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The fields for 13 early-season college basketball tournaments were announced Thursday. Here's your handy guide to all 13 ESPN-aired events.
- Texas opens new $17M Athletics Hall of Fame
- Longhorns, Aggies to renew rivalry on Dec. 8
- UNLV adds grad transfers Shibel, Mitrou-Long
- Hayes, Big 12 freshman of year, opts for draft
Texas and Texas A&M have agreed to renew acquaintances on the hardwood by scheduling a nonconference basketball game on Dec. 8 next season.
Graduate transfers Elijah Mitrou-Long, who averaged 5.6 PPG for Texas last season, and Vitaliy Shibel, who played 17 games at Arizona State, will be eligible to play for UNLV next season.
Texas freshman Jaxson Hayes, who averaged 10.0 points, 5.0 rebounds and 2.22 blocks per game this season, is ranked No. 9 in the ESPN 100 among NBA draft prospects.
Even with the fate of head coach Shaka Smart up in the air, the Texas Longhorns held off the Lipscomb Bisons to win the NIT championship Thursday night at Madison Square Garden.
North Carolina headlines a strong 2020 Maui Invitational field that will also feature Indiana, Stanford and Texas, to name a few.
Kerwin Roach II turned a season marred by suspension into a can't-miss performance in the first half to help Texas get comfortable at Madison Square Garden and beat TCU 58-44 on Tuesday night for a spot in the NIT championship.
Dylan Osetkowski registered 15 points as Texas got past Colorado 68-55 in the NIT quarterfinals on Wednesday night.
Kerwin Roach II had 21 points, eight rebounds and six assists as Texas narrowly beat Xavier 78-76 in overtime in the second round of the NIT on Sunday.
Texas has announced that forward Jaxson Hayes has no structural damage in his injured left knee. The Big 12 Freshman of the Year projects to be a lottery pick in the NBA draft if he elects to enter his name.
Dylan Osetkowski had a career-high 26 points as Texas defeated South Dakota State 79-73 in the NIT first round on Tuesday night.