Men's Basketball

Syracuse did not control athletics; basketball coach failed to monitor

Over the course of a decade, Syracuse University did not control and monitor its athletics programs, and its head men’s basketball coach failed to monitor his program

NCAA builds 16-story bracket for Men’s Final Four

The NCAA is tipping off the 2015 Men’s Final Four decoration with a 165-foot tall bracket on the JW Marriott Indianapolis.

Men's Basketball

When we survey NCAA student-athletes about their expectations of moving on to professional athletics careers, the results indicate surprising confidence in that possibility. The reality is that very few go pro. Estimated probability of...

Division I men’s and women’s basketball championships to use advanced timing and replay technologies

NCAA reaches agreement with Precision Timing Systems and DVSport

2015 NCAA Men's Final Four Records

For questions or updates to the 2015 Men's Final Four Records, please email J.D. Hamilton ( jhamilton@ncaa.org ). Full Book The Final Four The Early Rounds The Tournament The Coaches Attendance and Sites All-Time Tournament Field Team...

Ohio’s Jim Schaus, Duke’s Kevin White to join Division I Men’s Basketball Committee

Schaus, a former member of the men’s basketball rules committee and White, who has more than 30 years of experience as a collegiate administrator, will begin their terms Sept. 1, 2015.

Mark Emmert statement on Dean Smith

"Coach Smith embodied the true definition of a coach as an educator, mentor, friend and leader. His impact on the game of basketball and college sports is immeasurable, and on behalf of the NCAA, I offer our deepest sympathies to his...

Mark Emmert on Coach Herb Magee's 1,000th win

“Coach Herb Magee has spent nearly 50 years coaching in Division II, preparing young men for life on the court and after basketball. Congratulations to him on his 1,000th win, marking an historic accomplishment for someone who has...

Teams in this year’s NIT will compete with experimental rules

Men’s basketball teams selected to play in the 2015 Postseason NIT will compete using experimental rules, including a 30-second shot clock and a four-foot restricted-area arc. The rules will be in effect for all 31 games of the tournament.

Larry Tucker: Being a student-athlete was "principal" to his success

The former basketball standout at Lewis University leads by example in helping his Marist High School students in Chicago set goals, work hard and never give up.

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