Will Sheehey will miss the rest of Adidas Nations with a moderate ankle sprain after suffering the injury in a collision on Sunday.
It was a scary moment -- and enough to get him to leave early -- but the knee injury to Louisville\'s key sophomore doesn\'t appear to be extremely serious.
Nine-year veteran of NCAA, Angie Cretors, goes to UConn
After losing director of basketball operations Moe Hicks on Wednesday, sources say St. John\'s has filled his spot on staff with Saint Louis associate head coach Jim Whitesell.
Some sad news as one of college hoops\' most lovable creatures appears to be failing in health after retiring from duty just last May.
Christopher Craig was as recently as 2011 an assistant at the D-I level. But now, reportedly, authorities are looking for him after multiple threats toward Mormons and Catholics.
One of the most powerful and forward-thinking commissioners in college sports turns his attention to an issue with much talk but little action.
Tyus Jones repeatedly insisted, when I talked to him last month, that he and Jahlil Okafor aren\'t leaning any particular way in regard to making a college decision. And that might\'ve been true at the time. But Okafor\'s AAU coach, on Friday, publicly established Duke as the leader for the supposed package deal
The NCAA announced changes to the tournament bracketing process in an effort to give itself more flexibility
Malik Newman\'s nonstop scoring over the month of July gives him the edge in the class of 2015 heading into the school season.
One of the most famous college basketball venues might alter its court setup for what would be a huge game against Duke next season.
Tide land arguably top in-state recruit in Coleman
There were plenty of rising stars during the summer AAU period, but none more so than Myles Turner, who could be the No. 2-ranked player in 2014.
Big news for the Cornhuskers, which will have the services of a New Zealand-born guard who could be one of the better players in his class.
It\'s the second version of the Armed Forces Classic, and also the second time a regular-season college hoops game has been held in Asia.
One of the fastest risers of June and July was Trey Kell, a smooth guard from San Diego. It hit a crescendo in Vegas, where he nabbed offers left and right.
In the span of a few hours Vanderbilt has gone from a team that had NCAA tournament hopes to one that could struggle to reach the NIT.
The college basketball Hall of Fame announced its 2013 inductees on Monday. Five players, two coaches, two contributors -- and one famous team.
Two impact players for the Beavers have been reprimanded by coach Craig Robinson. How long will they be punished? That remains to be seen.
One of the most well-known athletes in school history is returning to the basketball team\'s bench.