More Men's College Basketball News
Jim Boeheim is convinced Carmelo Anthony will continue to fall short of a championship if the New York Knicks maintain the core of their current lineup.
UConn reinstates Wolf after charges dropped
Connecticut center Enosch Wolf has been reinstated to the team following a decision last month by prosecutors to drop charges in a domestic violence case.
Ex-Rutgers coach Rice receiving counseling
Former Rutgers coach Mike Rice has spent the past two weeks at John Lucas' Wellness and Aftercare Program in Houston, Lucas told ESPN.com Monday.
Florida Intl. guard Smith transfers to Minnesota
Guard Malik Smith has signed his tender to transfer from Florida International to Minnesota.
Black transfers to Kansas, can play right away
Memphis forward Tarik Black is transferring to Kansas and will be eligible to play immediately.
Report: Coach K considering Team USA return
Mike Krzyzewski is in discussions to return as U.S. Olympic basketball coach through the Rio 2016 Olympics, according to SI.com.
Montana lands Washington transfer Breunig
Montana men's basketball coach Wayne Tinkle has announced the signing of 6-foot-8 forward Martin Breunig, who is transferring from the University of Washington.
Washington's Wilcox undergoes foot surgery
Washington guard C.J. Wilcox has undergone surgery on his left foot to stabilize a stress fracture that bothered him for much of his junior season.
Ex-coach Alford, New Mexico agree on buyout
The University of New Mexico says it has reached an agreement in principal with former basketball coach Steve Alford over his buyout.
Kansas St. adds former Hoyas forward Bolden
Kansas State says sophomore forward Brandon Bolden is joining the Wildcats after leaving Georgetown.
Stoudamire back at Arizona as assistant coach
Damon Stoudamire was one of most popular players in Arizona history, an electrifying, high-scoring guard with a cool nickname.
Lipscomb tabs Stetson's Alexander as coach
Lipscomb has hired Casey Alexander as the 18th head coach in the program's history, luring him away after spending the past two seasons at Stetson.
Chicago announces plans for new DePaul arena
After more than three decades spent playing in the suburbs, DePaul basketball is finally getting its own place in the city.
Gordon transferring from Arizona St. to Indiana
Evan Gordon is coming home.
Swofford: ACC mulls playing at MSG, Barclays
The ACC is "thoroughly investigating" playing its men's basketball tournament at Madison Square Garden, sources told ESPN on Tuesday.
Florida PG Ogbueze transfers to Charlotte
Charlotte head coach Alan Major has announced that point guard Braxton Ogbueze has transferred from Florida to play for the 49ers.
Penn State G Marshall forgoing final season
Penn State guard Jermaine Marshall, the team's second-leading scorer, is foregoing his senior year of eligibility to pursue a professional career overseas.
Minnesota sophomore Coleman to transfer
Minnesota sophomore guard Joe Coleman was granted his release from his scholarship on Wednesday, according to the university.
No. 1 prospect Wiggins chooses Jayhawks
Top basketball prospect Andrew Wiggins is headed to Kansas.
Rutgers hires Louisville's Hermann as AD
Rutgers has hired Louisville senior associate athletic director Julie Hermann as its new athletic director.
Hurricanes add Ohio JUCO transfer Kelly
Junior college transfer James Kelly signed a national letter of intent with the Miami Hurricanes, giving coach Jim Larranaga seven new players after winning the Atlantic Coast Conference title last season.
Source: Baylor G Rose transferring from school
For the second time this week, a Baylor Bears player has decided to transfer. A source told ESPN.com that point guard L.J. Rose asked for and was granted his release during a meeting with head coach Scott Drew on Tuesday afternoon.
Iowa G Ingram will transfer after 1 season
Iowa guard Patrick Ingram plans to transfer after just one season with the Hawkeyes.
Hawaii drops name change; 'Rainbow' stays
Hawaii's athletic department is scrapping a plan to drop the word "Rainbow" from its men's teams' nicknames.
G Lewis is latest Longhorn to leave program
Julien Lewis, Texas; third leading scorer last season, is transferring.
Brown U. player critically injured by punch
Police in Providence, R.I., say a Brown University basketball player is in critical condition after being punched in the head in what appeared to be an unprovoked assault.
Report: Chicago has $300M DePaul arena plan
Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel is expected to announced a plan that could give the Blue Demons -- who have played at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Ill., since 1980 -- a new 12,000-seat arena in the city, the Chicago Sun-Times reported Monday.
SEC-Big 12 hoops challenge starts next season
Teams from the Southeastern Conference and Big 12 will meet in basketball next season.
Chattanooga appoints VCU assistant Wade
Chattanooga hired VCU assistant Will Wade as the Mocs' new men's basketball coach on Monday, hoping his experience helping the VCU Rams develop into an NCAA tournament team can get that program back on track.
Rutgers says coach Jordan has no degree
New Rutgers basketball coach Eddie Jordan is not a graduate of the university as the school had claimed, another embarrassment for an athletic program still smarting from the firing of previous coach Mike Rice.
Judge tosses ex-Miami coach Haith's petition
A federal judge has denied a petition by Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith, who wanted to subpoena Bank of America employees to determine if his financial records were illegally accessed during the NCAA's investigation of Miami athletics.
Georgia Tech guard Reed decides to transfer
Georgia Tech coach Brian Gregory says junior guard Brandon Reed plans to transfer to another school to complete his eligibility.
D. Hamilton, No. 27 junior, commits to UConn
Following a Nike EYBL game Friday night, guard Daniel Hamilton (Los Angeles/St. John Bosco) committed to Connecticut.