RecruitingNation ranks the top 10 battles for basketball's elite.
Utah Valley St. 86, Northern New Mexico 63
Troy 71, Louisiana-Monroe 64
The UCLA basketball team is miffed about finishing second during the Pac-10 regular season and looks to the conference tournament to get some redemption.
It might be time to hide the children or install parental controls for college basketball telecasts. The language we're getting from Coach K and others on the bench isn't exactly family viewing.
UCLA can be maddening at times, but the Bruins keep beating teams they should.
UCLA point guard Lazeric Jones injured the middle finger on his right hand Friday and sat out most of the second half of UCLA's 74-63 loss to Washington.
Notre Dame senior Ben Hansbrough put on a show in the first half. But Kentucky's Terrence Jones got the last laugh as the Cats pulled away at Freedom Hall behind their dazzling freshman.
UCLA coach Ben Howland has reason for excitement, but he'll be careful.
The Summer Buzz series heads to UCLA where, after their worst season in years, the Bruins are prepared to rebuild. Doug Gottlieb and Joe Lunardi add analysis of what's to come.
Mark it down: Just like every other year, this year's draft class will produce several players that will make teams regret passing on them. Ryen Russillo provides his top 10 sleepers for this year's draft.
Portland 76, UC Davis 72