It’s understandable if Cleveland State basketball coach Gary Waters is frustrated over the rule that allows players who have graduated with one year of eligibility remaining to transfer to another school and be eligible to play immediately.
Brandon Ingram, a 6-foot-8 senior forward from Kinston (North Carolina) High, will announce his college choice at 5:10 p.m., Central time, Monday in his school’s gymnasium. By Gary Bedore
Malik Newman, a 6-foot-3 senior combo guard from Callaway High in Jackson, Mississippi, who is ranked No. 8 nationally in the Class of 2015 by Rivals.com, announced for Mississippi State today.
Not so fast. Malik Newman, a 6-foot-3 senior from Callaway High in Jackson, Mississippi, says he has not chosen Mississippi State as reported by cbssports.com. By Gary Bedore
Bill Self met with new Kansas University women’s basketball coach Brandon Schneider last week when Schneider was on campus for his job interview. By Gary Bedore
Kansas University recruiting target Malik Newman, a 6-foot-3 senior shooting guard from Callaway High in Jackson, Mississippi, will reveal his college choice on Friday, Newman said Tuesday.
Malik Newman will announce his college choice on Friday.
Cheick Diallo is hinting that he is mighty close to announcing his college choice. By Gary Bedore
There’s a lot of talking going on in gyms and living rooms — as well as on the phone these days — between the few uncommitted blue-chip high school basketball prospects in the Class of 2015 and high-profile college coaches. By Gary Bedore
Former UNC Charlotte center Mike Thorne Jr., who had Kansas University on his list of possible transfer destinations, on Saturday committed to University of Illinois during his campus visit. By Gary Bedore
There will be summertime basketball in Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri.
Kansas will play Team Canada in a pair of exhibition games at Sprint Center in June before heading to South Korea as Team USA for the World University Games.
Jeffrey Greene noticed some signs that his son, Kansas University sophomore Brannen Greene, was hurting a bit more than the 6-foot-7 guard admitted to late last season.
Perry Ellis received the league's basketball scholar-athlete of the year award today.
Brannen Greene's surgery to repair a torn labrum has been deemed a success.