ESPN's panel talks Pac-12 recruiting, including UCLA's run, changes at Arizona, and Oregon's uncommon transfer success.
- 11/27W 74-55
- 12/5W 70-67
- 12/7W 96-53
- 12/9W 85-60
- 12/12W 69-61
- 12/19L 78-75
- 12/22W 70-64
- 12/28W 88-74
- 12/31W 80-53
- 1/2W 86-82
- 1/7L 87-73
- 1/9L 81-76
- 1/14W 98-64
- 1/21W 84-82
- 1/25W 80-67
- 1/28L 73-64
- 1/30W 71-50
- 2/4L 73-58
- 2/6L 82-79
- 2/11W 70-61
- 2/13L 63-61
- 2/18L 74-60
- 2/2017W 81-72
- 2/25W 69-53
- 2/27W 75-74
- 3/1L 80-69
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Jeff Borzello talked to anonymous coaches about the Pac-12 schools that have the most and fewest recruiting advantages.
- Transfer forward leaves Arizona for Texas Tech
- Kentucky lands another 5-star PG in Washington
- Bal, top international prospect, chooses Arizona
- Baylor adds Akinjo, who led Arizona in scoring
Forward Daniel Batcho, who will transfer to Texas Tech from Arizona, will have all four years of eligibility to utilize when he joins first-year coach Mark Adams' Red Raiders.
TyTy Washington announced his commitment to Kentucky on Wednesday, giving John Calipari his 12th five-star point guard recruit since taking over in Lexington in 2009. Washington chose the Wildcats over Arizona, Baylor, Kansas, LSU and Oregon.
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Five-star point guard TyTy Washington has committed to Kentucky. "There is a big challenge at Kentucky for playing time and a leadership role. I always liked a challenge." Washington is the 12th five-star point guard to commit to Kentucky since John Calipari took over in 2009 - Jeff Borzello
Adama Ball, the top international college basketball prospect, has committed to Arizona, he told ESPN on Tuesday.
National champion Baylor is adding transfer guard James Akinjo, the leading scorer for Arizona last season. He is expected to join the team this summer and will have two seasons of eligibility remaining.
Tommy Lloyd previously had chances to coach other programs and turned them all down, but the longtime Gonzaga assistant says the opportunity to coach Arizona was too good for him to pass up.
Arizona hired Gonzaga assistant Tommy Lloyd as its next men's basketball head coach, it was announced on Wednesday.
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Arizona is expected to hire Gonzaga assistant Tommy Lloyd as its next head coach, sources told ESPN's Jeff Borzello. Over the past few weeks, Lloyd had emerged as the favorite to replace Sean Miller in Tucson. Arizona looked at coaches with connections to the Wildcats, namely Pacific's Damon Stoudamire, Georgia Tech's Josh Pastner and Los Angeles Lakers assistant coach Miles Simon, but they opted to go outside the family.
Arizona announced Wednesday that basketball coach Sean Miller was "leaving the program" after 12 seasons.
The Sean Miller saga at Arizona has finally ended. Who will be the Wildcats' first choice to move the program forward?
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Sean Miller is out at Arizona, sources tell ESPN's Jeff Borzello
Gonzaga fell short after an epic run, but should have the returning talent to compete for a national championship again next season.
In December, Stanford's Tara VanDerveer became the all-time winningest coach in women's college basketball, passing the late Tennessee legend Pat...
The tournament was moved to Asheville, North Carolina last year due to the coronavirus pandemic and returns to Hawaii this year.
The women's NCAA Tournament is well-known for its chalk-filled brackets.
Indiana, Utah and Marquette are among the big jobs still available. Loyola's Porter Moser remains the hottest name to watch.
Oregon senior Chris Duarte has been named the AP's Pac-12 player of the year after helping lead the Ducks to their second straight regular-season title.
Arizona's men's basketball program faces allegations of five Level I rules violations, including two alleged instances of academic misconduct.
Embattled Indiana coach Archie Miller is among the primary hot seat names, but could IU find a better alternative?
— Chris Duarte scored 22 points, Eugene Omoruyi added 21 and Oregon ended Arizona's season with an 80-69 win...
— James Akinjo scored a career-high 26 points with seven assists, his final one a kick-out to Azuolas Tubelis who converted a baseline jumper for a 75-74 victory over Washington on Saturday.
— James Akinjo scored 19 points and Arizona shut down Washington State, pulling away for a 69-53 victory on Thursday night.