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2019 Schedule
33-4, 1st in WCC

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Gonzaga sophomore Zach Norvell Jr., who declared for the 2019 NBA Draft on Saturday, tells ESPN that he plans to sign with agent and will seriously consider staying in the draft.

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7d

Zags' shot-blocking Clarke to enter NBA draft

Gonzaga forward Brandon Clarke plans to skip his senior year and enter the NBA draft. Clarke's 117 blocks were the most in the country this past season.

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16dBen Fawkes

Virginia favored to repeat in 2020 at Vegas books

Caesars Palace has installed Virginia as the 5-1 favorite to win next year's men's college basketball title, with the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook giving 7-1 odds to the Cavaliers and Kentucky as co-favorites.

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21d

Duke duo, Morant among Wooden Award finalists

Duke teammates RJ Barrett and Zion Williamson are among the 10 players named to the John R. Wooden Award All-American team. Ja Morant of Murray State and Tennessee's Grant Williams were also invited to the award presentation in Los Angeles.

Courtside: Elite 8 Breakdown

Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich share their reactions from the second weekend of the NCAA Tournament, including Cassius Winston bouncing the Duke freshman (1:30), Auburn's upset victory over Kentucky (11:26), Texas Tech's over Gonzaga (16:23) as well as Virginia finally finding redemption against Purdue (20:53). Plus, how did these teams get here?

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25dMyron Medcalf

Zags' Perkins rues 'bonehead' tech late in loss

Josh Perkins said he "instinctually" reached for the ball as Texas Tech attempted an inbounds pass, resulting in a critical technical foul late in Gonzaga's 75-69 loss in the Elite Eight.

Williams: No one is really talking about Gonzaga (2:08)
29d

Courtside: Sweet 16, Elite 8 Preview

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!

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Brandon Clarke's 36 points and 5 blocks, which led Gonzaga to the Sweet 16 for the fifth consecutive year and set up a rematch with Florida State, came on 15 of 18 shooting. Clarke joined Shaquille O'Neal as the only players to score that many points and block that many shots in the NCAA Tournament. "It's actually a pretty crazy stat; I don't think I even knew that," Clarke said in an interview with ESPN. "Shaq is obviously an all-time great. To even have my name up there by his is something that's really cool."

Team Stats

Points Per Game87.6
Rebounds Per Game39.0
Assists Per Game18.1
Points Allowed64.932nd

Tournament History

Final Fours1
Tournament Record29-20
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances20