John Gasaway breaks down the nation's top offenses heading into the 2014-15 season. He leads with Wisconsin, which boasts two potential All-Americans in Sam Dekker and Frank Kaminsky.
John Gasaway looks closer at the true value of transfers in college basketball. He uses past history to determine which type of transfers will have the most impact for programs.
New Auburn coach Bruce Pearl has added an influx of talent for next season's team. But how will the Tigers fare in 2014-15? John Gasaway gives his answer.
While Kansas and San Diego State are both favorites in their respective conferences this season, the point guard position for each program has questions. John Gasaway looks at what this could mean in the long term.
John Gasaway ranks the 10 unluckiest teams in college basketball last season. Some, like Iowa and Utah, could see a rise in the standings in 2014-15.
John Gasaway looks closer at elite teams most reliant on upperclassmen this season. He leads with Wisconsin, the preseason favorite in the Big Ten.
John Gasaway makes the case for why Ohio State's Thad Matta is the most underrated coach in college basketball -- and the biggest reason the Buckeyes could surprise this season.
John Gasaway breaks down the Power Five of college basketball. The ACC, with 176 NCAA tournament wins since 2000, comes out on top.
John Gasaway writes why Tennessee will struggle in Donnie Tyndall's first season as head coach. He sees a thin frontcourt as one of the biggest factors.
The loss of Tyler Ennis and Jerami Grant may be a blow, but don't count out Jim Boeheim and the Syracuse Orange just yet.
Even without Louisville, the American Athletic should still be considered a power conference. It looks to be a multibid league in 2014-15, led by UConn and SMU.
While the Big Ten is indisputably prestigious, is it really the best college basketball conference in the nation? John Gasaway breaks it down.
Rick Barnes has struggled to turn top talent into postseason wins. That might be about to change.
Kansas has been the most successful team year in and year out in college hoops the past five seasons. What other programs rank among the most consistent? John Gasaway lists his top 10.
John Gasaway breaks down his top 10 players in college basketball heading into the 2014-15 season. He leads with Wisconsin big man Frank Kaminsky.
John Gasaway breaks down nine players whose poor offensive efficiency begs the question, "why are you touching the basketball?"