Bill Walton without question is among the most iconic UCLA basketball players of all-time.
Jim Boehmeim’s son Buddy is freshman guard on his Syracuse Orange squad.
Jimmy Butler may be on his way out of Minnesota — eventually — but that did not stop the disgruntled superstar from making a generous gesture to one of his Timberwolves teammates.
One of the hottest names in the upcoming NBA Draft will be former Oklahoma guard Trae Young. Young set the college basketball world ablaze when he averaged 27.4 points, 3.9 rebounds and 8.
Every season, the top prospects in the NBA Draft dominate the media coverage, and then the incoming season. However, in every draft there are a couple of players who just fall through the cracks.
In the past couple of weeks, Duke basketball has watched their star players declare for the 2018 NBA Draft.
After a prosperous junior season in Ann Arbor and a deep run in the NCAA Tournament, Mo Wagner announced Saturday morning that he is headed to the NBA.
The Chicago Cubs finally hosted their home opener against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday afternoon at Wrigley Field.
The major roster turnover for the Duke Blue Devils continues, this time losing star shooting guard Gary Trent Jr. to the draft.
Duke freshman Gary Trent Jr.
Count LeBron James among the college basketball fans left amazed by the standout performance from Donte DiVincenzo, who led the Villanova Wildcats to another national championship.
Friday night, Notre Dame eked out a victory over the undefeated UConn women’s team by a score of 91-89 courtesy of a clutch, last-second jump shot. And an NBA icon took notice.
The Oklahoma City Thunder are in San Antonio for Thursday night’s showdown with the Spurs.
Friday night, Duke came out victorious in a low-scoring 69-65 battle against the red-hot Syracuse Orange.
Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari took to Twitter Friday morning to weigh in on a season that ended with a 61–58 loss to the Kansas State Wildcats in Thursday’s Sweet 16 showdown.
One of the biggest stars thus far in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament without question is Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, the 98-year-old nun who serves as team chaplain for the upstart Loyola-