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  • Frank Kaminsky, Breanna Stewart are winners of John R. Wooden Award

    Frank Kaminsky of national runner-up Wisconsin and Breanna Stewart of three-time national champion Connecticut won the John R. Wooden Award as national college basketball players of the year Friday night. They received their trophies during the first...
  • Record 7 Kentucky players off to NBA draft

    A record seven players are leaving a mighty Kentucky team after a season that fell two wins short of a championship. They can look forward to a possible reunion in a couple of months at the NBA draft. The soon-to-be-former Wildcats gathered at their...
  • On The Fly: Revolving Door At Kentucky

    On The Fly: Revolving Door At Kentucky
    It is hard to wrap your head around this one. A record seven Kentucky players announced they will enter the NBA draft: Willie Cauley-Stein, Andrew and Aaron Harrison, Karl-Anthony Towns, Trey Lyles, Dakari Johnson and Devin Booker. And just as difficult...
  • Duke team features three freshmen who may opt out for the NBA

    Duke team features three freshmen who may opt out for the NBA
    One school in the Final Four has a four-man freshman class that averages 45.5 points per game, the third-most by a freshman class in the history of that team's conference. There's a chance three of these stars could opt out for the NBA after this...
  • Unbeaten Kentucky shows it is tough enough to win even when it isn't perfect

    CLEVELAND This Kentucky basketball team isn't perfect, coach John Calipari likes to say, just undefeated. The distinction was illuminated Saturday at Quicken Loans Arena, where the presumed inevitability of an unblemished Wildcats romp to the national...
  • Michigan State outlasts Louisville in OT to advance to Final Four

    Michigan State outlasts Louisville in OT to advance to Final Four
    SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — Coach Tom Izzo and the Michigan State Spartans capped an improbable run to the Final Four with an overtime win. Senior guard Travis Trice scored 17 points and the seventh-seeded Spartans clamped down on defense to pull out...
  • Brandon Murray a big relief for South Carolina bullpen

    Brandon Murray a big relief for South Carolina bullpen
    What a relief Brandon Murray has been to South Carolina's bullpen. The unbeaten freshman from Hobart collected his fourth victory with a season-high 5.2 innings of work against Mississippi State. Murray was summoned after the Bulldogs knocked out...
  • North Carolina early choice for next season's No. 1

    North Carolina early choice for next season's No. 1
    Only two days have passed since Duke was crowned the NCAA tournament champions. But that's old news now. It's already time to think about next season. Wisconsin, the tournament's runner-up, doesn't make our early preseason top 10 and Duke is at the...
  • NCAA title game draws most TV viewers in 18 years

    Even without an undefeated team, the NCAA title game drew its largest TV audience in 18 years. Duke's 68-63 comeback win over Wisconsin on Monday night on CBS averaged 28.3 million viewers, the most since 1997, when Arizona upset defending champion...
  • MAC preview: key non-conference games to watch in 2015

    MAC preview: key non-conference games to watch in 2015
    Last season was a bit of a struggle for the Mid-American Conference against non-conference foes. MAC teams won just 37 percent of their games (20-34) in 2014. This season, there are several key matchups that could give the league’s national...
  • Duke could contend for repeat in 2016

    Nobody will hang any nets to replace the ones Duke cut down Monday night for several months, giving the Blue Devils plenty of time to celebrate their fifth national championship. That doesn't mean everyone else isn't thinking about the future. More...