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 1. Villanova 29-3 
 2. Gonzaga 29-1 
 3. Kansas 28-3 
 4. Arizona 25-3 
 5. Kentucky 26-5 
 6. N.Carolina 26-6 
 7. Duke 24-8 
 8. UCLA 22-4 
 9. Oregon 24-5 
 10. Louisville 24-7 
 11. SMU 28-4 
 12. Baylor 25-6 
 13. W.Virginia 24-8 
 14. Notre Dame 23-9 
 15. Purdue 14-17 
 16. Florida St. 24-7 
 17. Iowa St. 21-10 
 18. Cincinnati 28-4 
 19. Wichita St. 27-4 
 20. Florida 24-7 
 21. Butler 23-7 
 22. St.Marys, CA 26-3 
 23. Michigan 21-10 
 24. Virginia 21-9 
 25. Wisconsin 14-17 
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Points Per Game
 Marcus KEENE
  Avg: 30
 1. Keene, Cent.Mic.30.0 
 2. Daum, S.Dakota St.25.1 
 3. Clemons, Campbell25.1 
 4. Moore, N.Florida23.9 
 5. Onwuasor, S.Utah23.6 
 6. Hall, Montana St.23.1 
 7. Peters, Valparaiso23.0 
 8. Morse, Youngsto.22.9 
 9. Thomas, Texas A.22.6 
 10. Johnson, Winthrop22.3 
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  Seton Hall
  Avg: 13.1
 1. Delgado, Seton Hall13.1 
 2. Swanigan, Purdue12.5 
 3. Taylor Jr., Toledo12.3 
 4. Gustys, Hofstra12.1 
 5. Saiz, Mississippi11.4 
 6. Washington, La-Lafay.11.2 
 7. Thompson IV, E.Mic.11.2 
 8. Moore, George M.10.9 
 9. Williams, Kennesaw.10.8 
 10. Johnson, Missouri.10.6 
Assists Per Game
 Maurice WATSON
  Avg: 8.5
 1. Watson, Creighton8.5 
 2. Ball, UCLA7.6 
 3. Luke, Belmont7.1 
 4. Garcia, Wofford6.8 
 5. Cartwright, Provi.6.7 
 6. Adams, St.Bonav.6.6 
 7. Neal, Texas Arlington6.6 
 8. Simmons, Ohio6.5 
 9. Hollins, Omaha6.5 
 10. Evans, Oklahoma.6.4 
Steals Per Game
 Ehab AMIN
  Texas A.
  Avg: 3.4
 1. Amin, Texas A.3.4 
 2. Hollins, Omaha3.3 
 3. Chartouny, Fordham3.2 
 4. Thomas, NC-Ashev.3.0 
 5. Rideau, Gardner-.3.0 
 6. McCall, Tennesse.2.8 
 7. Carter, W.Virginia2.5 
 8. Robinson, Portland.2.4 
 9. Fernandez, Jacksonv.2.4 
 10. Nelson, American2.4 
Blocks Per Game
  Nicholls St.
  Avg: 4.2
 1. Thomas, Nicholls St.4.2 
 2. Lynch, Minnesota3.5 
 3. Lammers, Georgia .3.4 
 4. Odiase, Ill.-Chicago3.0 
 5. Gilbeck, W.Illinois3.0 
 6. Washington, E.Car.2.9 
 7. Tuoyo, Chattanooga2.9 
 8. Watkins, Penn St.2.7 
 9. Wiley, E.Washington2.7 
 10. Kingsley, Arkansas2.6 

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Mizzou names Cuonzo Martin basketball coach - Mar 16, 2017

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Cuonzo Martin is the new men's basketball head coach at Missouri, the university announced Wednesday. Martin, a native of East St. Louis, has been a head coach at three Division I programs, spending the last three seasons at the University of California-Berkeley. Official terms of his contract were not released, though it's expected to be a seven-year deal worth a reported $21 million, which would make him the highest-paid basketball coach in team history. Martin will be officially introduced as Missouri's 19th men's basketball coach at a press conference at 4 p.m. Monday at Mizzou Arena. Martin, whose first name is pronounced KAHN-zo, had a 62-39 record at Cal. The Bears were 21-13 this season, ending with Tuesday's first-round loss in the NIT to Cal-Bakersfield. Cal announced Martin's resignation earlier Wednesday. 'We are thrilled that Cuonzo is returning to the Midwest and that his family will now call Columbia home,' Mizzou athletics director Jim Sterk said. 'From the outset of our search, our goal was to find a coach who had demonstrated success, academically and on the court, while also sharing our values and who can help to reignite interest in Mizzou Men's Basketball among our fan base. I believe we found all of that and more with Cuonzo and I look forward to watching him compete for championships and postseason appearances for many years to come.' Martin, 45, has been high on Sterk's list since the start of the search process, multiple sources said, and had the backing of several prominent donors. Once Illinois fired Jon Groce, Martin's Big Ten ties and Illinois roots led some within the coaching industry to believe Illinois was the more natural fit for Martin. SEC Network's Paul Finebaum tweeted Wednesday that Martin turned down an $18-million offer from Illinois before accepting the Missouri job. Sterk was in California on Sunday visiting with Martin, a source confirmed. Sterk flew from Jefferson City to Oakland to conduct the meeting. Martin's hiring could pay off immediately in recruiting. Washington will fire longtime coach Lorenzo Romar, ESPN reported Thursday, which means prized recruit Michael Porter Jr. will be allowed to ask out of his national letter of intent. Michael Porter Sr., the player's father, is an assistant coach at Washington. A source close to the situation said Martin will consider hiring Porter Sr. as an assistant coach at Mizzou and Porter Jr. could follow him to Columbia. The Porters lived in Columbia from 2010-2016 when Porter Sr. worked on the Mizzou women's basketball staff under coach Robin Pingeton, his sister-in-law. Mizzou was among Porter Jr.'s final five college choices when he committed to Washington last year, along with Indiana, Virginia and Oklahoma. Former Mizzou men's coach Kim Anderson offered Porter Sr. a job on his staff last summer but he instead moved to Seattle to join Washington's staff. The Porters' younger son, Jontay Porter, a four-star recruit for the 2018 class, is committed to Washington. The Porters' sisters, Cierra and Bri play on the Mizzou women's team. Martin's best season at Cal came last year when the Bears finished third in the Pac-12 and earned a No. 4 seed in the NCAA Tournament, the highest NCAA seed in team history. At Cal, he's recruited two four-star prospects and two five-stars, including Jaylen Brown, the No. 3 pick in last year's NBA draft to the Boston Celtics, and current standout Ivan Rabb. Martin was under contract through 2018-19 and owes Cal a reported buyout of at least $1.1 million. "Cuonzo Martin informed me this morning that he is resigning to accept a position at another school," Cal athletics director Mike Williams said. "We put forth our best effort to retain him, but he told me it wasn't about Cal, rather a strong desire to move closer to home. We appreciate all that Cuonzo has done with our men's basketball program over the past three seasons, creating excitement inside Haas Pavilion, guiding our team to a pair of postseason appearances and improving the academic performance of our student-athletes." Before coming to Cal, Martin, was 63-41 in three seasons at Tennessee, highlighted by a run to the Sweet 16 in the 2013 NCAA Tournament. Martin left Knoxville for Cal after more than 36,000 fans signed a petition to replace Martin with former Vols coach Bruce Pearl, who was fired for committing NCAA violations. Mizzou would have pursued Martin three years ago, sources said at the time, but he accepted the Cal job just two days before Mizzou coach Frank Haith left for the head-coaching job at Tulsa. Martin's first college head-coaching job was at Missouri State, where he was 61-41 from 2008-11, including a Missouri Valley Conference championship in 2011. Martin played for Gene Keady at Purdue and later spent eight seasons at Purdue as an assistant coach. Known as a defensive-minded coach who learned under his college coach Gene Keady, Martin has produced three teams that ranked in the top 20 for adjusted defensive efficiency by, including each of his last two teams at Cal. In recent weeks Missouri has also explored Indiana coach Tom Crean as a candidate, though it's unclear how serious Sterk was about the Hoosiers coach. Butler's Chris Holtmann and Baylor's Scott Drew, both coaching in the NCAA Tournament, have also been on Sterk's radar since Kim Anderson was fired last month, sources said. Martin replaces Anderson, who was 27-68 in three seasons on the job. Martin comes to Missouri with more Division I head-coaching wins than any previous new hire at the school for the position, edging Frank Haith (129), Norm Stewart (97) and Mike Anderson (89). Former coaches Quin Snyder and Kim Anderson had never been Division I head coaches before landing the job at Mizzou.
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South Carolina is adding some immediate help in its follow-up season to a Final Four run. Wesley Myers (6'2''-G-95), a graduate transfer from Maine, is joining the Gamecocks' program, according to FanRag Sports' Jon Rothstein. The 6-foot-2 guard gives Frank Martin's team an instant infusion of scoring as they look to replace SEC player of the year Sindarius Thornwell and PJ Dozier. Myers 16.9 points per game last year on 43.7 percent shooting, including a 34.3 percent mark from 3-point ra...   [read more]

Top prospect Marvin Bagley III commits to Duke, to enroll for 2017-18 season - 2 days ago
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Wisconsin Badgers defeat NZ Breakers squad 85-75 in tour opener - 2 days ago
Wisconsin got off to a winning start on its five-game trip to New Zealand and Australia on Tuesday, beating an NZ Breakers squad 85-75. The Badgers were tied 57-57 after three quarters but pulled away to win the first of their two games in New Zealand. Wisconsin, the alma mater of current Breakers shooting guard Kirk Penney, will next play a Breakers selection in Tauranga on Thursday before playing three games in Australia on the 12-day trip. Sophomore Brevin Pritzl (6'3''-G) led Wisconsi...   [read more]

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