The $2 million TBT has begun. Here's your up-to-date results, info on how to watch and who our experts are picking to win The Basketball Tournament.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/610W 92-87
- 11/12W 84-68
- 11/16W 89-76
- 11/21W 77-68
- 11/235W 87-81
- 12/1W 90-84
- 12/4W 72-47
- 12/8W 63-60
- 12/1517W 74-71
- 12/18W 89-53
- 12/2218L 80-76
- 12/29W 87-63
- 1/223W 70-63
- 1/5L 77-60
- 1/925W 77-68
- 1/12W 73-68
- 1/14W 80-78
- 1/19L 65-64
- 1/2124W 80-76
- 1/268L 71-63
- 1/29L 73-63
- 2/216W 79-63
- 2/5L 74-67
- 2/9W 84-72
- 2/11W 82-77
- 2/16W 78-53
- 2/2314L 91-62
- 2/2516W 64-49
- 3/2W 72-67
- 3/5L 81-68
- 3/9W 78-70
- 3/14W 65-57
- 3/15W 88-74
- 3/16L 78-66
- 3/2113W 87-53
- 3/235L 89-75
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The fields for 13 early-season college basketball tournaments were announced Thursday. Here's your handy guide to all 13 ESPN-aired events.
- Houston lands top transfer Grimes from Kansas
- Kansas lands Wilson, last top-50 recruit left
- Kansas adds 3-point threat with Moss transfer
- Kansas' Grimes exits draft, enters transfer portal
Florida and Kansas added key transfers, helping them ascend in our early stacking of the 2019-20 college hoops pecking order.
With a little more than a week to go before the start of the $2 million TBT, we identified the player to stop for each team in the bracket.
Former Kansas guard Quentin Grimes, the best transfer player still available in ESPN's rankings, chose the Cougars over Texas A&M.
Small forward Jalen Wilson, the last remaining top-50 prospect, committed to Kansas on Wednesday. Wilson had committed to Michigan, but reopened the process when coach John Beilein left for the NBA.
The Basketball Tournament, a $2 million, winner-take-all event, is back for a sixth year. We've ranked all 64 teams in this summer's showcase.
One of the best available graduate transfers, Isaiah Moss will bring much-needed perimeter shooting to Kansas.
NBA draft decisions and some critical prospect commitments have altered our emerging snapshot of the 2019-20 college hoops season.
Wednesday was the deadline for player entry in the 2019 NBA draft. Here are the college teams with bigger (or fewer) worries.
Kansas guard Quentin Grimes will enter the transfer portal after withdrawing his name from the NBA draft on Wednesday.
This Just In
Decision coming Tuesday for elite guard RJ Hampton. Kansas, Memphis, Texas Tech his final three, according to Jeff Borzello.
Forward Silvio De Sousa, who was a key reserve in Kansas' run to the Final Four in the 2017-18 season, won his appeal and has been ruled eligible to play this season, the NCAA announced.
North Carolina secured the services of Cole Anthony, and makes a big move up the college basketball preseason rankings for 2019-20.
Kansas, which has worn Adidas gear since 2005, has lengthened its deal with the footwear and apparel company through 2031. An extension last year was put on hold amid an FBI investigation.
Kansas center Udoka Azubuike will return for his senior season, giving coach Bill Self the 7-foot center he had hoped to build his offense around last season.
Kansas has filed its appeal regarding the ongoing suspension of Silvio De Sousa, who did not play last season following testimony regarding a $2,500 payment to his guardian.
Devon Dotson is ranked No. 72 in ESPN's draft rankings.
Quentin Grimes announced Wednesday that he will enter the NBA draft, skipping his final three seasons after a rocky and inconsistent freshman year.
The Spartans have nearly everyone back from their Final Four team and project as next season's team to beat.
James Gatto, the former Adidas executive convicted in the college basketball corruption trial, will pay NC State and Kansas a total of $342,437.75 in legal fees and repayment of scholarships.
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