Creighton senior Doug McDermott added more accolades to a special season and increased his trophy haul by securing the John R. Wooden Award for the men's player of the year.
The Wooden Award All-American team, unveiled Monday, is anchored by Creighton's Doug McDermott and Connecticut's Shabazz Napier and features more veterans than underclassmen.
The Wooden Award Midseason Top 25, released Wednesday, features a variety of standout athletes who remain in the running to win the national honor at the end of the season.
Creighton coach Greg McDermott and his son Doug have learned a lot about their roles and each other over three seasons together. Touted as a national player of the year candidate, Doug is back to write his final chapter for the Bluejays.
Guards in the post. Centers putting the ball on the floor. Forwards running the offense. More versatile players in college basketball are bring about the end of traditional positions.
Associated Press preseason All-Americans Cody Zeller and Doug McDermott headline the Wooden Award Preseason Top 50, which was unveiled Thursday on ESPN.com.
So much on the line. So much hype. Hype Machine lays it on the line for BracketBusters weekend.
Tournament spots and winning records are on the line for mid-major teams as the league races enter their final weeks.
The Hype Machine on Tim Hardaway Jr.'s slump, the status of North Carolina-Duke and why Creighton's Doug McDermott needs help.
The best rivalries between some of the nation's mid-majors rarely receive the same buzz as the perennial duels that feature "power six" programs, but they're equally fascinating.
Mid-major fans know the stars -- McDermott, Machado, Canaan -- but it could be the under-the-radar difference-makers who win BracketBusters games.
Myron Medcalf catches up with some of the mid-major coaches and players who made waves in the college basketball world in the season's first week.