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Duke-Mich St, UNC-Indiana highlight ACC/Big Ten Challenge
       
A pair of rematches, one from the 2015 Final Four (Duke-Michigan State) and the other from the 2016 Sweet 16 (Indiana-North Carolina) are the headlining matchups of the 2016 ACC/Big Ten Challenge.  CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein tweeted out all 14 pairings this evening. Michigan St at Duke headlines the 2016 ACC/Big 10 Challenge. Complete matchups via @JonRothstein ... pic.twitter.com/h9LTnCEvEt — Chip Miller (@BLUEChip_Miller) May 23, 2016 This will be the third meeting in as many seasons for the Spartans and Blue Devils. In November 2014, they clashed in the Champions Classic in Indianapolis before squaring off again at the Final Four in the same city in April 2015. Duke owns the overall lead in the series, 10-2, with MSU last registering a victory in the Sweet 16 of the 2005 NCAA Tournament. Indiana leads the all-time series against North Carolina, 8-6, but the Tar Heels thrashed the Hoosiers 101-86 in the Sweet 16 in Philadelphia in March. The last time these two teams met in ...
       
Georgia's Juwan Parker granted medical redshirt
       
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) Georgia guard Juwan Parker has been awarded a medical redshirt, leaving him with two years of eligibility, after missing the 2015-16 season with a partially torn Achilles tendon. Parker, from Tulsa, Oklahoma, played in Georgia's exhibition game against Armstrong State but missed the regular season. He originally suffered the injury in the 2014-15 season, when he averaged 4.9 points and 3.7 rebounds while starting 14 games. Parker will be a junior in the 2016-17 season. Georgia also announced that forward Osahen Iduwe will transfer after averaging 0.5 points in 18 games. Iduwe, from Nigeria, attended Central Park Christian School in Birmingham, Alabama, in 2012-13 and St. John's Northwestern Military Academy in Delafield, Wisconsin, in 2013-14.
       
Evan Maxwell transferring from Liberty to Kansas
       
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Liberty forward Evan Maxwell is transferring to Kansas, where the school announced Monday that he will have to sit out next season under NCAA rules. The 6-foot-10 Maxwell played two seasons for the Flames and started all but one game last season. He was second on the team with 10 points and 4.8 rebounds per game. He had a career-high 24 points with 12 rebounds in a game against Radford in December. Maxwell joins a highly regarded recruiting class that includes Josh Jackson, the top-ranked in the nation, five-star forward Udoka Azubuike and forward Mitch Lightfoot. Maxwell will be eligible for the 2017-18 season.
       
Former Kansas player escapes car seconds before it explodes
       
Former Kansas guard Brannen Greene escaped a burning car seconds before it exploded on Friday. Greene, who left the Jayhawks’ program following the 2015-16 season, was in New York, where he’s been training for the NBA Draft. The 6-foot-7, 215-pound guard was in the back seat of a car in the Bronx when it was struck by another car from behind. Greene’s car went airborne, came down on a guard rail and caught fire. The former Jayhawk escaped through a shattered window seconds before the car exploded. He sustained only minor injuries. The driver of Greene’s car was not seriously hurt, either. Brannen Greene was told he shouldn't have survived this wreck. But he did. https://t.co/NJli7OO9gc pic.twitter.com/6eY1te7fsX — Joe Davis (@ByJoeDavis) May 22, 2016 From the report: “Everything in the car — his phone, his computer, his luggage was burned and destroyed. The police said Brannen should not have survived. He walked away from it with a terrible headache, all-over body aches b...
       
Syracuse Recruits Look to Make Immediate Impact
       
It’s Snapchat official. Incoming freshmen Tyus Battle and Matthew Moyer are moved in together and already getting up shots at the Melo Center. With the departures of Michael Gbinije, Trevor Cooney and Malachi Richardson, the Orange has holes to patch up in its starting lineup and the newcomers will be expected to fill the void. Here’s what SU fans need to know about the roommates. Tyus Battle New Jersey’s top prospect was not entirely sure of his role for the upcoming season, but Richardson’s leap to the NBA all but inserts Battle into the starting five. The four star recruit’s length and athleticism can wreak havoc on the defensive end. Battle will have no problem pairing up alongside Franklin Howard at the top of the zone. With the team losing approximately five steals per game, Battle can pitch into that deficit with his defensive prowess. On the other end of the floor, Battle has made significant strides, but there is still a little more left to be desired. His floor vision is ...
       
Why Duke won’t win the National Championship in ’16-’17
       
The Blue Devils got even more good news this offseason as the #16 ranked player in the ESPN Top 100, Marques Bolden, committed to Duke earlier this week. That puts their recruiting class up to six players, including three top 10 prospects. Add that to the offseason that included leading scorer and potential first round draft pick, Grayson Allen, returning for his junior year, and the news that senior forward, Amile Jefferson, would be granted a medical redshirt for last year, giving him a fifth year of eligibility. For a Duke team that returns more than 60% of its offense, they sure look like the team to beat next year. But I will tell you why they won’t win the national championship. Coach Krzyzewski, who had the top recruiting class the past two years, has another top two class coming in. Harry Giles, Jayson Tatum, and Frank Jackson (#1, #2, #10 in ESPN Top 100), who would have been a heck of a class by themselves, team up with Bolden and #44 overall Javin DeLaurier. Now, people are probably wondering:
       
Photo: Louisville’s Donovan Mitchell Says The Cardinals Are Better Than Duke
       
No college basketball team is currently receiving more love than Duke.  The Blue Devils, a likely unanimous preseason No. 1 for the 2016-17 season, added to their ridiculous amount of depth on Thursday, receiving a commitment from 2016 five-star center Marques Bolden. Duke now has the No. 1 recruiting class in the country to go with Grayson Allen, Amile Jefferson and others.  Coach K’s team is, simply, loaded.  Louisville’s Donovan Mitchell isn’t fearing them, though.  The Cardinals’ rising sophomore point guard posted the following on Instagram late Thursday night. It’s pretty clear what his message is: Louisville > Duke.  gt;>>>> A photo posted by Donovan Mitchell (@spidadmitchell) on May 19, 2016 at 7:42pm PDT Louisville did beat Duke once last season, 71-64, at the KFC Yum! Center. The Cardinals should be pretty, pretty good in 2016-17, too. Many outlets have Rick Pitino’s team ranked in the top 10 in their way-too-early preseason top 25s.  But better than...
       
Duke trolls John Calipari after landing commitment from Marques Bolden
       
The official Twitter account for the Duke men's basketball program trolled John Calipari after the program landed a commitment from highly sought-after recruit, Marques Bolden. Bolden, a five-star center from Texas, on Thursday announced that he was choosing to attend Duke. He picked Duke most notably over Kentucky, which led the Blue Devils’ Twitter account to troll Wildcats head coach John Calipari. Here’s the tweet sent out by Duke, which included multiple flame/fire emojis, along with a fishing rod and some fish/whales. Duke quickly deleted that tweet. Why would they delete it and what makes it a troll job? Well, all you need to do is go back 10 days on Calipari’s timeline, and you’ll see he talked at length about the vision for his program. Part of his pitch follows the maxim of give a person a fish, you feed him for a day, teach them how to fish, you feed them for a lifetime. That means giving them the fishing rod and the lures to help them catch fish, not to just give them the fish.
       
Justin Jackson returning to UNC for junior season
       
North Carolina small forward Justin Jackson has withdrawn from the NBA Draft and will return to school for his junior season, the program announced tonight.  Justin Jackson returning to Carolina for his junior season #GoHeels https://t.co/jSgnnc9Ryt — Carolina Basketball (@UNC_Basketball) May 16, 2016 Jackson averaged 12.2 points, 3.9 rebounds and 2.8 assists in 28.4 minutes per game last season as the Heels advanced all the way to the national championship game. He and Theo Pinson will be the primary wing players for North Carolina next season. 
       
John Calipari doesn't expect to ever leave Kentucky
       
Sorry, NBA suitors. John Calipari seems pretty content at Kentucky. Coach Cal said in a lengthy blog post on his website on Monday that he intends to make Kentucky the last stop of his coaching career. “My plan is to coach here for the rest of my career,” Calipari wrote. “I want this to be my final coaching position.” It was part of a lengthy post detailing his ambitious vision for the program, which includes the goals of topping UCLA’s 11 titles and eventually having half of the players in the NBA All-Star Game come from Kentucky. Calipari doesn’t put a timeline on things, but he doesn’t make it sound like he wants to go anywhere else. Calipari’s name comes up pretty much every time an NBA job opens, and he was apparently on one team’s list this offseason. However, he’d want a huge salary and full control if he were to leave for the NBA – in short, an offer that would blow him away. Even that might not be enough now that his son will be playing at Kentucky. The links won’t stop, b

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