The top programs are looking ahead to their expected recruiting needs for 2019. Here's what they're targeting.
2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/10W 60-48
- 11/13W 93-49
- 11/17W 76-67
- 11/19W 73-53
- 11/23W 68-42
- 11/24W 70-55
- 11/27W 49-37
- 12/2W 75-54
- 12/518L 68-61
- 12/16W 80-60
- 12/19W 78-47
- 12/22W 82-48
- 12/30W 59-58
- 1/3W 78-52
- 1/612W 61-49
- 1/9W 68-61
- 1/14W 68-51
- 1/18W 64-48
- 1/21W 59-49
- 1/2318W 61-36
- 1/274W 65-63
- 1/31W 74-64
- 2/3W 59-44
- 2/7W 59-55
- 2/10L 61-60
- 2/13W 59-50
- 2/21W 65-54
- 2/24W 66-37
- 3/1W 67-66
- 3/3W 62-57
- 3/8W 75-58
- 3/919W 64-58
- 3/1012W 71-63
- 3/1616L 74-54
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These players, including Duke super freshman Zion Williamson, are coming to a college basketball highlight reel soon.
- UNC-Michigan highlights ACC/Big Ten clashes
- Virginia lands Alabama transfer Braxton Key
- NBA Global Academy grads off to UVa, UNLV
- UVa's Bennett gets AP men's coaching honor
The latest batch of college stars heard their names called in the NBA draft. Who will replace them at the nation's top programs?
Kentucky's late addition of Reid Travis forced us to adjust our 2018-19 rankings. There's no denying that the Stanford graduate transfer puts the Wildcats over the top.
Can Michigan State contend with a team built around Nick Ward? How will Mike Krzyzewski utilize Zion Williamson? Each Top 25 team has a pressing question to answer this summer.
Michigan, the 2017-18 national runner-up, will host North Carolina on Nov. 28 as part of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. Other matchups include Michigan State at Louisville and Indiana at Duke on Nov. 27.
The 2018-19 picture is coming into clear view after the NBA draft early-entry deadline. The Jayhawks hold firm at the top spot, while Nevada rose higher in the top 10.
Alabama forward Braxton Key told ESPN he is transferring to Virginia. He will sit out this season and then have two years of eligibility remaining.
Francisco Caffaro and Jonathan Tchamwa Tchatchoua are the first NBA Global Academy graduates to commit to NCAA schools (Virginia and UNLV, respectively).
The deadline for early entrants to declare for the NBA draft has passed, so it's time to re-evaluate the early top 25 for 2018-19. With so many players testing the waters yet not signing with an agent, it's more art than science.
Villanova reigns as national champion. How does the field stack up for next season? Here's your first look at the best of the best for next season.
Virginia coach Tony Bennett, who guided the Cavaliers to a 31-3 overall record this season, including a 17-1 mark in the ACC, was named AP men's coach of the year.
Jeff Goodman & Rece Davis look back on a crazy first weekend of the Tournament (1:08), look ahead to the regional semis (23:16), examine some coaching moves (31:52) and more. Plus, "Talk Nerdy To Me" shares analytical perspectives on what to expect moving forward (26:35).
The Charlotte 49ers have hired Virginia associate head coach Ron Sanchez as their new coach.
Sure, it could happen. A No. 16 could beat a No. 1. But would it ever really, actually, truly happen? Yes, it finally did. No. 16 UMBC beat No. 1 Virginia in the most improbable, do-you-believe-that-just-happened upset in NCAA tournament history.
Virginia coach Tony Bennett, whose Cavaliers became the first No. 1 seed to fall to a No. 16 in NCAA tournament history, said his team was simply outmatched.
What just happened? UMBC did everything right, particularly on offense, while the Cavaliers had their second-worst scoring night of the season.
UMBC's historic win over No. 1 Virginia was the second-largest upset by point-spread standards since the NCAA tournament field expanded in 1985.
Senior guard Jairus Lyles scored 28 points, and the University of Maryland-Baltimore County pulled off the most shocking upset in NCAA Tournament history, defeating Virginia 75-54 on Friday night to become the first No. 16 seed ever to beat a No. 1 seed.
Reigning champ North Carolina and trendy favorite Michigan State begin their tournament runs, while New Mexico State, Butler and Murray State look to become this year's Cinderellas.
Virginia's De'Andre Hunter, who won the ACC's Sixth Man of the Year Award, will miss the NCAA tournament due to a broken wrist suffered in the ACC tournament, the team announced Tuesday.
Virginia remains the unanimous No. 1 in the final AP Top 25 poll of the season, while Kansas jumped to No. 4 after winning the Big 12 tournament.