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O'Neil: Notice is only the beginning for UNC

The notice of allegations North Carolina received Friday is only the first in a series of steps, and it could cast a shadow over the program well into next season.

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Looking Ahead: Oregon Ducks

A talented recruiting class should help the Oregon Ducks compete in the Pac-12, a league that doesn't appear to have a clear favorite.

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Dakich: Hiring the right, wrong type of coach

Dan Dakich reflects on the hiring season by grouping the coaches into different categories. Coaches with no meaningful experience -- like Chris Mullin -- will have a tough road, says Dakich.

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Hashtag Game (1:19)
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2015 class rankings

Caleb Swanigan's commitment to Purdue and Tevin Mack's decision to follow Shaka Smart to Texas shook up the 2015 landscape.

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John Calipari happy at Kentucky (2:26)
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ESPNU CBB Podcast: Welcome To The Neighborhood

Andy Katz and Seth Greenberg talk with Arizona State's Bobby Hurley, Mississippi State's Ben Howland and Florida's Mike White about their new teams & the 30 second shot clock.

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3-Point Shot: Tasks for new coaches (3:04)
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Jeff Borzello @jeffborzello

Really difficult to stop five-star 2017 prospect Billy Preston. Matchup nightmare due to his 6-foot-9 size and playmaking ability. #UAA

Jeff Borzello @jeffborzello

Two of the most exciting players in 2016 going at it now in Seventh Woods and Terrance Ferguson. Athletes who can get hot from 3. #UAA

Looking ahead: Oregon

A talented recruiting class should help the Ducks compete in the Pac-12, a league that doesn't appear to have a clear favorite, finish in the top tier and return to the NCAA tournament. Capable of more?

Adam Finkelstein @AdamFinkelstein

Saw Josh Jackson, Markelle Fultz, Tre Duval & Kameron McGutsy yesterday at UAA. Sid Wilson, Brandon Childress & Myles Came also stood out.

Jeff Goodman @GoodmanESPN

Shabazz Muhammad's brother, Rashad, is transferring from San Jose State, sources told ESPN. Sophomore averaged 13.9 ppg this past season.