The Roanoke Times has a nice, easy to digest capsule preview of every team in the ACC Tournament.
ACC basketball players share their favorite Jay-Z songs ... you know, because the tournament is in Brooklyn this year.
Let's do this, fellas.
Congratulations to U of L's Myisha Hines-Allen, Briahanna Jackson and Cortnee Walton, who have all been named to the ACC All-Academic Team
The ACC Digital Network takes a look at the best dunks in the ACC Tournament from over the years.
ESPN has signed a multi-year deal with the $2 million winner-take-all "The Basketball Tournament."
Mark Titus serves up the five biggest storylines in college basketball this week, including whether or not Duke is back and how the bubble is weak every damn year.
Jeff Greer makes 15 bold predictions about the ACC Tournament.
They grow up so fast.
The Cougars are the three seed in this week's AAC Tournament, and will open up play on Friday.
Northern Kentucky, which is postseason eligible this year for the first time since transitioning to Division-I, defeated Youngstown State last night in the Horizon League semifinals. The Youngstown State Penguin was not pleased.
Youngstown penguin doing DX crotch chops. #MotorCityMadness https://t.co/q3TPdMVppE— Jonathan Hood (@tweetjhood) March 7, 2017
The Norse will take on Milwaukee tonight for the Horizon League title. Milwaukee entered the postseason with a 9-23 overall record, and if they win, they'll have the worse record of any NCAA Tournament qualifier in history.
Some Hoosier fans are now creating insane Brad Stevens to Indiana commercials and music videos.
Jay Bilas says the ACC Tournament being held in New York is a good thing.
Last night's MAAC final between Iona and Siena was terrific. College basketball is good.
Could the ACC have its eyes set on Madison Square Garden next? They might have to pull a Big Ten and play their tournament a week earlier than everyone else, but it's possible.
Chance the Rapper donated $1 million to Chicago public schools because he's awesome.
Downtown legend Spike the Tortoise is finally walking again after being hit by a car a while back.
Jay Bilas has changed his tune on Louisville (in a good way).
"Well, they're capable of winning the ACC tournament," Bilas said. Then he expanded his thought to the NCAA tournament: "They can win the whole thing. They're good enough to win the whole thing."
Bilas said Louisville, which is set to open ACC tournament play on Thursday around 2 p.m. at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, has changed his mind over the course of the season. U of L (24-7) looked like a team that would struggle on offense, but Bilas sees the Cards in a different light now. It's for that reason, plus U of L's reputation for stingy defense, that he has such a high opinion of Rick Pitino's team.
Louisville's offense finished the season ranked 24th in Ken Pomeroy's efficiency ratings. The Cards shot 44 percent as a team in non-conference play, but they hit 46.5 percent of their shots in 18 ACC games.
Sophomore guard Donovan Mitchell, who Bilas said has improved "a great deal," went from 32-percent 3-point shooting in non-league play to 40 percent in the ACC. His backcourt partner, Quentin Snider, shot 15 percentage points better in conference play.
"Earlier in the year when I watched them, I wasn't confident that they would be a great offensive team, that they could really score," Bilas said, "and they were subject early on to some pretty significant scoring droughts, like the (66-63 loss to) Baylor. They've had times where scoring was an issue.
"They can stop people, but I don't care how good your defense is - and their defense is great - great defense doesn't always stop offense. There are some really good offensive players out there that it's hard to keep teams from scoring, and they get hot, and you've got to be able to score yourself. But they've really improved over the last month, month and a half on the offensive end."
Louisville's scheduled baseball game today at Eastern Kentucky has been postponed because of rain.
Eight members of the U of L women's swimming and diving team are heading to the NCAA Championships.
A year after being banned from the postseason, Louisville's redemption tour starts now.
Here's a good interview with Preston Brown on a Cincinnati radio station.
Kevin Keatts and UNC-Wilmington are headed back to the dance for a second straight year. Regardless of who they draw, the Seahawks will be a trendy upset pick a week from now.
Congratulations to Richard Pitino, who was named the Big Ten Coach of the Year on Monday.
Not many people wanted to watch DePaul play basketball in person this season, which will change when Card Chronicle takes over. The Blue Demons, by the way, will take on Xavier in "The DePaul" (the Big East Tournament opening round game featuring the worst seed) tomorrow night at 9:30 on FS1.