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4-0, 1st in Big 12

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Get your popcorn ready. Mohamed Bamba and Marvin Bagley III, two top-five recruits in this freshman class, will face off tomorrow when Duke plays Texas in the second round of the PK80. Important early test for both programs. And the NBA execs in the building will love it, too.

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

I'm amazed this is still a close game with Kamar Baldwin and Kelan Martin struggling tonight (8-for-30) combined.

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Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Mo Bamba -- the face-up 4-man.

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Here in Portland for practices all day. Looking forward to seeing likely lottery pick Mo Bamba this week.

Randy L. Rasmussen
2dMyron Medcalf

80 for 80: Everything you need to know about PK80

The field is loaded: Duke, UNC, Michigan State, Gonzaga and more. There are two brackets with names like Bagley, Bridges and Bamba. We give you a full rundown (yes, 80 things!) to set up a March-like event in November.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Texas with an 18 point win against New Hampshire without Mo Bamba. Mark It down, Texas will be one of the most improved teams in the country.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Tonight 8pm EST UHN at Texas on Longhorn Network and ESPN3. Wildcats thinking upset, Longhorns looking for another home win!

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Recruiting news: Keldon Johnson tells ESPN he is ready to make his college decision this Saturday at 6pm. "I have talked it over with my parents and we are all in the same page. " said Johnson. His final choices are Kentucky, Maryland, N.C. State, and Texas. Johnson is currently ranked at no.7 in the ESPN 100.

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15dMike Schmitz

Ultra-modern bigs headlining the 2018 NBA draft class

At 7-foot with a 7-foot-9 wingspan and a 9-foot-6 standing reach, Mohamed Bamba's closest physical comparison is Rudy Gobert. More fluid than Gobert at the same age, Bamba has quite a bit of untapped physical potential.

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16dJeff Borzello

How the Big 12 race will play out this season

Is a 14th straight title in the cards for Kansas? There's a gap between the Jayhawks and the rest of the conference this season.

Tim Warner/Houston Chronicle via AP
20dMike Schmitz

NCAA's best center prospects: Mohamed Bamba

Bamba's tantalizing combination of physical tools, agility, defensive versatility, basketball IQ and touch makes him without question a potential No. 1 pick.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Kamaka Hepa is another solid pickup for Texas. No. 62 in the ESPN 100. Fourth frontcourt commitment in 2018 for the Longhorns. Shaka Smart can now focus on five-stars Quentin Grimes and Keldon Johnson in the next few weeks.

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24dMike Schmitz

Top NBA draft PG prospects: Andrew Jones

The Texas star is explosive to the rim with scoring instincts, shooting potential and good feet defensively.

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25dMyron Medcalf

Big 12 preview: The Kansas problem

Every year the question is asked: Is this the season someone knocks Kansas off the top spot? And every year, for 13 seasons, the answer has been no. So is this the season? Well, no, and that's an issue for the Big 12.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Breaking news: Joey Baker tells ESPN that he has committed to Duke. Baker is a five star prospect and currently sits at no.13 in the junior (2019) class. He chose Duke over UCLA, N.C. State, Texas, Wake Forest, Kansas, and Florida.

Team Stats

Points Per Game87.743rd
Rebounds Per Game41.0Tied-70th
Assists Per Game12.0Tied-270th
Points Allowed58.7Tied-19th

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Tournament History

Final Fours3
Tournament Record35-36
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances33