— Ismael Massoud had a career-high 31 points and made 8 of 10 from 3-point range, Wake Forest coach Steve Forbes earned the first ACC win of his coaching career, and the Demon Deacons beat Pittsburgh 76-75 on Saturday.
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— Freshman Caleb Love had a season-high 20 points, Armando Bacot scored 14 of his 18 in the second half, and North Carolina beat Wake Forest 80-73 on Wednesday night.
- Wake's Ingraham still recovering, out for season
- Wake Forest-VMI off due to positive virus tests
- Virginia-Wake Forest clash ppd. due to COVID
- British guard Hildreth commits to Wake Forest
Greenberg and Dakich talk to The Bachelor's Matt James about the time he visited Greenberg's house with roses for his wife and if James feels pressure to impress girls on the show.
— Carlik Jones scored a season-high 23 points to help No. 16 Louisville beat Wake Forest 77-65 on Wednesday night, extending the Cardinals' best start in Atlantic Coast Conference play.
Courtside: Greg Gard on cussing in an empty gym and his players ignoring him. Plus, The Bachelor's Matt James and Bachelorette runner-up Tyler Cameron
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast with Wisconsin head coach Greg Gard to discuss how he turned around the 2019-2020 season, how last season’s turnaround factored into his decision to keep his players off campus, D'Mitrik Trice’s clutch play, the patience of his big men and cussing during a game in an empty gym. Then, The Bachelor Matt James and The Bachelorette runner-up Tyler Cameron stop by to talk about having dinner at the Greenberg’s, Matt watching the show with his mom, drinking a plane dry on Tyler’s season, smoothing over awkward silence with a kiss, how their sports backgrounds come into play while taping the show and their nonprofit ABC Food Tours (27:00).
— Matthew Hurt scored a career-high 26 points to help No. 21 Duke beat Wake Forest 79-68 on Saturday in Hall of Fame coach Mike Krzyzewski's return from a one-game absence due to COVID-19 protocols.
— Sam Hauser scored 11 of his 16 points during a 28-10 run to open the second half and No. 22 Virginia returned from a coronavirus pause to beat Wake Forest 70-61 on Wednesday night.
— Jose Alvarado scored 25 points, Michael Devoe added 17, and Georgia Tech cruised to its fourth straight win Sunday night with a 70-54 victory over Wake Forest.
Wake Forest says redshirt freshman Tariq Ingraham is out for the season as he recovers from COVID-19, while graduate transfer Ian DuBose is out indefinitely for medical reasons.
Wake Forest coach Steve Forbes said the Demon Deacons' men's basketball game against VMI on Dec. 21 is "not going to happen'' as the program deals with coronavirus issues.
The announcement comes amid positive COVID-19 tests, contact tracing and quarantines within the Wake Forest program.
— Jonah Antonio and Ian DuBose had 14 points each and Wake Forest held off Longwood for a 71-60 win in the second game of the Wake Forest Classic on Friday night.
As the countdown to the 2020-21 college basketball season continues, ESPN's conference predictions series moves to the ACC.
Greenberg and Dakich tip off the podcast by previewing the ACC, talking about the lack of star-power in the league, the chasm between the top teams and everyone else and if this will be a historically bad season for the conference. Then, North Carolina’s Roy Williams stops by to get into what he learned what he learned after finishing last in the ACC, his team’s strengths and weaknesses, and his thoughts on playing the NCAA Tournament in one location (25:43). Next, it’s SEC preview time with the guys debating whether Tennessee or Kentucky is the class of the league, throwing a sock at LSU, weighing if Florida is primed for a bounce back year, and worry for Georgia (47:52). Finally, Arkansas’ Eric Musselman hops on to discuss his array of masks, the impact of adding three grad transfers to his team, implementing the Milwaukee Bucks offense and getting bullied by his wife on Twitter (1:06:13).
Men's college basketball saw just one coaching change among the six major conferences in 2020. Here's why the 2021 market could return to normal -- and what it would look like.
Cameron Hildreth, one of the top international basketball recruits committing to the college route in the Class of 2021, has committed to Wake Forest, he told ESPN on Thursday.
Some leave for the NBA, some resign and some are fired. No matter the circumstance, these are the coaches with data supporting a return to the collegiate ranks.
Former East Tennessee State coach Steve Forbes brings a history of winning to Winston-Salem. But will that be enough to pluck the Demon Deacons out of the depths of the ACC and send them back to the NCAA tournament?
Jamill Jones, a former Wake Forest assistant basketball coach, got three years probation, community service and a fine for fatally punching a man in August 2018.
Lots of players moved destinations this offseason. Here are the programs that fared the best on the college basketball free-agent market and those that saw a slew of unforeseen departures.
Ex-Tennessee guard Jalen Johnson will follow coach Steve Forbes to Wake Forest instead of heading to East Tennessee State.
Guard Chaundee Brown, Wake Forest's third-leading scorer and second-best rebounder last season, is transferring to Michigan.
Jonah Antonio, a 6-foot-5 guard who was a part-time starter for UNLV last season, announced he will join Wake Forest as a graduate transfer.
Center Olivier Sarr said it came down to Kentucky or staying at Wake Forest, but ultimately the 7-footer chose the Wildcats because it "was the best fit and the best opportunity for me."