Georgetown announced Tuesday that forward Greg Whittington recently tore the ACL in his left knee, an injury that could potentially sideline him for the entire 2013-14 season.
SEATTLE - They demolished the Kingdome years ago, but the likeness of the 1995 NCAA Final Four most outstanding player has lived on in video games.
The final play of Saturday morning's scrimmage showed why the NBA wants Oklahoma State sophomore guard Marcus Smart so badly.
Connecticut's men's basketball team, which was barred from the 2013 postseason because of past problems with its Academic Progress Rate, has qualified academically for next year's NCAA tournament.
The new American Athletic Conference will hold its first men's basketball tournament at the FedExForum in Memphis next March.
Former University of Akron point guard Alex Abreu has pleaded guilty in a drug case.
Longtime Miami (Ohio) basketball coach Charlie Coles, the school's all-time leader in victories, died Friday in Oxford, Ohio, the school said. He was 71.
Indiana's basketball practices are getting lonely these days.
P.J. Hairston, the leading scorer for the North Carolina men's basketball team last season, was arrested Wednesday by Durham police during a traffic stop in which a handgun and more than 1 1/2 ounces of marijuana were seized.
The University of Montana has dismissed forward Spencer Coleman from the men's basketball team.
Durham, N.C., police arrested North Carolina basketball player P.J. Hairston on Wednesday night and charged him with possession of marijuana and driving without a license.
A police report says officers seized a 9mm handgun and ammunition when North Carolina's leading scorer last season, P.J. Hairston, was arrested on a marijuana possession charge.
Former Auburn basketball player Varez Ward pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges that he conspired to fix a 2012 game that his team lost to Arkansas.
Former UNLV basketball standout Patrick Savoy has been arrested on suspicion of trafficking cocaine after an undercover operation in Las Vegas.
Julie Hermann, Rutgers University's incoming and already embattled athletic director, made a public visit to the school Wednesday. She shed little new light on the controversy that has clouded her arrival but told reporters that she is "uniquely qualified" because of her turbulent time as a volleyball coach at the University of Tennessee.
This one has to fall under the heading of, "what were they thinking ... if they were thinking at all?"