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2017 Schedule
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Watch: ACC media day coverage

Hall of Fame coaches Mike Krzyzewski, Roy Williams, Rick Pitino and Jim Boeheim are among the big names scheduled to address reporters at ACC media day in Charlotte. Live on ACCNetworkExtra/WatchESPN

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 100 big man Deng Gak tells ESPN he has committed to Miami.

8dJohn Gasaway

Meet college basketball's most predictable coaches

Players come and go, but stylistic choices such as pace of play and 3-point shooting remain. Which major conference coaches have been the most consistent the past five seasons?

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10dDick Vitale

Duke, Kentucky lead Vitale's top 40

College basketball is just around the corner, and Dickie V has his eye on 40 of the country's best teams. Who comes after the Blue Devils and Wildcats?

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17dJeff Borzello

Can Arizona lure Walker away from Nova?

Once thought to be a heavy Villanova lean, Lonnie Walker is entering the final stretch of his recruitment -- and Arizona has emerged in good position.

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O'Neil: Conference races to watch

The ACC boasts a national title favorite in Duke but also contenders (UNC and Virginia), sleepers (Louisville and Syracuse) and a host of teams that will make things interesting (NC State, Miami and Notre Dame). Dana O'Neil, however, is intrigued by the unknown. Most interesting: ACC or Big Ten?

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Other key visitors this weekend: Lindell Wigginton and Isaiah Stokes (Iowa State), Rayshaun Hammonds (Memphis), Kimani Lawrence (Arizona State), Ira Lee (California), Xavier Tillman (Marquette), Nojel Eastern (Michigan State), Deng Gak (Miami), Wabissa Bede (Virginia Tech), Darryl Morsell (Villanova), Evan Battey (Purdue).

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36dDick Vitale

This year's ACC could be deepest yet

Duke is at the top. North Carolina, Virginia, Louisville and Syracuse will be close behind. The ACC is always king in college basketball, but this year's league could be deeper than ever.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Other key visits this weekend… • Five-star forward Jarred Vanderbilt (No. 23) heads to TCU for an unofficial visit. The Horned Frogs have moved into a good spot for Vanderbilt since hiring Corey Barker, Vanderbilt's cousin, as an assistant coach. Former New Mexico center Nikola Skecic will also be on campus. • Tennessee welcomes Isaiah Stokes (No. 60) and four-star forward Tyler Polley. • No. 51 Ethan Thompson heads to Oregon State for his official visit. The Beavers' conducted an in-home visit on Sunday, and they have the edge in his recruitment: Thompson's father is an assistant coach and his brother plays for the Beavers. • Xavier Tillman (No. 75) takes his official visit to Michigan State, two weeks after going there on an unofficial visit. Purdue, Florida and Marquette are also in the mix. • Justin Smith (No. 80) cut his list to four this week, and will visit Villanova this weekend. He took a trip to Indiana last weekend, was at Xavier earlier this month, and will visit Stanford later this month. • Anthony Gaines (Butler), Devontae Shuler (South Carolina), Evan Battey (Miami), Jamal Cain (Marquette), Abu Kigab (Illinois), Victor Uyaelunmo (USC), Darryl Morsell (Notre Dame) and C.J. Roberts (Missouri) are some other visits to keep an eye on.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 100 Deng Gak tells ESPN he is down to five schools: Miami, Florida, Indiana, Duke, Kansas.

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Will Shane Larkin find a fourth team?

Larkin has played for three teams in three years, but he's still just 23 years old with the potential to develop into a capable backup point guard. Kevin Pelton names Houston as a possible fit. Pelton: 10 best free agents (Insider)

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Wiz can now focus on filling roster

Committing a max deal to Bradley Beal narrows Washington's personnel decisions for 2016-17. The additions of undrafted Danuel House from Texas A&M and Sheldon McClellan of the University of Miami could fill the Wizards' bench. Rating latest NBA deals (Insider)

Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

CBB tourney Bracket: Advocare Invitational at Disney Wide World of Sports (Nov. 24,25,27), according to sources: Gonzaga-Quinnipiac and Seton Hall-Florida on one side of bracket; Stanford-Miami and Indiana State-Iowa State on the other.

Team Stats

Points Per Game71.0
Rebounds Per Game29.0
Assists Per Game9.3
Points Allowed73.7Tied-66th

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Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record8-8
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances8