Max Abmas, the No. 48 prospect in the ESPN 100 NBA draft rankings and the Summit League Player of the Year, will return to Oral Roberts for his junior season and withdraw his name from the NBA draft.
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Oral Roberts forward Kevin Obanor, one of the breakout stars of this year's NCAA tournament, has entered the transfer portal.
- Abmas pulls out of draft, will stay at Oral Roberts
- Oral Roberts star Obanor enters transfer portal
- ORU's Abmas enters NBA draft after tourney run
- Oral Roberts gives Mills new 'long-term' contract
After his team's surprising run in the NCAA tournament, Oral Roberts sophomore Max Abmas told ESPN Sunday that he will enter the NBA draft, "and get as much feedback as I can," while maintaining his college eligibility.
Keyshawn Johnson, Zubin Mehenti, and Bart Scott begin the last hour of the show wondering about some eye brow raising comments made by Trevor Lawrence and his father. Keyshawn gives us his top 5 list of Draft QBs and it might surprise you. Patrick Surtain II joins the show to discuss his son and the journey to stardom.
Oral Roberts coach Paul Mills, who led the 15th-seeded Golden Eagles on a surprising run to the Sweet 16, agreed to a new contract Thursday that the school called a "longterm commitment."
Half of the Elite Eight is set. Our panel discusses who is knocking on the Final Four door and who will survive and advance on Sunday.
— Davonte Davis hit a short jumper with 2.9 seconds left, and Arkansas advanced to the Elite Eight for the first time in 26 years with a 72-70 win over Oral Roberts in the South Region semifinals Saturday night.
The regional semifinals are full of double-digit seeds. How many Cinderellas will remain at the 2021 NCAA tournament ball?
Can anyone trip up the top seeds? Coaches we consulted say the answer to that question is a resounding yes.
Fifty-two teams out, 16 left standing. Here's how we rank them heading into the Sweet 16.
More top seeds look to defend their honor today in the 2021 NCAA tournament. Can Monday live up to the upset carnival that was Sunday's first half of the round of 32?
We're only in the round of 32, and March Madness feels extra mad. Sunday's action started with No. 1 Illinois going down to Loyola Chicago and saw No. 15 Oral Roberts advance.
Oral Roberts pulled off yet another upset to become just the second No. 15 seed in NCAA tournament history to advance to the round of 16, with an 81-78 victory over seventh-seeded Florida on Sunday night.
— Oral Roberts pulled off yet another upset to become just the second No. 15 seed in NCAA Tournament history to advance to the round of 16 with an 81-78 victory over Florida on Sunday night. No. 7 seed Florida 81-78 on Sunday night.
What started as a field of 68 is down to 32. Here's how we rank the teams that remain heading into Sunday's action.
There were 14.7 million brackets entered in ESPN's Tournament Challenge prior to the start of the NCAA tournament. After just 16 games, only 108 remain unblemished.
Oral Roberts, a 16-point underdog, shook up No. 2 Ohio State and nearly 95% of the brackets in ESPN's Men's Tournament Challenge with Friday's 75-72 overtime victory.
Consider the madness back. The first upset-filled, drama-packed, bracket-busting, 12-hours-on-the-couch opening day of the tournament in two years is here.
— Oral Roberts welcomed the madness back to March.
Cade Cunningham, Luka Garza and Gonzaga -- which has three starters in the top 10 -- headline the updated rankings for March Madness.
— Max Abmas scored 23 points, Francis Lacis made a game-saving block and steal, and No. 4-seed Oral Roberts beat third-seeded North Dakota State 75-72 on Tuesday night...
— Kareem Thompson scored a season-high 22 points and Kevin Obanor tipped in a miss at the buzzer as Oral Roberts edged past South Dakota State 90-88 in the semifinals of the Summit League...
— Max Abmas poured in 22 points, DeShang Weaver added 18 and fourth-seeded Oral Roberts defeated No. 5 seed North Dakota 76-65 in the Summit League tournament quarterfinals on Sunday night.