The Grizzlies have signed Jevon Carter, the No. 32 overall pick in this year's draft, to a multiyear deal.
2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/1025L 88-65
- 11/15W 98-64
- 11/18W 111-48
- 11/20W 91-62
- 11/23W 84-78
- 11/24W 83-45
- 11/26W 83-79
- 11/30W 102-69
- 12/515W 68-61
- 12/9W 69-60
- 12/20W 77-38
- 12/23W 86-69
- 12/29W 85-79
- 1/1W 77-69
- 1/67W 89-76
- 1/9W 57-54
- 1/138L 72-71
- 1/1510L 71-66
- 1/20W 86-51
- 1/22L 82-73
- 1/27L 83-76
- 1/31L 93-77
- 2/3W 89-51
- 2/517W 75-73
- 2/10L 88-85
- 2/12W 82-66
- 2/1713L 77-69
- 2/20W 71-60
- 2/24W 85-70
- 2/2612W 84-74
- 3/3L 87-79
- 3/8W 78-65
- 3/914W 66-63
- 3/109L 81-70
- 3/1612W 85-68
- 3/1813W 94-71
- 3/231L 90-78
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The top programs are looking ahead to their expected recruiting needs for 2019. Here's what they're targeting.
These players, including Duke super freshman Zion Williamson, are coming to a college basketball highlight reel soon.
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.
The NBA is becoming a less welcoming place for players like Ethan Happ. The Wisconsin star was told by NBA executives he needs a jump shot to have a chance at the next level.
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.
While W.Va. Gov. Jim Justice says a tentative sports betting agreement has been reached, the casino industry is saying he "jumped the gun."
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.
Villanova's 3-point party rolled past the pressure of West Virginia to bring the Wildcats to the doorstep of another Final Four two seasons after winning a national championship.
The big names come out to play -- Villanova, Duke, Kansas -- with a spot in the Elite Eight on the line. Will the top seeds advance, or will lower seeds again bust brackets?
Early exits by Arizona and Oklahoma might have opened the door for the likes of Duke's Marvin Bagley III, Kansas' Devonte' Graham and Villanova's Jalen Brunson to win the Wooden Award.
What happened in the first two rounds? It was crazy, but we're moving on because the Sweet 16 has arrived. The blue bloods are here, but so are the wild cards, including two(!) 11-seeds. Enjoy the games, but here's what's going to happen this weekend.
OK, let's get a few things straight: A revolution is not happening in college basketball. Nor is what is happening in this NCAA tournament unprecedented. We've had crazier tournaments. What isn't crazy is The Bilastrator's order of the 16 remaining teams.
So your bracket is busted, your original champion is already out of the tournament and you need someone new to follow. We've done the research for you already. All you have to do now is pick the team that best fits your style.
West Virginia will leave a day early for the third round of the NCAA tournament in Boston because of the weather expected to roll into the area.
Let's try this again. It's not exactly the 16 teams we expected, but it's time to take a good look and put them in the proper order. The top teams aren't that shocking, but then the surprises start.
Welcome to the Sweet 16, Sister Jean. Loyola-Chicago's Cinderella story is just one delightful development in this year's field. Half the 1-seeds are gone, and there's no telling who has the upper hand to reach the Final Four.
Jevon Carter scored 28 points, Lamont West added 18 off the bench and West Virginia overwhelmed its in-state rival beating Marshall 94-71 on Sunday night in the second-round of the NCAA Tournament.