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O'Neil: Looking ahead at the Kentucky Wildcats

Replacing eight guys from a team that lost but one game in 39 tries is a rather tall order, but this is Kentucky, and expectations are always high.

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Greenberg: Coaches' summer checklist

Seth Greenberg details 12 things college coaches do to prepare their teams during the offseason -- actually one of the busiest times of year.

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

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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.

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Looking ahead: Oregon State Beavers

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


Jeff Borzello @jeffborzello

Jordan Brown -- one of the best 2018 prospects at USAB -- has an offer from Nevada. Interest from California, Stanford, UVA, Wake Forest.

Jeff Borzello @jeffborzello

New Zealand prospect Matthew Freeman listed Notre Dame, Stanford, USC, California, Wake Forest, Oklahoma, Vandy, Tenn, Loyola Marymount.

Looking ahead: Kentucky

Replacing eight guys from a team that lost but one game in 39 tries is a rather tall order, but this is Kentucky -- and expectations are always high. O'Neil: Missing on recruits

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Eamonn Brennan @eamonnbrennan

Not being in Chicago anymore, it's hard to get a feel for nebulous local opinion. Are people really that down on the Hoiberg hire?

Jeff Goodman @GoodmanESPN

Iowa State search to replace Hoiberg includes Murray State coach Steve Prohm and Stephen F. Austin’s Brad Underwood, source told ESPN.