The 2020 Maui Invitational is moving to North Carolina because of the coronavirus pandemic, the tournament announced.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5W 98-65
- 11/9W 85-74
- 11/12W 91-65
- 11/16W 100-62
- 11/20W 79-54
- 11/25W 88-75
- 11/30W 64-50
- 12/317W 80-64
- 12/7L 84-64
- 12/10W 57-54
- 12/13W 96-90
- 12/21W 62-60
- 12/29L 71-64
- 1/415L 75-59
- 1/8W 66-62
- 1/1111W 66-54
- 1/15L 59-50
- 1/18W 82-74
- 1/2311W 67-63
- 1/2617L 77-76
- 1/2924L 64-49
- 2/1L 68-59
- 2/8L 74-62
- 2/1321W 89-77
- 2/16L 89-65
- 2/19W 68-56
- 2/239W 68-60
- 2/27L 57-49
- 3/1L 67-66
- 3/4W 72-67
- 3/724L 60-56
- 3/11W 89-64
- Full Schedule
A first-time TBT champ will be crowned Tuesday night, when upstart Sideline Cancer faces return finalist Golden Eagles for a $1 million prize (7 p.m. ET, ESPN).
- '20 Maui Invitational moving to N. Carolina
- Smith leaving Hoosiers as graduate transfer
- Lander to reclassify to 2020, enroll at Indiana
- Dolson set to replace Glass as Indiana AD
Indiana forward Justin Smith will graduate and transfer elsewhere for his final season, the school announced Friday.
Gonzaga, Texas and Indiana are among the teams that climbed in the Way-Too-Early Top 25 in men's college basketball for 2020-21.
Five-star point guard Khristian Lander will reclassify into the 2020 class and enroll at Indiana this fall.
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Rex Chapman joins Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich to talk about the possible NIL changes coming to the NCAA, why social media would've de-incentivized him from being a great college basketball player, his run-ins with Bob Knight, bowling with Michael Jordan, if he dwells on his career successes or failures, and his newfound Internet fame.
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Scott Dolson, who has spent the past 11 years as the department's deputy director and chief operating officer, will replace Fred Glass.
Indiana freshman Trayce Jackson-Davis had a double double of 11 points and career-high 17 rebounds to help lead the Hoosiers to a 89-64 romp over Nebraska in the opening round of the Big Ten Tournament.
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Nate Reuvers scored 17 points and No. 24 Wisconsin held Indiana to just one basket over the final 10 minutes, rallying for a 60-56 victory Saturday and clinching at least a share of the Big Ten regular-season title.
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