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Scoochie Smith sinks circus shot

It was good for the lay in and one.

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Sudeikis gives his take on Kansas

Kansas-Oklahoma II is Saturday at 2:30 p.m. ET on ESPN. What did Jayhawks fan Jason Sudeikis think of the first triple-overtime instant classic?

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Block leads to transition layup for Dayton

Charles Cooke's block gave the Flyers the ball on the move and John Crosby finished with a layup. Game is live on ESPN2.

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Kentucky's defense needs discipline vs. South Carolina

ESPN's Seth Greenberg tells The Paul Finebaum Show that although No. 22 Kentucky's perimeter defense is "elite," it will face challenges in its matchup vs. South Carolina tomorrow.

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What do 25 3-pointers in a game look like?

Let Montana State show you.

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C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Roy Williams said his bouts often lead him to throw up and he did in the locker room at Boston College, but the team trainer Doug Halverson keeps some prescription pills as a precaution. Williams said he felt better after taking the pills then demanded he watch the close of the game from the tunnel leading to the court. "I got real emotional... because I said we've got to go back out to the tunnel because if we were going to lose I felt like I had to be on the bench with my team. I wasn't going to be back there (in the locker room.)"

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

North Carolina coach Roy Williams reiterated that he "feels fine" after by his count the "17th or 18th" time he's suffered from benign positional vertigo. "What that means is any traumatic, sudden jerking of your head... and you're very dizzy," said Williams, who added that was different than when he's had to grab the scorers table or someone's arm to steady him. "that's just a blood rush."

Suspended PG Kareem Canty turning pro

Tigers head coach Bruce Pearl said the "frustration of the season" contributed to both Canty's indefinite suspension for "conduct detrimental to the team" and his decision to forgo his senior season. Bound for NBA

Bubble Watch: Time is running out for LSU

The most interesting team in Bubble Watch history got more interesting with a loss at South Carolina. Saturday's date with Texas A&M is one of few opportunities remaining for the Tigers. Bubble Watch

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Bill Walton plays the glockenspiel

And can't tell the difference between a bear and a beaver.

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Brennan: Maryland's shot to step it up

Eamonn Brennan: "Defense has really been Maryland's calling card so far. ... Unveiling some of [its] elite offense against Wisconsin on Saturday would be a good step towards the NCAA tournament."

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Tom Crean gets his pregame stretching in

Even coaches have to stay limber at Indiana.

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Bill Walton helps keep Berkeley weird

He played the glockenspiel, saluted Thomas Edison, and wore that shirt.

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Globetrotters dunk on everyone at ESPN

Bob Ley has the nickname of "The General" and the Harlem Globetrotters treated him like a Washington General.

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Southpaw slam fires up Walton

Cal's Jaylen Brown threw down a vicious left-handed dunk that had Bill Walton screaming "Keep Berkeley weird."

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Minuteman's stylish finish in transition

Donte Clark went with the double-clutch dunk for UMass.

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Buzzer-beater forces double overtime

Colorado's George King hit a fallaway 3-pointer as time expired to send the Buffaloes into double overtime.

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Indiana surges later to top No. 4 Iowa

The Hoosiers moved into a three-way tie for the Big Ten lead with an 85-78 win.

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California rolls past No. 11 Oregon

The Golden Bears won 83-63 to pick up their largest victory over a top-15 team since 1995-96.

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Montana State hits 25 3's in 101-58 victory

The Bobcats shot 58.1 percent from distance as they hit the second-most 3-pointers in a single game against a Division I opponent in NCAA history. Box score

Indiana knocks off No. 4 Iowa

The Hoosiers improved to 6-1 over the last five seasons at home against top-5 opponents with an 85-78 win to move into a tie atop the Big Ten standings. Indiana's bench outscored Iowa's 28-0. Box score

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Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

This was a HUGE victory for Indiana -- not just because it gave the Hoosiers a much-needed "resume" win, and because they did it with an off-game from Yogi Ferrell -- but because four of IU's final six games are against the likes of Michigan State (road), Purdue, Iowa (road) and Maryland.

Reverse slam caps off Cal's win

Jabari Bird put the finishing touch on the Golden Bears' blowout victory.

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No. 11 Oregon toppled by Cal 83-63

Jabari Bird scored a game-high 24 points as the Golden Bears won their third straight matchup against a ranked team. Box score

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