ESPN is canceling plans to host eight of its men's college basketball events at the ESPN Wide World of Sports property at Walt Disney World, which was the site for the NBA's bubble.
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We're less than a month from the start of the 2020-21 college basketball season. Kentucky, which received some good transfer news last week, makes a move in our latest ranking.
- ESPN nixes plans to host hoops events at Disney
- Baylor, Gonzaga slated for December matchup
- Gregg joins Zags as 3rd top-30 recruit since '07
- Powerhouses Baylor, Gonzaga to play this season
Several college basketball programs' fortunes will rise or fall on the play of new faces in 2020-21. Here are the players most under the microscope.
Dick Vitale gives his top teams for the upcoming season based on players returning and players lost, coaching and the VBDI (Vitale Bald Dome Index), which is in overdrive, baby!
Baylor and Gonzaga will play Dec. 5 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
ESPN 100 forward Ben Gregg (No. 29) is Gonzaga's third top-30 recruit since 2007, along with Austin Daye in 2007 and Jalen Suggs for the 2020 class.
Two of the top teams in college basketball, Baylor and Gonzaga, No. 1 and No. 3 in ESPN's Way-Too-Early Top 25, will face off this season, Baylor's Scott Drew confirmed.
The Bears are the new No. 1 in the Way-Too-Early Top 25 for men's college basketball following the NBA draft deadline.
Iowa head coach Fran McCaffery joins Seth and Dan to talk about coaching both of his sons this season, Luka Garza’s decision to forego the NBA Draft and return to college, how the pre-draft process was different this year, and the outlook for his team next season (8:15). Plus, the guys discuss winners and losers following the deadline to declare for the NBA Draft.
When the smoke cleared from Monday's NBA draft deadline, a few schools -- and a couple of notable leagues -- were left feeling good about their 2020-21 chances.
Gonzaga forward Corey Kispert has decided to return for his senior season, giving the Bulldogs a big boost.
Joel Ayayi will return to Gonzaga for his junior decision after withdrawing his name from the NBA draft.
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast by stating the obvious: They don’t know anything about when, how or if college basketball will be played. Then the guys run through players that are still deciding whether they’ll stay in the NBA Draft or return to college, what Michigan State will look like next year if Xavier Tillman leaves and the impact of Filip Petrusev going pro on Gonzaga. Plus, they discuss how many difference-makers are in the draft, what the G League looks like this season and Europe basketball leagues being hit hard by the pandemic.
Gonzaga Bulldogs center Filip Petrusev has decided to leave school and sign a deal to play professionally in Serbia, Petrusev's father, Dejan, told ESPN.
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.
The Basketball Tournament has removed a third team in three days -- and the fourth team overall -- from the winner-take-all $1 million tournament that starts Saturday, because of a positive coronavirus test.
Who among Gonzaga's prized trio will return? Does Luka Garza take a shot at the draft? What transfers will be eligible next season? Jeff Borzello discusses all of these concerns and more.
Ahead of the 2020 TBT, stars including Joe Johnson and Travis Diener reflect on the college games that have stuck with them.
Point guard Andrew Nembhard, the nation's top available transfer who left Florida in May, announced he was committing to Gonzaga.
The top five teams remain the same, but there is movement in the Way-Too-Early Top 25 for men's college basketball.
Gonzaga's Mark Few said he will cancel all team activities, workouts, practices and scrimmages on Election Day to promote the significance of civic engagement, and wants coaches around the country to join him.