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17mJeff Borzello

Memphis' Wiseman must sit additional 11 games

Memphis center James Wiseman will be cleared to compete on Jan. 12 after sitting an additional 11 games, the NCAA announced in a statement.

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Per NCAA: James Wiseman will be eligible to compete in Memphis' Jan. 12 contest at South Florida. He also must donate $11,500 to a charity of his choice.

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Per NCAA: James Wiseman, a freshman on the University of Memphis men's basketball team, must sit 11 additional games (12 total) based on recruiting inducements his family received before he enrolled at Memphis and for competing in three games while ineligible.

Jeffries goes from offense to defense (0:15)
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Lomax's steal leads to a Jeffries jam (0:19)
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Bilas expects Wiseman will play again this season (1:16)
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Wiseman drops NCAA lawsuit, declared ineligible

Memphis has declared James Wiseman ineligible for competition and will withhold him from games after he withdrew his lawsuit against the NCAA on Thursday.

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Memphis announces that James Wiseman has been declared ineligible and will be withheld from competition while it awaits reinstatement from the NCAA. Wiseman can practice, but won't play in games - Jeff Borzello

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Wiseman ineligibility could cost H.S. state title

The Memphis East High School basketball team is in danger of being stripped of its 2017-18 title because James Wiseman and another player were ruled ineligible.

Wiseman scores 14 as Memphis falls to Oregon (1:31)
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Hardaway: Wiseman issues not to blame for loss

Memphis coach Anfernee Hardaway said the controversy swirling around freshman phenom James Wiseman and his status with the NCAA did not play a part in Tuesday's 82-74 loss to No. 14 Oregon.

Hardaway on Wiseman: 'We have his back' (0:28)
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The Right Time: Orgeron ignites Bama rivalry, NCAA hustlin' backwards on Wiseman

Bomani dishes on why Ed Orgeron's postgame exploits and the beat down delivered to Alabama by LSU has reignited a rivalry of legendary proportions (0:37), why the NCAA is "hustlin' backwards" with James Wiseman at Memphis (12:13) also why Bo dominating in fantasy football in spite of not caring says something (25:20). Plus, an IYHH with "weight loss" THC (33:49) as well as "DJ" Mike Hitman on his Crimson Tide, Cowboys and Celtics (43:16).

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Courtside: Greenberg and Dakich examine the James Wiseman situation

Dan Dakich and Seth Greenberg tip off the podcast by fleshing out the James Wiseman situation, including why Memphis played Wiseman, the likelihood of there being more to this story, the specifics of the NCAA allegations and what they think the ultimate outcome of this situation will be. Later, the guys cover Cassius Winston's brother committing suicide (15:31), Baylor-Washington in Alaska, the Big Ten getting off to a slow start (21:24), Florida State out-toughing Florida and more.

Bilas: Memphis risks postseason ban by playing Wiseman (1:42)
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Hardaway: Wiseman had the right to do what he did (0:59)
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Wiseman suits up vs. UIC, scores 17 points (1:12)
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Team Stats

Points Per Game91.37th
Rebounds Per Game44.0Tied-29th
Assists Per Game19.318th
Points Allowed62.0Tied-91st

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Tournament History

Final Fours3
Tournament Record34-26
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances26