Arizona basketball roster: starting lineup prediction, bench rotation, depth outlook for 2022-23 season

Tommy Lloyd set an impossibly high bar for first-year college basketball coaches everywhere last season as he guided Arizona to a Pac-12 regular-season championship, Pac-12 Tournament title and a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. If Year Two under the former long-time Gonzaga assistant is to be similarly fruitful, it will require the Wildcats … Read more

Arkansas basketball non-conference slate taking shape

Razorback fans are gearing up for Arkansas’ four-game foreign exhibition tour in Spain and Italy that begins on Tuesday. Meanwhile, the non-conference schedule for the Hoop Hogs is starting to take shape for the highly-anticipated 2022-23 season under fourth-year head coach Eric Musselman. Monday morning, the official release came out with ticket information for the … Read more

Rutgers basketball summer workouts: 5 tidbits as Scarlet Knights enter the post-Geo Baker, Ron Harper Jr. era

Amid the noise bouncing off the walls inside the RWJBarnabas Health Athletic Performance Center throughout the Rutgers basketball team’s 90-minute summer workout on Monday, what felt the loudest were the two missing voices. For the first time in a half-decade, the Scarlet Knights did not have Geo Baker or Ron Harper Jr. among them, both … Read more

Maryland basketball alums enjoy reunion, talk transition from Mark Turgeon to Kevin Willard

After helping force a shotclock violation in the first possession, former Maryland men’s basketball guard Melo Trimble stepped into a familiar three-point stroke and drained it with ease. DawgTalk then exploded for a 20-3 run and eventually led 33-13 after the first quarter. College Park Boys limited the former Hoyas from building too much more … Read more

‘I want to play in the NCAA Tournament’

RALEIGH, NC — Prior to leaving for the Bahamas, NC State guard Jarkel Joiner met with the media to discuss his time thus far with the program, what he’s looking forward to during the foreign trip, prioritizing team success over individual success and much more. Watch the full interview and read the complete transcript below. … Read more

UConn, Texas and more key women’s college basketball questions

We’re less than 100 days from the start of the 2022–23 women’s college basketball season, and while fall practices are still a ways away, much of the offseason madness has shaken out. A multitude of high-profile transfers and some major coaching changes seem poised to add even more intrigue to the upcoming campaign, plus perennial … Read more

Hogs to face different rules on European tour

FAYETTEVILLE — The shot clock is a little shorter. Such is the length of the court. The lane is reflected. Goal tending is allowed. There is one fewer official. Those are some of the differences in playing games governed by rules for the International Basketball Federation the Arkansas Razorbacks will experience during their four-game European … Read more

“I wanted to be everything he was” — Mike Woodson’s influence on Isiah Thomas set the stage for the 1981 title – The Daily Hoosier

Mike Woodson’s first acts of leading the Indiana program came long before he formally took over as head coach last March. Former IU head coach Bob Knight was a stickler for senior leadership, and when it came to making a strong impression on a young Isiah Lord Thomas III, Woodson was up to the task. … Read more

6-Banner Sunday: NIL and recruiting updates highlight another busy week for IU basketball – Inside the Hall

6-Banner Sunday is Inside the Hall’s weekly newsletter in partnership with The Assembly Call. More than 9,000 Indiana fans receive the newsletter each week. In addition to appearing each week on the site, you can also opt to receive 6-Banner Sunday by email. A form to subscribe via email is available at the bottom of … Read more