Kansas landed its first five-star recruit since receiving a notice of allegations this fall, as guard Bryce Thompson committed to play for the Jayhawks on Monday.
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With wins last week in the Champions Classic, Kentucky and Duke have moved up to the top two spots in the latest AP poll. Michigan State, Louisville and Kansas round out the top five.
- KU lands 1st 5-star recruit since NOA from NCAA
- Kentucky, Duke take over top 2 spots in AP poll
- KU's Self defiant in wake of NCAA investigation
- Grimes gets waiver to play this year for Houston
Kansas, Auburn and Washington are among the heavyweights appearing on ESPN+ this week.
Devon Dotson and No. 3 Kansas got back on track.
ESPN.com's college hoops experts make their picks as Duke, Kentucky, Kansas and others retake the floor.
Dan Dakich and Seth Greenberg tip off the podcast by discussing the Champions Classic, Cole Anthony dropping 34 in his first game and Virginia holding Syracuse to its fewest points since 1945. Next, the guys are joined by Texas Tech head coach Chris Beard (10:46) to talk about how he doesn't plan on rewatching the title game until he wins the whole thing, what's changed with recruiting after last year's success, the concept of "coaching through tape," his love of Whataburger and the origins of the Fireside Chat. Later, Seth and Dan touch on Andrew Jones dropping 20 for Texas in his first game back after being diagnosed with leukemia, the championship probability of the four Champions Classic teams (33:44) and Baylor-Washington in the Armed Forces Classic.
The North Carolina freshman scored 34 in a memorable opener, and the Cavaliers relied on their trademark D. Will Kansas make adjustments on Friday?
The coaching stars of college hoops shone brightly in Tuesday night's Champions Classic. The games resumed ... while the game remains on notice.
Kentucky and Duke were the big winners at the Champions Classic. UNC's Cole Anthony is Wednesday's main attraction.
Tre Jones scored 15 points and Cassius Stanley added 11 of his 13 points in the second half to help No. 4 Duke beat third-ranked Kansas 68-66 in the opener of the Champions Classic on Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden.
ESPN.com's experts make their picks and discuss the hottest topics in college basketball entering the 2019-20 season.
Dan Dakich and Seth Greenberg tip off the podcast by discussing the Champions Classic matchups, the great point guards on all four teams, how Trey Jones will adjust in the post-Zion Williamson and RJ Barrett era , why Kansas' veteran players could be the x-factor against Duke, how good Kentucky's defense can be (17:43), if losing Josh Langford hurts Michigan State more this year than last year, and why Aaron Henry looks better than ever. Next, the guys are joined by Villanova head coach Jay Wright (22:20) to talk about how his assistants look better than him, spending the summer as an assistant on Team USA in the FIBA World Cup, being a scrub assistant to the NBA stars on the Team USA, the time he begged 50 Cent not to curse at a preseason performance (30:18), where he is with the name, image, likeness issue (39:43), and when Range Rover gave his car deal to Ryan Arcidiacono (46:12). Finally, Dan and Seth close the show with the Student Section on the first round of ACC conference games (55:59).
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