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2019 Schedule
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Zion completes '19 awards sweep with Wooden

Already the AP Player of the Year and Naismith Award winner, Zion Williamson took home the Wooden Award on Friday night as the nation's top men's player.

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Purdue guard Carsen Edwards says he will forgo his final season on eligibility at Purdue and enter the NBA draft. In a statement posted on Twitter on Sunday, Edwards said he would be hiring an agent, which would end the possibility for him to later withdraw from the draft. ESPN ranks Edwards as the 25th best available player in the draft and the No. 3 point guard, behind Murray State's Ja Morant and Darius Garland, who withdrew from Vanderbilt in January.

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Duke duo, Morant among Wooden Award finalists

Duke teammates RJ Barrett and Zion Williamson are among the 10 players named to the John R. Wooden Award All-American team. Ja Morant of Murray State and Tennessee's Grant Williams were also invited to the award presentation in Los Angeles.

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Courtside: Elite 8 Breakdown

Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich share their reactions from the second weekend of the NCAA Tournament, including Cassius Winston bouncing the Duke freshman (1:30), Auburn's upset victory over Kentucky (11:26), Texas Tech's over Gonzaga (16:23) as well as Virginia finally finding redemption against Purdue (20:53). Plus, how did these teams get here?

Jay Williams calls Virginia vs. Purdue 'best game of the tournament' (1:29)
Jerome lauds Edwards on 'performance for the ages' (2:00)
Edwards explains what went wrong on late errant pass (1:19)

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Fun first half in Louisville. Purdue punched first, staying hot after Thursday's game, hitting seven of its first 10 3-pointers and building a 10-point lead. But the Boilermakers made just one of their final nine 3-pointers and Virginia has the lead down to one at halftime.

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Purdue's Edwards shrugs off Curry comparisons

Purdue guard Carsen Edwards shrugged off comparisons to Stephen Curry after he scored at least 25 points in his fourth straight NCAA tournament game on Thursday. Curry had a five-game streak of 25 points or more at Davidson in 2007 and 2008.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyle Guy said earlier he played against former AAU teammate Ryan Cline several times in high school — and recalls crossing Cline over and making him fall. "I remember that vividly," Guy said. "I don't remember that," Cline just responded. "I'm going to talk to him about that."

Painter sensed relief when Purdue was able to force OT (2:01)
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109dJeff Borzello

Purdue finds a cure for its Sweet 16 curse

The Boilermakers hadn't advanced in four tries under Matt Painter, but they fought back to force OT and eliminate Tennessee.

SVP: 'Dont love it, but call was correct' in Purdue's win (1:16)

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt Painter spoke on Wednesday about needing to prevent Tennessee from going on 22-4 runs. We're not quite there yet, but the Vols are on 13-2 and 29-14 runs to cut what was an 18-point second-half lead down to three points.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

That was an offensive clinic for about 18 minutes by Purdue. Running really good stuff in the half-court, getting Carsen Edwards in good spots. At the other end, kept Tennessee out of transition and away from the rim.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Couple of intriguing matchups to watch here in Tennessee - Purdue. Lamonte Turner opened up on Carsen Edwards, while Matt Haarms is guarding Grant Williams and Nojel Eastern has Admiral Schofield.

Team Stats

Points Per Game76.7
Rebounds Per Game37.2
Assists Per Game14.4
Points Allowed67.3Tied-61st

Tournament History

Final Fours2
Tournament Record37-29
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances29