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Stoudamire back at Arizona as assistant coach
Damon Stoudamire was one of most popular players in Arizona history, an electrifying, high-scoring guard with a cool nickname.
Ex-coach Alford, New Mexico agree on buyout
The University of New Mexico says it has reached an agreement in principal with former basketball coach Steve Alford over his buyout.
Washington's Wilcox undergoes foot surgery
Washington guard C.J. Wilcox has undergone surgery on his left foot to stabilize a stress fracture that bothered him for much of his junior season.
Kansas St. adds former Hoyas forward Bolden
Kansas State says sophomore forward Brandon Bolden is joining the Wildcats after leaving Georgetown.
Freshman Impact: Memphis
With a top recruiting class and three senior guards, are Tigers a top-15 team?
Chicago announces plans for new DePaul arena
After more than three decades spent playing in the suburbs, DePaul basketball is finally getting its own place in the city.
Swofford: ACC mulls playing at MSG, Barclays
The ACC is "thoroughly investigating" playing its men's basketball tournament at Madison Square Garden, sources told ESPN on Tuesday.
Gordon transferring from Arizona St. to Indiana
Evan Gordon is coming home.
Rutgers hires Louisville's Hermann as AD
Rutgers has hired Louisville senior associate athletic director Julie Hermann as its new athletic director.
Penn State G Marshall forgoing final season
Penn State guard Jermaine Marshall, the team's second-leading scorer, is foregoing his senior year of eligibility to pursue a professional career overseas.