December 2011 NCAA Wiretap
Zeller Leads Hoosiers In Scoring Despite Low Percentage Of Shots Attempted
Freshman forward Cody Zeller leads the undefeated Indiana Hoosiers in points per possession.
Tyshawn Taylor Expected To Return Just Eight Days After Knee Surgery
Kansas point guard Tyshawn Taylor had surgery last week to repair torn meniscus in his right knee.
Tar Heels' Henson Working To Extend Shooting Range
Tar Heels forward John Henson has been working to add an effective jumper to his repertoire.
Shabazz Muhammad Narrows List To Four
Shabazz Muhammad is widely regarded as the No. 1 player in the 2012 class.
Sullinger Suffers Left Foot Injury, X-Rays Reveal No Fracture
Jared Sullinger suffered a left foot injury against South Carolina on Saturday.
Advisors Reportedly Pushed Khem Birch To Leave Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh freshman Khem Birch left the team for personal reasons.
Khem Birch To Leave Pitt, Seeks Transfer
Khem Birch, a 6-foot-9 forward from Canada, was the highest rated recruit in Pitt history.
Harrison Barnes Struggling To Score Off The Dribble
Harrison Barnes has not displayed the ability to score off the dribble, a shortcoming that decreases his value at the NBA level.
Scouts Question Terrence Jones' Aggressiveness
Terrence Jones has yet to fully prove himself in big game situations.
Hoosiers Converting On Catch-And-Shoot Opportunities In Transition
Indiana’s outside shooting has fueled its revival.
Reeves Nelson Signs With Lithuanian Team
After being dismissed by UCLA coach Ben Howland, Reeves Nelson is turning pro.
Donovan Signs Three-Year Extension With Florida
Billy Donovan guided Florida to the 2006 and 2007 national titles.
Illinois Holds .762 Winning Percentage At United Center, But Have Lost Four Of Last Five
Illinois will play UNLV on Saturday at the United Center in Chicago, which will mark the 43rd time the school has played at the venue since the 94-95 season.
Barnes Rates As Tar Heels' Worst Individual Defender
Harrison Barnes’ stop percentage registers as the worst on the team.
Craft Forcing Nine Turnovers Per One Hundred Possessions
Aaron Craft has recorded 28 steals thus far this season.
Isiah Thomas Says He's Content At Florida International
Isiah Thomas’ Golden Panthers are 3-7 on the year.
Krzyzewski: Scholarship Athletes Deserve More Than $2,000 Stipend
Conferences can now vote to add $2,000 to athletic scholarship offers. Coach K believes that amount have been higher.
Carmelo Believes Syracuse Will Win The National Title
Carmelo Anthony led Syracuse to the NCAA title in 2003.
Self Defends Tyshawn Taylor's High Turnover Rate
Tyshawn Taylor hasn't quite been the consistent distributor he was expected to be.
Sullinger Likely To Return Saturday
Jared Sullinger has not played since a Nov. 29 win over Duke due to back spasms.
UCLA Switching To Zone In Attempt To Shore Up Interior Defense
Ben Howland concedes a zone defense may lead to open perimeter jumpers.
Shaka Smart Happy With Decision To Remain At VCU
Shaka Smart is in his third year at Virginia Commonwealth.
UConn Struggling To Defend Three Point Arc
The Huskies have struggled to contest shots at the three-point line
NBA Scouts Impressed By Scott Machado's Passing Vision, Shooting Ability
NCAA assist leader Scott Machado is projected as a late first round pick.
Hardaway Jr. Adjusting To Being Focal Point Of Opposing Defenses
Tim Hardaway Jr. is working hard to adjust to the new looks he's getting from opposing defenses.
Jordan Taylor Fighting Through Shooting Slump, Insists He's Fully Recovered From Ankle Surgery
Jordan Taylor hopes to rediscover his touch when Wisconsin takes on UW-Milwaukee.
Tar Heels Undefeated When Kendall Marshall Records Nine Or More Assists
Kendall Marshall’s ball distribution has been a strong point for the Tar Heels.
Scout: Rivers Should Stay For Sophomore Year At Duke
Austin Rivers’ shot selection has some scouts shaking their heads thus far this season.
Suspensions Coming Following Brawl Between Cincinnati, Xavier
With 9.4 seconds left and Xavier leading 76-53, a melee broke out.