Some college hoops teams will be spending time out of the country this summer on international trips. Here's the full list of teams traveling abroad.
2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13W 88-63
- 11/17L 77-67
- 11/21EMPW 76-54
- 11/26L 72-69
- 11/27L 64-60
- 11/29L 84-61
- 12/5W 68-53
- 12/9W 56-50
- 12/1225W 67-50
- 12/19L 80-76
- 12/22W 98-69
- 12/31W 67-47
- 1/3W 85-58
- 1/6W 67-64
- 1/9W 83-58
- 1/13W 78-62
- 1/17W 82-62
- 1/20W 74-55
- 1/23W 88-54
- 1/27W 80-54
- 1/31W 78-65
- 2/3W 76-55
- 2/6L 58-53
- 2/9W 74-48
- 2/13L 53-50
- 2/15W 71-41
- 2/18W 99-68
- 2/21W 84-51
- 2/24W 76-54
- 2/27W 74-58
- 3/4W 66-58
- 3/5L 57-52
- 3/1511W 70-50
- 3/176W 65-55
- 3/193L 65-57
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Raptors sign undrafted rookie
Fred VanVleet signed a reported multi-year, minimum deal. The 6-foot guard shot the ball well for Toronto during the summer league. Kevin Pelton believes VanVleet will most likely head to the Raptors' D-League affiliate. Pelton: NBA free agency ratings (Insider)
Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer
The full Battle 4 Atlantis bracket:
Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer
Battle 4 Atlantis still working on bracket but was told Michigan State and Louisville won't be on same side of bracket win or lose first-round game. MSU plays St. John's while Louisville plays Old Dominion. The other two games are Baylor-VCU and Wichita State-LSU on Nov. 23.
Baker leads Knicks past Clips in summer game
Former Wichita State star Ron Baker scored 20 points and six Knicks scored in double figures in a 106-77 win over the Clippers on Friday to earn ninth place in the Orlando Summer League. This was the only time during the league's 40-minute games this year in which a team hit triple digits. Box score
Strong game for Ron Baker
The former Wichita State guard collected 22 points, nine rebounds and five steals for the Knicks' team in the Orlando Summer League that lost to the Magic's White team 95-90 on Wednesday. Box score
Knicks sign undrafted Ron Baker
The Knicks have reportedly signed Wichita State's Ron Baker after he went undrafted Thursday night. The Shockers' standout averaged 14 points and 4.8 rebounds in his senior season. SNY
Hawks should search for guards
After trading Jeff Teague, Kevin Pelton says the Hawks should use multiple picks on guards. Ron Baker could contribute at either guard spot. Brilliant picks (Insider)
Shockers duo among top-30 prospects
Fred VanVleet and Ron Baker aren't getting first-round love on Chad Ford's Big Board, but Kevin Pelton ranks both Shockers stars among the NBA draft's top 30 prospects based on stats and scouting. Pelton's top 30 (Insider)
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2017 Bracketology: No. 11 Seeds
- East: Wichita State Shockers
- West: Utah Utes
- South: Florida State/Ohio State
- Midwest: San Diego State
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.
Going down for the loose ball
You've got to leave it all on the floor in the tourney and Wichita State's Markis McDuffie does just that. But not to be outdone, Arizona's Kadeem Allen stakes his claim at the loose ball during the First Round matchup. Best tourney photos
Fred VanVleet and Ron Baker have played their last game as Shockers, which means at least a slight downturn for Gregg Marshall's squad.
Miami connects on half-court alley-oop
Angel Rodriguez threw it up and Sheldon McClellan threw it down in Miami's second-round win vs. Wichita State.
Senior Shockers lead the pack
Wichita State may not have got the win, but these seniors ended their career with some seriously impressive numbers. Both rank in the school's top 10, Baker for career points and VanVleet for assists.
The No. 3 Hurricanes withstood Wichita State's rally from 21 down to hold on to the win and show exactly why they might be a Final Four team.
Angel Rodriguez hit a clutch 3-pointer with 1:12 left to play as Miami, which blew a 21-point lead in the second half, held off Wichita State to advance to the Sweet 16.
John Gasaway ESPN Insider
The focus coming into this game was on Wichita State, but Jim Larranaga and Miami had other ideas. Riding a combined 14-of-22 shooting performance from Angel Rodriguez and Sheldon McClellan, the Hurricanes overcame a 16-turnover performance and ended the college playing days of Fred VanVleet and Ron Baker.
Miami overcomes feisty Wichita State
Miami was outrebounded, lost the turnover battle and blew a 21-point lead, but the Canes got key buckets when they needed them most to advance to the Sweet 16, 65-57. Box score
Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider
Gregg Marshall has done a great job last few years -- with core of VanVleet and Baker. Will be interesting to see where Wichita State goes from here though. Those guys were backbone for their success. Other question is whether Marshall goes elsewhere -- although not a ton of quality options this year.
Miami enters home stretch with lead
The Hurricanes weathered a push from Wichita State to retake a 5-point lead at the final media timeout of the game. Sheldon McClellan has 11 points in the second half. Follow live
Dana O'Neil ESPN Senior Writer
Jim Larranaga is quite literally biting his tongue. Went to scream, and instead grimaced and turned around.