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Mike Rice's Road Back

More than two years after video exposed Mike Rice abusing his Rutgers basketball players, he says he is a changed man hoping to return to college coaching.

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Looking ahead: Colorado State Rams

Larry Eustachy's team was stung by not making the tournament last season, but they will have to incorporate some new parts to make another run.

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3-Point Shot: Bo Ryan's Successor (2:35)
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3-Point Shot: SCAR, MSU, IU previews (2:38)
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Vitale: Roundball chatter

St. John's learned shot-blocker extraordinaire Chris Opekpa will transfer, and longtime assistant Mike Hopkins will officially take over for Jim Boeheim at Syracuse.

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O'Neil: Looking ahead at Wichita State

Wichita State's rise to college basketball prominence has been tied to the play of Ron Baker and Fred VanVleet. Now they're ready for their final act.

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Summer targets: Georgia Bulldogs

Mark Fox and Georgia have a good start on 2016-17, thanks to the commitments of Tyree Crump and Jordan Harris. What other big names could take the Bulldogs' lone remaining scholarship?

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ESPNU CBB - Bo Ryan's Legacy

Indiana's Tom Crean and Michigan State's Tom Izzo join Andy Katz and Seth Greenberg to discuss Bo Ryan's legacy and what he's meant to Wisconsin and the Big Ten.

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Looking ahead: Xavier Musketeers

Xavier made it to the Sweet 16 on the strength of its efficient offense. The Musketeers could be better this season if they can find a point guard.

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SEC men's basketball coaches support removal of Confederate flag (1:16)

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OTL video: Mike Rice's road back

More than two years after video exposed the Rutgers coach abusing his basketball players, he says he is a changed man hoping to return to college coaching.

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Jay Bilas @JayBilas

I come through in a drop top Jag, or an old school Chevy with the antique tag. I gotta go to work.

Tatum's posterizing dunk

Team USA U19 forward Jayson Tatum is the No. 2 recruit in the ESPN 100 Class of 2016 and is considering Duke, Kentucky and UNC. He showed why those schools want him on this must-see throwdown in the semifinals today against Greece.

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Fran Fraschilla @franfraschilla

Ok, my mock draft moratorium is over. Who's going to do 1st 2017 NBA Draft? Could be ridiculous: Giles, Jackson, Tatum, Smith, Jr. to start.