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  Oklahoma
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  Avg: 27.4
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  (188-G-98)
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  Minnesota
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 3. Penava, Marshall3.6 
 4. Konate, W.Virginia3.2 
 5. Reed, Texas S.3.1 
 6. Koval, Cent.Ark.3.1 
 7. Odiase, Ill.-Chicago3.1 
 8. Jackson-Jr, Michigan.3.0 
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Five-star Class of 2018 forward Taeshon Cherry reneges on USC commitment - Dec 25, 2017


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Courtesy of cbssports.com
Five-star Class of 2018 forward Taeshon Cherry opened up his recruitment and decommitted from Southern California late Friday night.
Cherry, a 6-foot-8, 210-pound prospect, is ranked by the 247Sports composite as the No. 27 overall player in the 2018 class, and the No. 7 player at his position. A standout from El Cajon, California, he committed to the Trojans over Arizona, Florida State, Oregon, Gonzaga, San Diego State, UCLA and Texas A&M -- his previous finalists -- back in June.

Cherry is the second standout to back out of his commitment to Southern California, joining J'Raan Brooks, a four-star power forward who put himself back on the market in October amid an FBI probe that implicated USC assistant coach Tony Bland.


I've had Miami and Kentucky in the top 10 of the CBS Sports Top 25 (and one) all season, and as high as No. 4 and No. 5, primarily because their talented rosters required high rankings in the preseason, and neither the Wildcats nor Hurricanes had done anything before Saturday to lose their places.

Kentucky was a one-loss team with the lone loss to Kansas.

Miami was undefeated.

In a world where ranked schools have been losing to unranked schools all season, Kentucky and Miami had not. And that wasn't worth nothing. But both schools fell to unranked opponents Saturday -- first Kentucky to UCLA, 83-75, in the CBS Sports Classic, then Miami to New Mexico State, 63-54, in the Diamond Head Classic. So now it's time to look at both teams' resumes with fresh eyes. And, right now, it's fair to point out neither has accomplished much on the court to date.

UK and Miami have combined for zero top-35 KenPom wins.

Kentucky's best win is a 93-86 come-from-behind victory over Virginia Tech at Rupp Arena. Miami's best win is an 86-81 win on the road against a Minnesota team that's already lost by double-digits to Arkansas and Nebraska. To be clear, both wins are good wins. But they're hardly signature wins. And it's those lackluster resumes -- now both featuring losses to sub-50 KenPom opponents -- that caused the Wildcats and Hurricanes to tumble in Sunday's updated Top 25 (and one).

UK is now 17th.

Miami is now 18th.





  




Austin
Reaves
Wichita State to lose second player to transfer - 16 hours ago
Already staring down the barrel of a rebuilding year, Wichita State is now losing a projected starter next season to transfer. Austin Reaves (6'5''-G-98), who played through a banged up shoulder to start 11 games and average 8.1 points while shooting 42.5 percent from three, has asked for and was given his release to transfer out of the program on Thursday. Reaves is the second scholarship player to ask for a transfer this offseason, joining C.J. Keyser (6'3''-G-97) in leaving. This is a...   [read more]

Ryan Luther
Pitt grad transfer Ryan Luther commits to Arizona - 1 day ago
Pittsburgh Panthers graduate transfer Ryan Luther (6'9''-F-95) has committed to the Arizona Wildcats, according to Evan Daniels of 247Sports. The 6-foot-9 forward visited the UA campus this past weekend. Luther has one year of eligibility left and can play immediately (assuming he gets a hardship waiver). 'I think I have a good relationship with Coach [Sean] Miller,' Luther told Daniels. 'He came out and saw me, and on the visit, I got to know him better and the staff. Hanging with the pl...   [read more]

Kendrick
Saunders
Naval Academy's Kendrick Saunders Named Seton Hill University Men's Basketball Coach - 2 days ago
Seton Hill University President Mary C. Finger has announced the hiring of Kendrick Saunders as the university's Head Men's Basketball Coach. Saunders takes over for Tony Morocco , who recently announced his retirement. President Finger added, 'I am proud to name Kendrick Saunders as our next head men's basketball coach. Coach Saunders brings both the experience and passion to lead our men's basketball team forward as they continue to excel in the classroom and on the basketball court. We...   [read more]


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