Don’t let his 40-point performance against the Cavaliers fool you—D’Angelo Russell has been rather underwhelming thus far. Just how much, you ask? Well…
John Calipari may not have led his Kentucky Wildcats to multiple National Championships, but we’re beginning to take his dominance for granted.
If Lonzo Ball, Malik Monk and other Top NBA Draft prospects could choose their team, where would they go? We find the best fits of 10 top prospects.
After two days of the NCAA Tournament, I was crying out for something big. Then Wisconsin arrived and took down the defending champions. That wasn’t all.
It’s March! or so we keep hearing. But there has been little madness throughout the first two days of the tournament. Is that going to change?
As our NCAA Tournament preview continues, the Midwest region boasts plenty of star power. So, what gives Louisville the edge?
It’s almost NCAA Tourney time, fans! And we’re taking you through each region—starting out West, where Bob Huggins and WVU look to finally finish the job.
Before the NCAA Tournament begins again, we look back at multi-title winners, losers; past dominance of UCLA, current dominance of UConn women, and more.
As the Big East Tournament kicks off, we’ve got a handful of teams in the mix. But, it’s Villanova who will be out for revenge this time around.
Over in the Pac 12, don’t be surprised if UCLA—with arguably the best player in the country—take the tournament. Just don’t forget about Oregon or Arizona.
The Big 10 doesn’t have a powerhouse this year, but they still have a few teams to watch. Purdue tops them all, however, ahead of their tournament.
A Kansas championship in the Big 12 tourney likely means the No. 1 overall seed at the big dance. But can anyone else topple the Jayhawks?
It’s major conference tournament time, basketball fans! Starting out in the ACC, the road goes through North Carolina. But who’s on the outside looking in?
If ever there was ever a day to just sit and watch college basketball, it’s today. Florida/Kentucky; UCLA/Arizona; Gonzaga goes for 30-0—and so much more!
Every time we talk Duke, it’s Grayson Allen; it’s Coach K; it’s this or that. But what about their longest-tenured player, Amile Jefferson?
The potential sanctions for Baylor are in and unsurprisingly, they’re not really addressing the issue. It’s just a slap in the face for assault survivors.
In recent years, the Cincinnati Bearcats have been the gatekeepers of college basketball. Always tough, but never too dangerous. Until now.
As more and more information comes out regarding the numerous Baylor sexual assault cases, it’s clear Art Briles didn’t care. Why should he get to move on?