Men's Basketball

NCAA to relocate championships from North Carolina for 2016-17

Based on the NCAA's commitment to fairness and inclusion, the Association will relocate all seven previously awarded championship events from North Carolina during the 2016-17 academic year. The NCAA Board of Governors made this decision...

One to Watch: Jimmy Butler

After his mother threw Jimmy Butler out of their home, the teen-ager was taken in by a new family and taught the discipline that led him to be a successful student-athlete, NBA star.

In His Own Words: Chris Reynolds, Former NCAA Postgraduate Intern

In 1996-97, Chris Reynolds was a postgraduate intern at the NCAA and is now director of athletics at Bradley University.

Missouri did not monitor its men’s basketball program

The University of Missouri, Columbia, failed to monitor its men’s basketball program when it did not fully vet or follow up on internship opportunities provided by a booster for student-athletes and a prospect

Creighton's Bruce Rasmussen named vice chair of Division I Men's Basketball Committee

Bruce Rasmussen, who has spent the past 22 years as the director of athletics at Creighton University, has been named vice chair of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee for the 2016-17 season.

Basketball committees could represent five regions

The Division I Council introduced legislation that would spread the members of DI basketball committees across five regions.

Misconduct penalties issued to DII programs

The Division II Men’s Basketball Committee has issued misconduct penalties to Southern Connecticut State and St. Thomas Aquinas related to a postgame fight.

A smarter path to the draft

Student-athletes now have a better opportunity to assess their likelihood of success in the NBA without jeopardizing their college eligibility.

Cougar trio tests the waters

In April, Washington State coach Ernie Kent encouraged three of his top players to learn more about themselves and their futures.

More time to blossom

When Jaron Blossomgame told Clemson coach Brad Brownell that he would be returning for his senior season, Brownell gave him a hug.


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