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Final ESPN 100 for 2015

The final ESPN 100 features the same No. 1 player, LSU signee Ben Simmons, but the rest of the top five looks a little different.

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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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New coaches face recruiting questions

Can NBA guys Avery Johnson and Chris Mullin recruit? How will Bobby Hurley play out West? New faces in new places face big questions on the trail.

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4dFran Fraschilla

Most impressive Nike Hoop Summit players

Fran Fraschilla was on-hand last week for the Nike Hoop Summit. He details his most impressive performers, including Skal Labissiere and Ben Simmons.

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Scout's Take: Ivan Rabb to Cal

Ivan Rabb's decision to attend Cal gives coach Cuonzo Martin his highest-ranked recruit since he took over the program. Rabb is the No. 6 prospect in the ESPN 100.


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Who will be the 1st overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft? (via TopBet) K Towns -300 J Okafor +200 D Russell +2000 E Mudiay +2500 Field +2000

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St. John's has landed grad transfer Ron M'Vouika from Missouri State, per source Eligible immediately. 6.8 ppg, 40% 3PT two years ago.

Report: Kyle Wiltjer staying at Gonzaga

The forward will return for his senior season, according to the Spokane Spokesman-Review, after leading the team with 16.8 PPG. Teammates Przemek Karnowski and Domantas Sabonis, who played with Wiltjer in the frontcourt, are also returning.