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Brown: Looking ahead at the Kansas Jayhawks

The Jayhawks look to make it 12 straight Big 12 conference titles next season and will again be considered among the favorites.

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Jay Bilas

Bilas: The Bilastrator's offseason opus

Jay Bilas looks back on the 2014-15 college basketball season, and looks ahead to a critical offseason for the game. Bilas lauds Kentucky, and also endorses the blanket adoption of FIBA rules.

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2dEamonn Brennan

Looking ahead: Virginia Tech Hokies

Looking ahead at what Virginia Tech might look like in 2015-16 after a rough transition year under Buzz Williams.

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1dJay Bilas

Bilas: Offseason college hoops opus

Jay Bilas looks back on the 2014-15 college basketball season, and looks ahead to a critical offseason for the game. Bilas lauds Kentucky, and also endorses the blanket adoption of FIBA rules.

1dAdam Finkelstein

Five observations: Pittsburgh Jam Fest

While the Pittsburgh Jam Fest may not have the star power it once did, it can still attract some of the nation's best, which showed this past weekend.

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Top storylines in Week 2 of 'sneaker season'

With all the top 2016 prospects in attendance, the major shoe companies will be operating their collective events all within 175 miles of one another.

RecruitingNation's Signing Day Special

Final 2015 hoops class rankings (3:59)

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6dMyron Medcalf

Looking ahead: Florida State Seminoles

If Leonard Hamilton is feeling any heat this is the season to answer, with a top recruiting class joining Xavier Rathan-Mayes and Montay Brandon.

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7dDana O'Neil

Looking ahead: Pittsburgh Panthers

Looking ahead: Pittsburgh Panthers -- Jamie Dixon has back his top two scorers, but two unexpected departures could leave him scrambling.

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Andy Katz @ESPNAndyKatz

Other schools will be pursuing Rasheed Sulaimon. He was never ruled ineligible. He stayed in school at Duke.

Andy Katz @ESPNAndyKatz

Can confirm earlier reports from a source that Maryland is one of the schools recruiting former Duke player Rasheed Sulaimon.

Jeff Borzello @jeffborzello

Richmond has hired Princeton assistant coach Marcus Jenkins for the same position. Replaces Jamal Brunt, who left for Miami.

Jeff Borzello @jeffborzello

Wouldn't expect Lamonte Turner to choose Alabama. Hearing new staff hasn't offered him. Four-star guard expected to reclassify to 2015.

Myron Medcalf @MedcalfByESPN

Here's the thing with Duke: Okafor/Jones/Winslow had a bond BEFORE Duke. Cook was a leader who preached chemistry. But who leads in 2015-16?

Best, worst NBA draft decisions

Now that we have a good idea of who's going to the NBA draft and who's staying in school, we're taking a look at the best decisions (Tyus Jones, Yogi Ferrell) and the questionable ones (Dakari Johnson). Decision-making skills (Insider)

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