North Carolina coach Roy Williams is taking a page out of Willie Nelson's book. Kentucky's unapologetic program channeling Beyoncé? There's a song out there for every top-25 team.
2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13W 80-56
- 11/17W 75-71
- 11/20W 65-58
- 11/24W 77-66
- 11/25W 86-63
- 11/28W 80-63
- 12/19L 89-81
- 12/4W 96-55
- 12/8W 76-66
- 12/12W 77-56
- 12/19W 82-61
- 12/27W 87-67
- 12/30W 70-64
- 1/2W 72-59
- 1/6W 88-63
- 1/9W 63-60
- 1/12L 70-67
- 1/16W 100-65
- 1/19W 62-56
- 1/2311L 74-65
- 1/283W 74-68
- 1/31W 66-61
- 2/3W 70-65
- 2/618W 72-61
- 2/9BSUW 93-62
- 2/13L 70-57
- 2/18L 68-63
- 2/21W 86-82
- 2/2720L 83-79
- 3/3W 81-55
- 3/612L 80-62
- 3/11W 97-86
- 3/122L 64-61
- 3/1812W 79-74
- 3/2013W 73-60
- 3/241L 79-63
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Dubs sign undrafted Robert Carter Jr.
The Warriors have reportedly signed Maryland's Robert Carter Jr. after he went undrafted Thursday night. The forward averaged 12.3 points and 6.9 rebounds in his junior season. The Washington Post
The Portland Trail Blazers acquired the No. 47 draft pick (Maryland forward Jake Layman) from the Orlando Magic in exchange for $1.2 million and a 2019 second-round pick.
The New Orleans Pelicans selected Maryland center Diamond Stone with the No. 10 pick in the second round (No. 40 overall) of the 2016 NBA draft on Thursday night.
Lakers' diamond in the rough?
Brandon Ingram is expected to be the Lakers' No. 2 pick, and Kevin Pelton agrees. With their next pick, Pelton says they should take Diamond Stone. Brilliant picks (Insider)
The 2016 NBA draft is just one day away, but it's not too soon to identify future prospects. The next crop of NBA All-Stars will be playing college hoops next season for the nation's top teams.
Keith Gatlin recalls the joys and pain of life with and without Bias
The appetite for the next reality TV show seems to keep growing. So each top-25 college basketball team must have a candidate for that future show's star. Who's yours?
Maryland will need a replacement for Melo Trimble after next season and will be looking for help at nearly every position from the Class of 2017.
Freshmen can change the shape of nearly every top-25 college basketball roster, and next season's group is no different. Each top-25 team has a new player to get familiar with.
Recent news bolsters Terps' cause
Melo Trimble recently decided to delay his departure to the NBA. Then, four-star recruit Justin Jackson cast his lot with Maryland. The Terrapins can compete for the upper reaches of the Big Ten. Revised Way-Too-Early Top 25
Andy Katz and Seth Greenberg talk to Maryland coach Mark Turgeon about Melo Trimble's decision to withdraw from the NBA draft, what it means for the Terps' program and more.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Four-star senior Justin Jackson has committed to Maryland, source confirmed to ESPN. Huge pickup this late in the process.
Trimble made Terps fans wait all night
Melo Trimble made a deadline decision late Wednesday night to withdraw from the NBA draft and return to Maryland for his junior year. He was expected to be a second-round pick.
Chad Ford provides the latest intel on which players are entering the 2016 NBA draft and which are staying put.
Maryland point guard Melo Trimble, considered a lock to leave the program before struggling in the second half last season, has withdrawn from the NBA draft and will return for his junior season.
Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider
Down to 10 decisions before tonight's 11:59 deadline: Roscoe Allen (Stanford); Jaron Blossomgame (Clemson), Nikola Jovanovic (USC), Marcus Lee (Kentucky), Chinanu Onuaku (Louisville), Alec Peters (Valpo), Pascal Siakam (NM State), Caleb Swanigan (Purdue), Melo Trimble (Maryland), Andrew White (Nebraska).
Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider
Official decisions left (14 remain) before tonight's 11:59 deadline: Roscoe Allen (Stanford); James Blackmon (Indiana), Jaron Blossomgame (Clemson), Isaiah Briscoe (Kentucky), Tyler Dorsey (Oregon), Nikola Jovanovic (USC), Marcus Lee (Kentucky), Chinanu Onuaku (Louisville), Alec Peters (Valpo), Pascal Siakam (NM State), Caleb Swanigan (Purdue), Melo Trimble (Maryland), Andrew White (Nebraska), Troy Williams (Indiana).
Michigan State-Duke in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge will pit two of the best recruiting classes in the nation. Here's a look at all the games.
Andy Katz and Seth Greenberg discuss the tough decisions many players face regarding their declaration for the NBA draft. Plus, a visit with Villanova coach Jay Wright.
Maryland had an eventful offseason thanks to internet dance crazes, but the Terrapins face months of questions if Melo Trimble goes to the NBA.
Back to College Park for Trimble?
While Melo Trimble had an outstanding freshman season, his performance last season dropped his draft stock to its lowest since he entered college. NBA executives largely agree that the sophomore needs more time at school, writes Jeff Goodman. Will they stay or will they go (Insider)
This wasn't supposed to be hard for Melo Trimble. He would play his sophomore season at Maryland and then head to the NBA. But an up-and-down year has him now staring at a difficult choice.
Report: Trimble's draft stock in limbo
Maryland guard Melo Trimble was inconsistent at the NBA draft combine last week. Trimble, the Terrapins' leading scorer last season, has been projected as a second-round pick. When asked about his chances of returning to College Park for his junior season, Trimble remained split. "I don't know yet. It's 50-50 right now," he said. The Washington Post