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UCLA's O'Neal, Shaq's son, has heart procedure
The son of NBA great Shaquille O'Neal says he's recovering well from a heart procedure.
Nova's Quinerly sorry for dissing own program
Villanova's Jahvon Quinerly apologized after posting a statement critical of his own program on Instagram.
There are some high stakes for Saturday's slate
We might not be in conference play yet, but Saturday's matchups still have some high stakes, including an undefeated team facing a feisty offense and a nearly must-win for the defending national champions.
Miami loses Gak for season to injured knee
Miami freshman forward Deng Gak will miss the rest of the season with a left knee injury, the latest blow to the Hurricanes' depth up front.
Studly recruits now struggling to be star freshmen
Why is Nassir Little coming off the bench? Will Bob Richey be the most sought-after coach at season's end? Let's go inside college basketball to get some answers.
Sources: NCAA rule limits June access to recruits
A new NCAA rule that in theory would enable colleges to see recruits more than in the past instead might keep some very prominent players from being seen in June.
Kentucky sophomore guard Green transferring
Sophomore guard Quade Green is transferring from Kentucky, the school said.
Nobody's perfect: When the unbeaten teams will lose
The nine teams without a loss include some you'd expect (Kansas, Virginia and Michigan) and some surprises (Furman). Here's when each one will fall.
What's real, what's fake this week in hoops
In case you're still skeptical: Tennessee hoops is very, very real. The NCAA doling out any punishment for the corruption trials right now is very, very not real.
Providence's No. 2 scorer to miss 4-6 weeks
Providence freshman guard A.J. Reeves could miss a chunk of Big East play, as the team has ruled him out for four to six weeks because of a foot injury.