Former Longhorns Isaiah Taylor, Prince Ibeh, Cameron Ridley and Jonathan Holmes have been named to four NBA summer league teams.
2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13L 77-71
- 11/21W 67-56
- 11/2525L 84-73
- 11/26W 82-70
- 11/27L 78-72
- 12/1W 80-73
- 12/4W 59-49
- 12/8W 116-50
- 12/123W 84-82
- 12/15W 67-55
- 12/19W 75-73
- 12/29L 71-66
- 1/2L 82-74
- 1/5W 60-57
- 1/9L 58-57
- 1/1217W 94-91
- 1/16W 74-69
- 1/206W 56-49
- 1/233L 76-67
- 1/26W 71-54
- 1/30W 72-58
- 2/115W 67-59
- 2/6W 69-59
- 2/83L 63-60
- 2/1314L 85-75
- 2/1610W 85-78
- 2/2025L 78-64
- 2/22W 71-70
- 2/273W 76-63
- 2/291L 86-56
- 3/4W 62-50
- 3/1022L 75-61
- 3/1811L 75-72
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Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
No. 29-ranked senior Jeremiah Tilmon tells ESPN he is down to five: Illinois, Michigan State, North Carolina, Texas and Kansas.
Two teams remain for the title of the best college basketball team that never was. A Kentucky squad that features John Wall and Anthony Davis meets Texas' Kevin Durant and LaMarcus Aldridge.
Only four of college basketball's best would-be teams remain. John Wall and Kentucky face Russell Westbrook's UCLA squad. Jabari Parker and Duke meet Kevin Durant's Texas team. Cast your vote!
After 10 years of one-and-done NBA draft prospects, we thought about a world where players stayed in college for three or four years. The would-be rosters are pretty daunting. You pick the best.
Imagine Aldridge and Durant at Texas
What if the NBA played by the same draft rules as the NFL, and players had to stay at least three years in college? LaMarcus Aldridge and Kevin Durant would have been great together in Austin. What if it was three-and-done?
Top-15 prospect Jarrett Allen waved off college basketball's traditional powers to remain in Austin. He could become the next great Longhorn big man.
Before the NBA draft deadline, Texas had a strong roster and a solid spot in Joe Lunardi's NCAA tournament forecast. Suddenly things don't look as good for Shaka Smart. Or Syracuse's Jim Boeheim.
Kansas-Kentucky is not only the headliner of the Big 12/SEC Challenge but arguably the most intriguing. We rank all the games in the January event.
Three Big 12 schools have hired new coaches since the season ended. Will the newcomers be able to shake up the conference's traditional pecking order?
Shaka Smart lost five seniors and his best player. But behind a trio of talented underclassmen, the Longhorns could be building something special.
Which teams have enjoyed the most NCAA tournament success since 2000? Kansas' recent run to the Elite Eight vaulted the Jayhawks up the list.
Isaiah Taylor will skip his senior season at Texas and enter the NBA draft.
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It's a star-studded roster for this year's game. The West team is headlined by Michigan State's Miles Bridges and VIllanova's Omari Spellman, while the East features Florida State's Jonathan Isaac. Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN
Tulane transfer Dylan Osetkowski has picked Texas over Arizona. He was considered one of the top frontcourt transfers in the country.
Former NBA player and Texas Longhorns standout Travis Mays has been named SMU's women's basketball coach.
Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer
USA Basketball announces Texas' Shaka Smart, UConn's Kevin Ollie and Maryland's Mark Turgeon will coach the U18 team July 19-23 in Chile.
2017 Bracketology: No. 8 Seeds
- East: VCU Rams
- West: Texas Longhorns
- South: Dayton Flyers
- Midwest: Saint Mary's Gaels
Allen will aid Texas' tourney pursuits
That is, if Jarrett Allen does indeed sign with Texas, which isn't exactly a foregone conclusion. Houston is in play for the big man and if he goes to the AAC, he could end up being a game-changer. 2016-17's best freshmen (Insider)
He'll 'wake up one morning' and decide
Jarrett Allen (No. 19 overall, ESPN 100) still isn't sure where he will play next season, but in-state schools Texas and Houston are recruiting the 6-10 center the hardest. Allen talks recruitment (Insider)
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Tulane transfer Dylan Osetkowski tells ESPN he will visit Texas the weekend of April 8 and Arizona the following weekend.
Andrew Jones should fit in well at Texas
Jones (No. 29 overall, ESPN 100) is perfect for Shaka Smart's havoc style of defense. He'll play in Wednesday's McDonald's All-American Game (9 p.m. ET on ESPN). Who to watch (Insider)