Junior Derryck Thornton, the 11th overall player in the ESPN 60, has decided to reclassify up to the class of 2015 and commit to Duke to be their point guard for the 2015-16 season.
Caris LeVert, who missed the second half of the season with a foot injury, has decided to return to Ann Arbor for his senior season.
Georgetown and Maryland will renew a regular-season series with the agreement to play in the inaugural Gavitt Tipoff Games, a scheduling challenge between the Big Ten and Big East.
Reggie Lynch, who ranked 12th nationally with 93 blocks, is transferring to Minnesota from Illinois State and will sit out the 2015-16 season.
Manu Lecomte is leaving Miami and has committed to Baylor.
North Carolina junior point guard Marcus Paige is recovering from ankle surgery to remove bone spurs. He should be able to resume basketball activities this summer.
"I'm really pleased with where we are in terms of players and our future," Tim Miles said Monday, addressing the unexpected losses of two players and an assistant coach.
Looking ahead: Pittsburgh Panthers -- Jamie Dixon has back his top two scorers, but two unexpected departures could leave him scrambling.
It's time to take a look beyond the greatness toward the nine teams in the ACC who missed the NCAA tournament. There is one "problem number" to fix for each of the nine this offseason.
With Trevor Lacey gone, hopes of a consistently great -- or even just consistent -- campaign next season look far less likely.
Duke is scrambling to find a point guard after Tyus Jones opted to enter the NBA draft early. What are Mike Krzyzewski's options?
Last-second loss to Kentucky was the final moment for a Notre Dame team that had shaken off all of the presumptions that accompanied it just weeks before.
It'll be all about Ben Simmons at LSU next year and rightfully so. The freshman is a lower-risk Lamar Odom and is poised to be a star.
What stood all this year? It's time to go through the season and see what made a lasting impression.
Despite veteran star Justin Anderson declaring for the draft, the Virginia Cavaliers will still enter next season with plenty of talent.
Jeff Goodman and Jeff Borzello offer their Top 25 transfers and the complete transfer list.
Ivan Rabb's decision to attend Cal gives coach Cuonzo Martin his highest-ranked recruit since he took over the program. Rabb is the No. 6 prospect in the ESPN 100.