quincy McKnight: Miami, Wichita State, Monmouth, Penn State, Western Kentucky, Seton Hall, Creighton. 18.0 PPG.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

UT-San Antonio grad transfer Jeff Beverly has heard from Miami, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas State, Loyola Marymount since receiving his release on Friday. 15.8 PPG, 5.9 RPG.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Four-star 2018 point guard Eric Ayala mentioned Arizona, Oregon, Syracuse, Miami, South Carolina, Maryland, UConn. Recently decided to stay in '18.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Lonnie Walker is another player who is in the middle of a great stretch. Hasn't missed much the last few weeks. One-and-done potential at Miami.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Rice transfer Marcus Evans will visit VCU this weekend. Averaged 19.0 PPG, perhaps the transfer market's best sit-out guard. Miami and Arizona in final three.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Rice transfer Marcus Evans is down to Arizona, VCU and Miami, source told ESPN. Will set visits soon. Perhaps the best sit-out guard on the transfer market. 19.0 PPG.

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52dJeff Borzello

Enjoy Lonnie Walker while you can

Miami doesn't often send players to the draft after one season, but Walker is the school's highest-ranked signee since ESPN started its database in 2007.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington transfer Noah Dickerson told ESPN that Virginia, Duke, Georgia Tech, Miami and Baylor have reached out to him. Could also return to Washington.

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53dEamonn Brennan

Way-Too-Early Top 25: Miami

The Hurricanes have a top-10 recruiting class led by their most highly ranked recruit in a decade in Lonnie Walker.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami signee Lonnie Walker has had a really good McDonald's week. Jumper was on fire yesterday, going to be a huge boost to the Hurricanes offensively in 2017-18.

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69dJeff Goodman

ACC proves it was overrated

All season the ACC was widely considered the best league in the nation. It got nine teams into the NCAA tournament. Well, eight of them are gone now. So what does that tell you?

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Tom Izzo: "After that first 7 minutes, we played some of the best ball we have, not only this year, but in a couple years."

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Spartans overcome slow start, dominate Miami

Nick Ward scored 19 points to help Michigan State atone for last season's early NCAA Tournament disappointment with an opening-round 78-58 victory over Miami on Friday night.

John Gasaway ESPN Insider 

Miami was a very good defensive team this season, one that limited Duke to 50 points in a 62-possession game just 21 days ago. You never would have known it tonight. Michigan State sliced Jim Larranaga's team up into ribbons, to the tune of 73 percent shooting inside the arc. The Hurricanes could not stop freshmen Nick Ward and Miles Bridges.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Sparty moves on

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

As dominant as top-seeded Kansas was in its tournament opener, No. 9 seed Michigan State looked like a very dangerous next opponent for the Jayhawks during a 78-58 shellacking of Miami. Sunday's showdown in Tulsa will hinge heavily on the play of talented freshmen on both sides, including Kansas star wing and Detroit native Josh Jackson, who spurned Michigan State and Tom Izzo to sign with the Jayhawks.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan State's freshmen have been putting on an absolute show in their tournament debuts. Nick Ward has yet to miss a shot. Joshua Langford has drilled a pair of 3s. And Miles Bridges just delivered a monstrous rebound jam over two Miami defenders. Sparty is rolling in Tulsa.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Recently, somebody sent Michigan State coach Tom Izzo a dozen diapers, after a comment he made that his young team was just taking off the diapers. Well, Izzo's team is growing up in a big way, in what is turning into a dominating performance of Miami.

Team Stats

Points Per Game69.0276th
Rebounds Per Game35.6181st
Assists Per Game11.8283rd
Points Allowed64.124th

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record8-8
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances8