These NBA draft decisions, transfer decisions and recruiting commitments will have a lot to say about college basketball's pecking order heading into 2019-20.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6W 73-42
- 11/11W 76-57
- 11/16W 97-40
- 11/21W 74-52
- 11/22W 66-59
- 11/2325W 53-46
- 11/2824W 76-71
- 12/3W 83-45
- 12/9W 57-49
- 12/19W 69-52
- 12/22W 72-40
- 12/31W 100-64
- 1/59W 65-52
- 1/9W 83-56
- 1/12W 63-43
- 1/159W 81-59
- 1/191L 72-70
- 1/22W 68-45
- 1/26W 82-55
- 1/2923W 66-65
- 2/2W 56-46
- 2/92L 81-71
- 2/118W 69-61
- 2/16W 60-54
- 2/1820W 64-58
- 2/2318W 64-52
- 2/27W 81-51
- 3/2W 73-49
- 3/4W 79-53
- 3/9W 73-68
- 3/14W 76-56
- 3/1512L 69-59
- 3/2216W 71-56
- 3/249W 63-51
- 3/2812W 53-49
- 3/303W 80-75
- 4/65W 63-62
- 4/83W 85-77
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- Bennett: Virginia would decline White House invite
- Guy staying in draft, won't return to Virginia
- Diakite becomes fourth from UVA to pursue NBA
- Virginia's Guy declares for NBA draft
North Carolina secured the services of Cole Anthony, and makes a big move up the college basketball preseason rankings for 2019-20.
Virginia Cavaliers coach Tony Bennett said Friday that logistics, not politics, would keep his national championship team from accepting an invitation to the White House. Four Virginia players have declared for the NBA draft.
Virginia guard Kyle Guy announced Monday he plans to keep his name in the NBA draft and will not return to the Cavaliers for his senior season.
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Virginia guard Kyle Guy announced Monday he plans to keep his name in the NBA draft and will not return to the Cavaliers for his senior season. Guy announced last week he was declaring for the draft, but left the door open to a possible return. He is one of four Virginia players to enter their names into the NBA draft, along with Ty Jerome, De'Andre Hunter and Mamadi Diakite.
Mamadi Diakite, the Cavs forward from Guinea who played the hero role in Virginia's Elite Eight win over Purdue, declared for the draft, joining teammates De'Andre Hunter, Ty Jerome and Kyle Guy.
Virginia guard Kyle Guy was named the Final Four's Most Outstanding Player as the Cavaliers won their first national championship.
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Kyle Guy announces he will declare for the NBA draft. He is not ranked in the ESPN Top 100 and left open the option to return to school. "I am diving in to this with two feet to achieve my dream but I will leave the option of coming back to school open," Guy said.
Hunter is likely to be a lottery pick. The 6-foot-7 redshirt sophomore is ranked as the No. 5 overall player by ESPN and the No. 2 power forward behind only Duke's Zion Williamson. Jerome is ranked No. 29 overall and the No. 8 shooting guard.
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Virginia star Ty Jerome, a key contributor in his team's run to this season's national championship, will hire an agent and enter the NBA draft, according to his Instagram page.
Virginia fans filled one side of the school's football stadium Saturday to pay tribute to the men's basketball team, which won its first national championship on Monday.
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.
Several thousand fans greeted the Virginia men's basketball team Tuesday, when the Cavaliers returned to campus after winning their first national championship.
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Seth Greenberg, Dan Dakich and Chris Cotter share their reactions to Virginia's first-ever National Championship victory, including just how good of a story this is for the Cavaliers in this one-and-done era of college hoops (1:00). Plus, who may emerge next year and who should get the UCLA job (22:39).
The star sophomore scored 22 of his career-high 27 in the second half and OT, including a clutch 3-pointer that tied the title game at the end of regulation.
Caesars Palace has installed Virginia as the 5-1 favorite to win next year's men's college basketball title, with the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook giving 7-1 odds to the Cavaliers and Kentucky as co-favorites.
Headlined by the 1972 UCLA Bruins, 81 teams have cut down the nets at an NCAA tournament. Virginia became the latest on Monday. Where do the Cavs rank all time?