- D’Angelo Russell to declare for NBA Draft
- All-conference forward Anton Grady leaving Cleveland State
- DePaul to participate in 2015 Paradise Jam
- DePaul recruit Eli Cain signs letter of intent
- UIC chasing former Green Bay commit Antoine Pittman
- Caris LeVert will return to Michigan for senior season
- Reggie Lynch leaves Illinois State, transfers to Minnesota
- New Bradley coach Brian Wardle scores first commitments on recruiting trail
- A.J. Hammons returning to Purdue for senior season
- Loyola picks up Iowa State transfer Clayton Custer
Creighton coach Greg McDermott has picked up an impact transfer for the second straight offseason. The...
Loyola’s backcourt got richer Saturday as former Iowa State guard Clayton Custer announced that he has committed to...
When watching the Selection Show last Sunday, Wichita State fans noticed it, Kansas fans noticed it,...
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- Posted March 20, 2014
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- Posted March 19, 2014