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Brown: UNC scandal could hurt Smith legacy
SMU coach and North Carolina alum Larry Brown is concerned that the academic scandal enveloping his alma mater could stain Dean Smith's legacy.
Hall of Fame coach Tarkanian hospitalized
Naismith Hall of Fame basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian is hospitalized in Las Vegas, where his son says he's being treated for pneumonia.
Five-star junior PF Leaf commits to Arizona
Arizona is pushing for the No. 1 recruiting class in 2015, but the Wildcats are already off to a great start on 2016 too.
Aztecs' Fisher signs three-year extension
San Diego State coach Steve Fisher, who turns 70 in March, isn't ready to retire just yet, as he signed a three-year extension with the Aztecs on Wednesday.
Hoosiers' Robinson: Let a lot of people down
Embarrassed and conciliatory, Stanford Robinson and Troy Williams said they are ready to return to the Indiana Hoosiers' lineup Thursday night but that they know they need to earn back the respect of both their teammates and fans.
Holt: Davis accident 'changed my life forever'
For Emmitt Holt, missing basketball games has been hard; dealing with his guilt has been even harder.
Early signing period grades: SEC
RecruitingNation's Jeff Borzello grades the 2015 basketball recruiting classes in the SEC.
Hollis-Jefferson, defense lead No. 2 Arizona
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson scored 19 points and No. 2 Arizona used a stifling defense in a decisive second-half run to give the Wildcats a 71-54 victory over Cal-Irvine on Wednesday night.
Hayes' double-double powers Wisconsin rout
Nigel Hayes scored a career-high 25 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to help No. 3 Wisconsin beat Wisconsin-Green Bay 84-60 on Wednesday night.
Creighton rallies to shock No. 18 Oklahoma
Zach Hanson caught Devin Brooks' air ball along the baseline and put it in the basket for the go-ahead points in the last minute, and Creighton came back from an 18-point deficit to upset No. 18 Oklahoma 65-63 on Wednesday night.