College Basketball

How much did the NCAA lose to O'Bannon?

With the trial done, we can say the NCAA's chances of emerging unscathed are slim. However, the organization could hang onto enough that both sides will win something.

Document shows NCAA rules O'Bannon wants changed

If the NCAA loses to O'Bannon (as seems likely), this court document obtained by SB Nation helps explain how things could change.

Emmanuel Mudiay leads our 2015 NBA Mock Draft


It's never too early to think about next year's draft. We list our 30 favorite prospects in 2015, starting with an SMU-bound point guard that will soon become a household name.

Combined NFL/NBA/MLB first-rounders by school

College or high school or country, that is. Point of origin.

The NCAA might've lost O'Bannon today

There won't be a verdict for a few weeks, and the organization will appeal, but even the judge is making jokes at the NCAA's expense.

The NBA Draft's 3 biggest sleepers


Kyle Anderson, Jordan Adams and Jarnell Stokes are legitimate NBA players and they probably won't get picked until the end of the first round, if not later. Here's why teams should select them sooner.

Drafting the 30 best college basketball players

Most mock drafts predict a player's pro prospects. This one celebrates college careers.

The NBA Draft's most unique player

The UCLA product is tall, big and slow. He looks nothing like a point guard, and doesn't even see himself as one. Maybe that's because he's just a basketball player.

Sorry, Emmert, the minors aren't minor league

On the witness stand in the O'Bannon case, NCAA president Mark Emmert says minor leagues in the United States aren't successful or supported by fans. Forty-one million people disagree.

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