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37mJohn Gasaway

How non-tourney ACC teams can bounce back

John Gasaway explains how ACC teams that didn't make this year's NCAA tournament can improve and get in the 2016 field.

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3hDana 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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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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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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Fran Fraschilla @franfraschilla

This is perfect time to read Bill Polian's book, The Game Plan. So much great draft insight. I'm searching for articles on him & draft, too.

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Michigan's Max Bielfeldt has been given his release and will explore transferring. Fifth-year big eligible immediately.

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PG Derryck Thornton reclassifies and signs with Duke. Pain of losing Tyus Jones officially eased for Blue Devils.

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If you were worried about how Duke would replace Tyus Jones, well, worry no more. Junior Derryck Thornton, No. 11 in the ESPN 60, has decided to reclassify up to the Class of 2015 and commit for next season. "Once Tyus declared, Duke came after me hard," Thornton said. Nevada product

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