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5hDana O'Neil

O'Neil: College coaches now wanted by the NBA

Once not interested in the NBA -- nor was the NBA interested in them -- college coaches like Fred Hoiberg, Billy Donovan and Brad Stevens are making the jump. So what changed?

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Jeff Goodman and Jeff Borzello

Goodman & Borzello: Summer targets for Kansas

With Perry Ellis set to depart after 2015-16 and Cheick Diallo likely to follow, Kansas will need to eye frontcourt help this summer. Jeff Goodman and Jeff Borzello assess the Jayhawks' needs.

Chicago fans skeptical of Hoiberg hire (2:40)
3-Point Shot: SEC rivalries, ISU search (1:52)
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11hC.L. Brown

Looking ahead: USC Trojans

It appears that Andy Enfield finally has the foundation in place to get the Trojans out of the Pac-12 cellar.

Duke fantasy camp player hits buzzer-beater (0:23)
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4dDana O'Neil

Looking ahead: Colorado Buffaloes

There is not just an expectation of success at Colorado now, but an expectation that the work needed to succeed will be done.

Jimmy V free throw challenge (1:59)
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5dEamonn Brennan

Looking ahead: Oregon State Beavers

Led by Gary Payton II, the Oregon State Beavers could be heading toward an NCAA tournament bid.

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5dMyron Medcalf

Looking Ahead: Arizona State Sun Devils

Can new coach Bobby Hurley, with his impressive basketball pedigree, turn around an Arizona State Sun Devils program stuck in mediocrity?


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Murray State’s Steve Prohm is in the mix to replace Fred Hoiberg at Iowa State, sources told ESPN.

Jeff Goodman @GoodmanESPN

Rashad Muhammad (Shabazz brother) has gotten release from San Jose State. Has heard from Wake, Louisville, USF, Creighton and Minnesota.

Jay Williams @RealJayWilliams

No #NBA head coaching experience = more money Hoiberg = 5 yrs 25 mil Kerr = 5yr 25 mil Donovan - 5yr 30 mil Alvin Gentry - 4yr 13 mil?????

Cyclone Basketball @CycloneMBB

Niang: "Coach Hoiberg has always been a Dad to us. He will always be there for us, but at the end of the day we will be alright."

Cyclone Basketball @CycloneMBB

Niang: "I am still getting over the fact Fred is leaving. I trust our administration and Jamie Pollard will hire a great leader."