Several college basketball programs' fortunes will rise or fall on the play of new faces in 2020-21. Here are the players most under the microscope.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6W 91-52
- 11/10W 90-69
- 11/14W 87-39
- 11/17W 83-53
- 11/21W 71-64
- 11/24W 104-67
- 11/28W 93-91
- 11/29W 92-82
- 12/1W 73-66
- 12/718L 63-58
- 12/11W 99-49
- 12/146L 84-80
- 12/21L 70-67
- 1/4W 75-47
- 1/99L 74-73
- 1/12L 82-65
- 1/16W 93-77
- 1/1820W 75-54
- 1/25L 66-65
- 1/30W 75-72
- 2/1W 66-49
- 2/6W 85-80
- 2/8L 65-52
- 2/13W 68-52
- 2/15W 69-60
- 2/20W 89-63
- 2/2214L 73-72
- 2/27L 57-48
- 2/29L 69-64
- 3/5W 83-62
- 3/7L 69-63
- 3/11W 77-70
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Seven of the top 10 men's basketball prospects in the Class of 2021 are available, and their future commitments will impact the college hoops world greatly.
- Pac-12 gives hoops go-ahead for Nov. 25 start
- Zona guard Williams leaving to pursue pro career
- Arizona's Akinjo now eligible after receiving waiver
- Lute Olson, Arizona coaching great, dies at 85
The Pac-12 announced Thursday that the conference's men's and women's basketball teams could begin their seasons on Nov. 25, the same day as the rest of the country.
Arizona sophomore guard Brandon Williams will explore professional opportunities and forgo his remaining eligibility.
Arizona guard James Akinjo has been granted a waiver by the NCAA and will immediately be eligible to join the men's basketball team after transferring from Georgetown.
Courtside: Jim Boeheim reminisces on the late, great John Thompson and why he might be the most important coach in college basketball history
Seth and Dan tip off the podcast by talking about their relationships with Arizona’s Lute Olsen and Georgetown’s John Thompson, sharing their memories of both coaches. Then, Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim joins the pod to discuss John Thompson, why he might be the most important coach in college basketball history, how the Big East in the ‘80s changed the course of the sport, his off-court relationship with Thompson, how Thompson helped other coaches through tough times and why Thompson’s teams were so tough to play against (14:03). Later, Dan says college basketball should start on time, and Seth thinks games will start with pods in early season tournaments and in league play (36:41).
Lute Olson died Thursday at the age of 85, and Dick Vitale shared personal memories of his encounters with the Hall of Fame coach.
Lute Olson, the Hall of Fame basketball coach who turned Arizona into a national powerhouse, has died, his family said Thursday night. He was 85.
The Pac-12, following a decision from the Big Ten, voted to postpone all sports, including football and basketball, through the end of the year.
Arizona, citing a surge in COVID-19 cases and the pandemic's impact on the local healthcare system, is pausing its plan to bring athletes back to campus.
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Arizona hired former Wildcats star Jason Terry as an assistant basketball coach Thursday.
Azuolas Tubelis, considered to be the top European prospect in the 2020 class committing to the college route, will head to Arizona along with his twin brother, Tautvilas.
Arizona AD Dave Heeke, football coach Kevin Sumlin, men's basketball coach Sean Miller, women's basketball coach Adia Barnes and baseball coach Jay Johnson will take 20% pay reductions as part of the university's financial mitigation plan.
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Daniel Batcho, considered the top European big man heading on the college route, has committed to Arizona, he told ESPN.
Kerr Kriisa of Estonia, who averaged 14.8 points and 6.0 assists in the Lithuanian NKL this season, is considered the top European recruit committing to the college route.
Arizona freshman Josh Green is entering the 2020 NBA draft, the Australian wing prospect announced Friday.
Arizona's Nico Mannion, the No. 14 prospect in the ESPN Top 100 and one of the top point guards in this class, is entering the NBA draft.
In an ordinary time, the ranking of next season's top 25 players would be posted while confetti is still raining down on the winning team in the national championship game. This is no ordinary time, but we can still look ahead with hope.
Seattle graduate transfer Terrell Brown, a first-team All-WAC selection this past season, has picked Arizona.