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Purdue Basketball: Vince Edwards returns for his senior year

After testing the draft waters, Vince Edwards decided that he would return to West Lafayette for his senior season to play at Purdue.

Kentucky Basketball: Hamidou Diallo will play for the Wildcats in 2017-18

After a long day of waiting Wednesday, Hamidou Diallo decided to pull his name out of NBA Draft consideration and return to play for Kentucky.

Michigan Basketball: Moe Wagner will return to Ann Arbor for another season

On Wednesday, Moritz Wagner announced that he would be taking his name out of consideration for the NBA Draft and come back to play at Michigan.

Duke Basketball: Grayson Allen ranked No. 1 in NCAA

Ranking ahead of incoming Missouri freshman Michael Porter Jr and fellow ACC stud Bonzie Colson, Grayson Allen is once again the most anticipated...

Missouri Basketball: Johntay Porter says Tigers are his ‘Best place’

Four-star power forward Jontay Porter, the brother of the No. 1 senior Michael Porter Jr, pledged to Missouri on Monday evening.

USC Basketball: Shaqquan Aaron withdraws from NBA Draft, remains a Trojan

USC guard Shaqquan Aaron decided to return for his junior season. The Trojans have a loaded roster and will compete for the Pac-12 title.

Women’s Basketball: UConn’s Crystal Dangerfield among players named to U19 USA Basketball Team

The USA Basketball committee recently released it 12 player roster for the upcoming U19 Women's World Cup.

Georgia Basketball: Yante Maten returning to Bulldogs for senior season

Yante Maten announced that he would forgo the 2017 NBA Draft and return to the Georgia Bulldogs for his senior season.

Michigan Basketball: D.J. Wilson staying in 2017 NBA Draft

The Michigan Wolverines look prepared to navigate a wide-open Big Ten in 2017-18 but will have to do it without D.J. Wilson.

2017 NBA Draft: Chris Clemons returning to Campbell Fighting Camels

There might not be a better team name in all of college basketball than the Campbell Fighting Camels - and there might not be one happier right now, either.


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