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1mJohn Gasaway

The 10 best offensive showings of the past decade

Villanova's scoring barrages in the NCAA tournament were nearly off the charts and rival the best outings of the past decade, including blowouts by Ohio State, Syracuse and, yes, even DePaul.

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42mAdam Finkelstein

Most surprising twists in the Class of 2016

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?

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We expected better: Top 25 of unfulfilled potential

ESPN.com presents the top 25 cases of unfulfilled potential in sports history. Some of the athletes who made the list squandered their prodigious talent; others were slowed or stopped by injury. All left us wanting more.

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23hJeff Borzello

Biggest recruiting questions facing new coaches

Can Josh Pastner keep top talent in Georgia? Will Tubby Smith change his recruiting philosophy at Memphis? New coaches face some difficult questions.

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Which team could reach the Final Four again? (2:31)
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Virginia coach Tony Bennett answers the fast break questions (1:10)
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Taylor: Coach Smart supported my decision (2:33)
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Should Nigel Hayes return to Wisconsin? (1:44)
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What you don't know about Roy Williams (1:08)
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Voepel: Baffling that women's basketball stands alone in UNC's latest notice (2:22)
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20hJeff Goodman and Jeff Borzello

Top 10 available CBB transfers

The number of Division I transfers swelled to more than 700 last season. The 2016 version includes ex-Duke guard Derryck Thornton and hundreds of others.

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3-Point Shot: Players entering the NBA draft (1:20)
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8dAlyssa Roenigk

Aussie rules football league eyes U.S. talent

The Australian Football League is seeking big men, so a group of U.S. college athletes, mostly basketball players, was recruited to L.A. this week for a crash course in Australian rules football.

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Calipari's March Madness memories (1:04)

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Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Lipscomb graduate transfer J.C. Hampton committed to Texas A&M this morning, sources told ESPN. Immediately eligible.

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Oklahoma's Lon Kruger has hired Rice assistant Carlin Hartman, sources told ESPN. Has already hired his son, Kevin Kruger, for other spot.

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Dayton's Charles Cooke scheduled to workout for Boston on Saturday. I think Danny Ainge is gonna bring in every single eligible player.

Jeff Goodman @GoodmanESPN

Xavier forward Trevon Bluiett told ESPN he will work out for the Timberwolves this Saturday and the Celtics the following Saturday.