The Milwaukee Bucks selected Virginia shooting guard Malcolm Brogdon with the No. 6 pick in the second round (No. 36 overall) of the 2016 NBA draft on Thursday night.
2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13W 86-48
- 11/16L 73-68
- 11/19W 82-57
- 11/20W 87-52
- 11/22W 83-66
- 11/25W 80-54
- 12/1W 64-58
- 12/5W 67-52
- 12/814W 70-54
- 12/1912W 86-75
- 12/22W 63-62
- 12/30W 71-58
- 1/2W 77-66
- 1/4L 70-68
- 1/9L 68-64
- 1/128W 66-58
- 1/17L 69-62
- 1/19W 69-62
- 1/24W 73-65
- 1/26W 72-71
- 1/3016W 63-47
- 2/3W 61-47
- 2/6W 64-50
- 2/9W 67-49
- 2/13L 63-62
- 2/15W 73-53
- 2/2212L 64-61
- 2/277W 79-74
- 3/1W 64-57
- 3/511W 68-46
- 3/10W 72-52
- 3/1111W 73-68
- 3/127L 61-57
- 3/1716W 81-45
- 3/199W 77-69
- 3/254W 84-71
- 3/2710L 68-62
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Pels should upgrade defense and depth
Malcolm Brogdon may be the best wing defender in the draft, and Jarrod Uthoff would be an upgrade off the bench, writes Kevin Pelton. 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.
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?
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.
Villanova and Virginia haven't always won big on the recruiting trail, but their methods have paid off. See which other teams have overachieved.
Cavs will keep winning after Brogdon
Virginia will miss Malcolm Brogdon, but the Cavaliers bring in a top-10 recruiting class and elite Memphis transfer Austin Nichols. Way-Too-Early Top 25
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.
Yes, the Class of 2016 saw Kentucky and Duke finish on top. It wasn't without its twists and turns, though. So what were the most notable surprises?
You should get to know Diakite
There will be plenty of highly-touted freshmen this season in college basketball. Mamadi Diakite redshirted last season instead of being thrown into the fire immediately like most top frosh. Diakite learned the college game and developed. We think he's ready. 2016 recruiting twists (Insider)
Cavs create magic
With a wild comeback against Wake Forest during the season, Virginia put Dickie V on notice. The Cavs certainly showed their fortitude. Vitale's Sweet 16 moments
The Cavaliers are London Perrantes' team now and how he handles the mantle of leadership will ultimately determine just how good Virginia will be.
2017 Bracketology: No. 2 Seeds
- East: Oregon Ducks
- West: Arizona Wildcats
- South: Virginia Cavaliers
- Midwest: Michigan State Spartans
As usual, a few talented freshmen made the cut. But there are some familiar faces too. Which players are poised for breakout seasons in 2016-17?
Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer
Less than 24 hours after the thrilling finish to the 2015-2016 NCAA men's basketball season, the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook posted its future-book odds for the 2016-17 season with the Duke Blue Devils as the 9-2 favorites. Kentucky is the second choice at 6-1 with defending champion Villanova at 8-1.
Duke, Kentucky and Villanova are Las Vegas' early favorites to win the 2017 national championship.
Cavs 2016 class could push them atop ACC
Virginia's 2016 recruiting class boasts not one but two top-10 players at their positions, plus Memphis transfer (and former elite prospect) Austin Nichols, London Perrantes and the rest of the returners. Way-Too-Early Top 25
Weber State's Joel Bolomboy had 15 points and 11 rebounds to lead the West to an 89-85 win over the East in the NCAA All-Star game Friday.
Guy has big shoes to fill at Virginia
In a Malcolm Brogdon-less backcourt, Virginia will depend on Kyle Guy (No. 24 overall, EPN 100) next season. He'll play in Wednesday's McDonald's All-American Game (9 p.m. ET on ESPN). Who to watch (Insider)
They've all won big games, but still land on our list of the best college basketball and football head coaches who have never won a national title.
Brogdon climbed to top of ACC in scoring
Wooden Award finalist Malcolm Brogdon averaged 18.2 PPG during the 2015-16 season, which ranked fourth in the ACC.
The second weekend of the NCAA tournament was packed with upsets and bad beats. Rob Nelson recaps the most crippling of the group for bettors.