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McCallie won't return as Duke's women's…

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College countdown narrows as 7-foot, top…

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Trio of former UConn greats leading social…

Renee Montgomery and Tiffany Hayes appreciated what former UConn teammate Maya Moore was doing when the All-Star forward stepped away from basketball two years ago to focus on criminal justice reform

College athletes from overseas might be stuck at…

UConn women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma is asking for federal help to get foreign students that include athletes back to campus

Some new college hoop coaches turn to experienced…

Experienced transfers will be especially valuable for some Division I men’s basketball coaches who changed jobs after last season amid the coronavirus pandemic

ACC Commissioner John Swofford stepping down…

Atlantic Coast Conference Commissioner John Swofford is retiring after the 2020-21 academic year, ending his tenure after 24 years

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Oklahoma State's Cunningham staying despite…

Cade Cunningham, one of the nation’s top basketball recruits, has chosen to remain at Oklahoma State despite the program being banned from the 2021 postseason

Castle fills Skagit Valley College's women's basketball roster

Mesabi Range College makes historic hire in…

Tamara Moore is now the only known current woman to be named the head coach of an intercollegiate men’s basketball program. She's also the first African-American woman to be the head coach of a men's college team.

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NBA Suspends Season After Jazz Player Diagnosed…

The National Basketball Association (NBA) announced on Wednesday it was suspending the season. According to Reuters, the decision was made after a Utah Jazz player tested positive for the coronavirus. Jazz center Rudy Gobert is reportedly the player who has tested positive for the fast-spreading virus. The pandemic has rocked other sporting events, leading to the cancellation of the figure skating world championships. Officials also announced that college basketball’s annual ‘March Madness’ tournament would take place without fans. More than 126,000 people have been infected globally and more than 4600 have died.

Warriors to Play Nets in an Empty Arena Due to…

Warriors to Play Nets in an Empty Arena Due to Coronavirus The coronavirus has prompted San Francisco to ban events with 1,000 or more people. The game will be held Thursday night in San Francisco's Chase Center. Only personnel representing both squads will watch the game. The Warriors' Twitter account has said refunds will be given out to those who bought tickets. Warriors, via Twitter Golden State is the first pro basketball team to empty an arena because of the pandemic. Similar moves surrounding sporting events are being made around the U.S. In Ohio, an upcoming order will ban fans from college and pro games for the next 36 hours.

Best Cities For College Basketball

Buzz60’s Elizabeth Keatinge tells us about WalletHub’s new survey ranking the best cities for college basketball fans.