Kentucky’s late addition of Reid Travis forced us to adjust our 2018-19 rankings. There’s no denying that the Stanford graduate transfer puts the Wildcats over the top.
Reid Travis announced he’ll transfer to Kentucky after graduating from Stanford.
Five-star point guard Ashton Hagans originally committed to Georgia and then planed to play for Kentucky as a member of the 2019 class; now he’ll join the Wildcats next season.
Former Western Michigan basketball player Joeviair Kennedy was acquitted of murder in the shooting death of a fellow student but faces a possible life sentence for armed robbery and a weapons charge.
The five-star big man reclassified from the 2019 class into 2018, where he will become the No. 17 prospect in the ESPN 100.
Anfernee Hardaway is adding former NBA head coach Sam Mitchell to his first staff with the University of Memphis.
Alabama basketball has honored the late C.M. Newton, who coached the Crimson Tide from 1968 to ’80, with a memorial scholarship fund.
John Beilein’s flirtation with the NBA ended as he opted to remain at Michigan despite being considered for the Detroit Pistons vacancy. It’s a boost for the Wolverines and college basketball.
The NBA is becoming a less welcoming place for players like Ethan Happ. The Wisconsin star was told he needs a jump shot to have a chance at the next level.
UMBC coach Ryan Odom nearly doubled his base pay after the program became the first 16th-seeded men’s team to win an NCAA tournament game.