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Brennan: Looking ahead at San Diego State

The 2014-15 Aztecs played great defense but struggled to score. Will returning forward Winston Shepard and San Diego State be improved heading into the 2015-16 season?

3-Point Shot: Bo Ryan's Successor (2:35)
3-Point Shot: SCAR, MSU, IU previews (2:38)
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2dDick Vitale

Vitale: Roundball chatter

St. John's learned shot-blocker extraordinaire Chris Opekpa will transfer, and longtime assistant Mike Hopkins will officially take over for Jim Boeheim at Syracuse.

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O'Neil: Looking ahead at Wichita State

Wichita State's rise to college basketball prominence has been tied to the play of Ron Baker and Fred VanVleet. Now they're ready for their final act.

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3dJeff Goodman and Jeff Borzello

Summer targets: Georgia Bulldogs

Mark Fox and Georgia have a good start on 2016-17, thanks to the commitments of Tyree Crump and Jordan Harris. What other big names could take the Bulldogs' lone remaining scholarship?


ESPNU CBB - Bo Ryan's Legacy

Indiana's Tom Crean and Michigan State's Tom Izzo join Andy Katz and Seth Greenberg to discuss Bo Ryan's legacy and what he's meant to Wisconsin and the Big Ten.

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Looking ahead: Xavier Musketeers

Xavier made it to the Sweet 16 on the strength of its efficient offense. The Musketeers could be better this season if they can find a point guard.

3-Point Shot: Pan Am tryout roster (2:37)
SEC men's basketball coaches support removal of Confederate flag (1:16)
3-Point Shot: Coach takes stance on flag (3:29)
How Austin has brought attention to Marfan syndrome (3:12)


Jayhawks open strong in South Korea

Kansas forced 20 turnovers to beat Turkey 66-57 in the opener at the World University Games. Bill Self's squad is representing the United States at the event. Wayne Selden Jr. led the Jayhawks with 19 points.


Kansas leading Turkey after 3

Representing the United States at the World University Games, Kansas has a 54-47 lead heading to the 4th quarter. Turkey has made eight 3-pointers to keep things close. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

Fran Fraschilla @franfraschilla

Not a criticism of USA college hoops but best Euro teams are pros with guys who've been in or could be in NBA . Older & more experienced.

Fran Fraschilla @franfraschilla

Whether KU wins these games in Korea means little. Does remind me that Real Madrid would beat our NCAA champs by +25 points most nights.