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21hBradford Doolittle

Doolittle: Kentucky's stretch of NBA dominance

Former Kentucky players like Anthony Davis and John Wall are projected by Bradford Doolittle to have the best collective season by a school's alum in NBA history -- even better than UCLA.

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7mDick Vitale

Vitale: Roundball chatter

The Virginia Cavaliers won the Austin Nichols sweepstakes as the former Memphis forward will play for coach Tony Bennett after sitting out next season.

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5dEamonn Brennan

Early look: Sizing up Conference USA

Conference USA was a one-bid league in last season's NCAA tournament. Old Dominion, UAB and UTEP are hoping to change that.

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3dAndy Katz

Orlando Classic could yield Irish vs. Shockers

Notre Dame and Wichita State could meet in a rematch of last March's Sweet 16 game in Cleveland if they advance to the Orlando Classic tournament title game in November.

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7dDick Vitale

Vitale: Roundball chatter

Indiana guard James Blackmon Jr. will miss the rest of the summer with a knee injury, and the Orlando Classic matchups have been announced.

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4dRecruiting Nation

Recruiting confidential: Malik Monk stating case

Malik Monk is the top shooting guard in the ESPN 100 Class of 2016, but he showed on Thursday in Las Vegas that he has the skills to transition to the point guard position if needed.

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Jeff Borzello @jeffborzello

Sounds like Showtime Ballers G Raquan Mitchell is likely candidate to end up in 2015 class. Texas A&M, Memphis on him hard. Will visit both.

Reggie Rankin @ReggieRankin

2016 6'3 G Raquan Mitchell will take an official visit to Texas A&M Aug 1st & may reclass to 2015. Will also visit Memphis. - Diana Neal