Freshmen and transfers will make or break the chances of several prominent teams in 2019-20. Here are the most important new faces.
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As the countdown to the 2019-20 college basketball season continues, ESPN's conference predictions series focuses on the Pac-12.
- Guard Patterson reclassifies for '19; picks Oregon
- Five-star center Dante commits to Oregon
- Bol slides to Heat at No. 44, traded to Nuggets
- Ex-Oregon guard Bailey Jr. transfers to Tennessee
Kansas needs to limit its turnovers, Kentucky must improve its perimeter scoring, and more of the biggest issues facing the nation's top teams.
Addison Patterson, ranked No. 31 in the ESPN 100 for the 2020 class, has reclassified to 2019 and committed to Oregon.
Oregon's signing of N'Faly Dante completes its wholesale offseason transformation into the Pac-12's team to beat.
N'Faly Dante, a five-star center who has reclassified into the class 2019, will play at Oregon next season.
Three leagues make up roughly half of our updated Top 25 representation, including the resurgent Pac-12.
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The shifting sands of the Pac-12's preseason pecking order are a prominent feature of the latest Way-Too-Early Top 25.
Oregon center Bol Bol, whom ESPN projected to be a lottery pick early in the college basketball season, slid to the Heat with the 44th pick and was then traded to the Nuggets on Thursday night.
Guard Victor Bailey Jr., who averaged 7.4 points per game for Oregon last season, has transferred to Tennessee and will play for the Volunteers in the 2020-21 season. He has two seasons of eligibility remaining.
Former Rutgers forward Eugene Omoruyi has committed to Oregon, he announced on Monday.
The dismissal of former Oregon basketball players Dominic Artis, Damyean Dotson and Brandon Austin has been upheld by a U.S. appeals court.
These NBA draft decisions, transfer decisions and recruiting commitments will have a lot to say about college basketball's pecking order heading into 2019-20.
North Carolina secured the services of Cole Anthony, and makes a big move up the college basketball preseason rankings for 2019-20.
Oregon forward Louis King, who averaged 13 points and 5.3 rebounds during his freshman season, is entering the NBA draft, he told ESPN.
The Spartans have nearly everyone back from their Final Four team and project as next season's team to beat.
Oregon freshman Bol Bol, a 7-foot-2 center who averaged 21.0 points and 9.6 rebounds this season, has hired an agent and will enter the NBA draft. He is No. 12 on ESPN's rankings of the top 100 NBA draft prospects.
Ty Jerome scored 13 points, including a go-ahead 3-pointer with 3:34 remaining, and No. 1 seed Virginia reached its second regional final in four years with a 53-49 victory over No. 12 Oregon on Thursday night in the NCAA Tournament.
The Cavaliers will meet Purdue on Saturday in a matchup of teams trying to reach the national semifinals for the first time in 30-plus years.
The cream has risen to the top in the 2019 NCAA tournament. The Bilastrator is here to ID the creamiest of the Sweet 16.
Sixteen programs remain in the 2019 NCAA tournament. Not all 16 fan bases have an equal level of expectation for what happens next.
Seth Greenberg, Dan Dakich and Chris Cotter break down every game of the Sweet 16, including those in the South (2:05), Midwest (10:08), East (17:10) and West (26:33). Plus, they look ahead to potential Elite 8 matchups (32:35). Who will advance to the Final 4 in Minneapolis? The guys discuss!