Tennessee and Creighton are among college basketball programs to be bringing in some of the biggest rising prospects for next season.
- 11/25W 73-56
- 11/26L 75-69
- 11/27L 70-59
- 12/2W 83-54
- 12/4W 85-68
- 12/8W 94-57
- 12/12L 74-71
- 12/16W 80-74
- 12/21L 56-49
- 12/29W 58-57
- 1/17L 58-57
- 1/21W 72-52
- 1/24W 80-53
- 1/26W 76-72
- 1/28L 67-65
- 2/1W 96-69
- 2/3W 75-61
- 2/6W 66-59
- 2/24W 61-46
- 2/28W 80-74
- 3/2W 73-52
- 3/79L 67-64
- 3/12W 70-62
- 3/137L 76-74
- 3/204W 71-60
- 3/252W 59-56
- 3/271W 90-67
- 3/284W 77-64
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Earl Timberlake, a former Miami wing and one of the top transfers this spring, has committed to play at Memphis.
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Boogie Ellis scored 23 points and Memphis never trailed after a fast start to beat Mississippi State 77-64 in the NIT championship game Sunday, giving the Tigers the title in Penny Hardaway's third season coaching his alma mater.
— Landers Nolley II scored a career-high 27 points with seven of Memphis' season-high 14 made 3-pointers, and the Tigers advanced to their first NIT championship game since winning the title in 2002 with a 90-67 semifinal win over Colorado State on...
— Lester Quinones made a putback with 32.5 seconds remaining to give Memphis the lead en route to a 59-56 win over Boise State in the NIT on Thursday night.
- South Carolina State has hired former Memphis assistant Tony Madlock to be its men's basketball head coach.
— Landers Nolley II had 21 points, six rebounds and five assists, Lester Quinones added 15 points, all in the second half, and 10 rebounds and Memphis beat Dayton 71-60 on Saturday in the first round of the NIT Tournament.
Colorado State, Saint Louis, Memphis and Ole Miss are the No. 1 seeds for the National Invitation Tournament. Louisville, ranked as the first team out of the NCAA tournament by the selection committee, turned down a spot in the NIT.
— Justin Gorham scored 15 points, including four free throws in the final 27 seconds, and No. 7 Houston beat Memphis 76-74 on Saturday to advance to its third consecutive American Athletic Conference Tournament final.
— D.J. Jeffries came off the bench to score 17 points to lead Memphis to a 70-62 win over Central Florida in the American Athletic Conference Tournament quarterfinals on Friday night.
— Tramon Mark hit a long 3-pointer as time expired to give No. 9 Houston a 67-64 win over Memphis on Sunday.
— Boogie Ellis had 18 points, DeAndre Williams scored 13 points and had 10 rebounds, and Memphis beat South Florida 73-52 on Tuesday night.
— Boogie Ellis scored 17 points to lead five Memphis players in double figures as the Tigers topped Cincinnati 80-74 on Sunday.
— Boogie Ellis had 13 points as Memphis topped Tulane 61-46 on Wednesday night.
Memphis postponed its game Sunday at No. 8 Houston due to ongoing issues with COVID-19 and contact tracing.
— Alex Lomax tallied 10 points and 10 assists to carry Memphis to a 66-59 win over East Carolina on Saturday.
— Landers Nolley II had 18 points and 10 rebounds to lift Memphis to a 75-61 win over Central Florida on Wednesday night.
— Landers Nolley II had 20 points as Memphis easily beat Central Florida 96-69 on Monday night.
— Yor Anei scored four of his eight points in the last 3:21 — each time putting SMU back in the lead — and the Mustangs held off Memphis 67-65 on Thursday night.
An active night in college basketball has prompted a number of pressing questions.
— Alex Lomax came off the bench to score 14 points and lead Memphis to a 76-72 win over SMU on Tuesday night.
— Moussa Cisse scored 14 points with nine rebounds and Memphis beat East Carolina 80-53 on Sunday.
— Landers Nolley II had 16 points and seven rebounds, and Moussa Cisse had 12 points and 10 rebounds to lift Memphis to a 72-52 win over Wichita State on Thursday night.
— Rey Idowu made 1 of 2 free throws, followed with a jump shot, Tulsa took the lead with 4:48 left and went on to hold off Memphis 58-57 on Sunday.
In a college basketball season like no other, these are the teams, players and coaches causing eyebrows to raise throughout the sport.