No list of breakout players for next season can omit Colorado’s Xavier Johnson.
It’s safe to say this league will have at least five teams in the NCAA Tournament, but anything more than that depends on what happens elsewhere.
Danny Hurley has done a tremendous job upgrading the Rhode Island roster, and now has a legitimate 10-man rotation.
The Atlantic 10 may have lost brand name schools like Temple, Xavier, and Butler, but everyone else in the league improved since the end of last season.
Just like they did last year with Dion Waiters, the Cavs went for the best available talent instead of overall need.
Ben McLemore seemed be to a virtual lock to be taken among the top three picks a few weeks ago, but now he could drop all the way to Sacramento at No. 7.
Maryland’s Alex Len has emerged as a strong option for Cleveland with the first-overall pick, but that doesn’t mean that’s the only way the Cavs can land him.
One of the more underrated story lines heading into next season is how Memphis will adjust to the American Athletic Conference.
The Atlantic 10 may have lost brand name programs like Temple, Butler, and Xavier, but the league is going to be just as deep as it was last year.
If you want him to score, he’ll score. If you want him to rebound, he’ll rebound. And if you want him to run your team, he’ll do it with precision at 6-foot-9. But what about Anderson’s ability to lead?
I’m hearing Ohio State’s Amir Williams had a terrific spring in Columbus.
For some programs, transfers are devastating. For others, it’s a valuable way to build and maintain a competitive foundation in some of the best conferences in the country.
DeAndre Kane’s decision to commit to Iowa State on Thursday night immediately makes the Cyclones a top-four team in the Big 12 next season along with Kansas, Oklahoma State, and Baylor.
How could Katin Reinhardt leave after being fourth on UNLV in scoring as a freshman (10.1 PPG), and second in minutes played (29.2)?
Iowa State needs to get back to the way they initially built their program under Fred Hoiberg — taking transfers.