2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5W 97-54
- 11/1316L 76-51
- 11/16W 78-54
- 11/21W 98-69
- 11/22W 83-76
- 11/2424L 87-78
- 12/1W 83-72
- 12/4W 80-69
- 12/7W 78-66
- 12/14W 78-70
- 12/211W 56-55
- 12/30W 68-62
- 1/4L 71-60
- 1/7W 64-59
- 1/11W 80-66
- 1/14W 79-75
- 1/18W 61-55
- 1/2113W 76-61
- 1/25W 64-60
- 1/28W 79-59
- 2/1L 76-61
- 2/519L 79-76
- 2/812L 70-64
- 2/1218W 72-71
- 2/16W 76-56
- 2/19W 91-71
- 2/22W 64-55
- 2/26W 71-60
- 2/29L 58-54
- 3/48W 79-77
- 3/7W 70-69
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To find the answer, ESPN compared the point differential for 140 teams in their tournament games leading into the Final Four to their spread total in those games.
- Kansas places 2 of 15 on Wooden Award ballot
- Baylor's Butler joins 20-man Wooden Watch list
- Nova's Jay Wright named AP coach of decade
- No one for No. 1? Jayhawks are latest to tumble
The 2020 Basketball Hall of Fame class will be announced Saturday. Here are players and coaches who have not been voted in, perhaps unjustly.
The World's Greatest Podcast talks to Jay Wright (13:34) and Tom Izzo (33:42) about where they were when the conference and NCAA tournaments canceled, how their teams reacted, what's next for their programs, what they've been up to while practicing social distancing and their favorite college basketball players.
The NBA draft will play a key role in determining the best in college basketball heading into next season, but an early picture is forming.
We created a bracket of the top four teams on each seed line (64 teams total) since 1994 and looked at which of this year's teams could have threatened to join them.
Selection Sunday 2020 will not take place, but these teams were still in play for a bid before conference tourneys and the NCAA tournament were canceled.
There are 353 Division I men's basketball teams. And most won't win it all. We break down the near misses.
Can Baylor bounce back? Which Big Ten team will emerge? Who can stop Dayton? Conference tournaments hold the answers.
Whether you're playing ESPN's Champ Week Challenge or looking ahead to your NCAA bracket, these teams could help you in the coming days.
The Jayhawks remain No. 1 in the rankings, but several other teams are unsettled heading into Champ Week.
The madness is upon us. Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing Utah State's upset of San Diego State, Bradley punching its ticket to the dance, Florida's meltdown against Kentucky and the incredible environment at Dayton. Then, Joe Lunardi joins the pod (19:37) to talk about the drama with Archie Miller, why the bubble is going to live in the Pac-12 and the American conference tournaments, rewarding winning over mediocrity, and East Tennessee possibly being this year's Belmont. Finally, the guys close by giving their thoughts on Penn State, Auburn, Seton Hall, Michigan State, Baylor, Michigan, Gonzaga, BYU and Villanova ahead of the postseason (43:57).
For Villanova coach Jay Wright, the lack of seniors this season hasn’t been a problem. His Wildcats keeps rolling as they head into the most important time of year.
The Big 12, Big East and Big Ten placed three players on the Wooden Award ballot.
Points Per Game73.2127th
Rebounds Per Game35.9194th
Assists Per Game14.585th
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