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Recent Griz signees are long shots

Memphis added forwards Troy Williams from Indiana and D.J. Stephens, who played for the Memphis Tigers. Kevin Pelton writes that it's unlikely either opens the season on the Grizzlies' roster. Rating latest NBA deals (Insider)

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Watch: No. 5 TMD vs. No. 8 Trained to Go

The TMD team is led by former Ole Miss star Marshall Henderson. Also featured is Arkansas' B.J. Young in the backcourt. Meanwhile, Mike Bruesewitz (Wisconsin) and Calvin Godfrey (Memphis) are also suiting up for the No. 5 seed in The Basketball Tournament. Live on ESPN3

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Future Big 12: The contenders, wild cards and ... UCLA?

The Big 12 is on the hunt for new members. There are legitimate contenders, such as BYU and Cincinnati, and there are hopefuls, wild cards and even a potential Power 5 defector.

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Big 12 set to get bigger

The Big 12 Conference announced on Tuesday that it will begin the process of reviewing expansion candidates. Multiple American Athletic Conference schools, along with BYU and Colorado State, have expressed interest in joining the conference so far. Expansion details

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Vote: Best college basketball teams that never were

After 10 years of one-and-done NBA draft prospects, we thought about a world where players stayed in college for three or four years. The would-be rosters are pretty daunting. You pick the best.

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Imagine Memphis with Rose and Evans

What if the NBA played by the same draft rules as the NFL, and players had to stay at least three years in college? Derrick Rose and Tyreke Evans would have been great together at Memphis. What if it was three-and-done?

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Leading scorer will return to Memphis

Memphis forward Dedric Lawson (15.8 PPG as a freshman) withdrew his name from the NBA draft on Thursday, giving new head coach Tubby Smith a key returner to build around next season. The Commercial Appeal

Report: Lawson struggles in agility tests

Though forward Dedric Lawson performed well in the NBA combine non-stationary shooting drills (15-of-18 shooting from 15 feet), he struggled during the physical tests. The 18-year-old freshman finished last or tied for last in every category in the agility test. The Commercial Appeal

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Coppin State graduate transfer Christian Kessee committed to Memphis, source told ESPN. Eligible immediately.

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Biggest recruiting questions facing new coaches

Can Josh Pastner keep top talent in Georgia? Will Tubby Smith change his recruiting philosophy at Memphis? New coaches face some difficult questions.

Marc J. Spears The Undefeated 

Memphis forward Dedric Lawson has entered the NBA Draft, but will not hire an agent, a source told The Undefeated. He averaged 15.8 points and 9.3 rebounds as a freshman. Lawson previously announced he was returning to school, but sent in the paperwork today to apply for the NBA draft.

Team Stats

Points Per Game77.180th
Rebounds Per Game40.917th
Assists Per Game15.266th
Points Allowed70.2135th

Tournament History

Final Fours3
Tournament Record34-26
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances26