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Selection committee to monitor Embiid injury
The NCAA tournament selection committee will be in contact with the Kansas Jayhawks throughout the week regarding the injury status of freshman center Joel Embiid, committee chair Ron Wellman said on ESPNU's Katz Korner on Tuesday.
Warren tops Parker for ACC player of year
NC State sophomore T.J. Warren was named ACC Player of the Year over Duke freshman Jabari Parker on Tuesday.
Orr out following 7 seasons at Bowling Green
Bowling Green has parted ways with coach Louis Orr after seven seasons, the school announced Tuesday.
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S. Dakota fires interim hoops coach James
South Dakota has decided not to retain interim coach Joey James, the school announced Tuesday.
Legends hosts: Nova, Michigan, VCU, Oregon
Villanova, Michigan, VCU and Oregon will be the four host schools for the Legends Classic at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn next November.
Wofford captures SoCon, returns to tourney
Karl Cochran scored 23 points, and Wofford beat Western Carolina 56-53 on Monday night to capture the Southern Conference championship and a spot in the NCAA tournament.
Manhattan wins MAAC, punches NCAA ticket
George Beamon scored 16 points Monday night and Manhattan held off rival Iona 71-68 for the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference title and a berth into the NCAA tournament.
Delaware clinches 1st NCAA bid since 1999
Carl Baptiste scored a career-high 24 points, including a go-ahead layup with 10 seconds left, and Delaware squeezed past William & Mary 75-74 Monday night to win the Colonial Athletic Association championship and earn a berth in the NCAA tournament.
Players support South Carolina coach Martin
South Carolina freshman Sindarius Thornwell joined the Gamecocks because of Frank Martin's fiery style, and he wants the coach to be himself when he returns from his one-game suspension.