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Lawyer: Evidence shows coaches knew of NCAA family payouts

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A lawyer for a longtime Adidas employee urged jurors to use common sense to conclude college basketball coaches knew money was being paid to families to steer top players to their schools. More>>

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Jury hears closing arguments at college hoops fraud trial

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Lawyers at a trial exploring corruption in big-time college basketball have clashed over the question of whether major programs were harmed by secret cash payments to top recruits. More>>

SEC banking on some veteran stars _ even Kentucky

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SEC mens's basketball teams banking on some veteran stars _ even Kentucky. More>>

Testimony ends at trial on payments in college basketball

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A New York City jury is done hearing testimony at a federal trial about secret payments in college basketball. More>>

Krzyzewski, Duke reload with another strong freshman class

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Krzyzewsi, Duke reload with another strong freshman class, national title realistic goal once again. More>>

Fixer says he made cash payment in college hoops scheme

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A government witness at a college basketball corruption trial claims he made a secret $40,000 payment to the inner circle of a North Carolina State recruit. More>>

Pac-12 coaches paying close attention to corruption trial

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Stanford coach Jerod Haase believes that in due time college basketball will get past its recruiting corruption scandal and regain its credibility. More>>

Kerr, Wright, McMillan to be US basketball assistant coaches

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A person with knowledge of the details says Steve Kerr and Jay Wright have been chosen as assistant coaches for the U.S. national basketball team, putting the coaches of the NBA and NCAA championship teams on Gregg Popovich's staff. More>>

Tex Winter, innovative basketball coach, dead at 96

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Tex Winter, the innovative "Triangle Offense" pioneer who assisted Phil Jackson on NBA championship teams with the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers, has died. More>>

College basketball fixer describes 'black op' payments

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A former consultant for Adidas has testified he arranged cash payments to the families of top college basketball prospects in a scheme to steer them to major programs. More>>

Jayhawks begin as questions swirl around sophomore De Sousa

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Kansas began practice a couple weeks ago amid some questions about Silvio De Sousa, whose name has popped up in the investigation into corruption in college basketball. More>>

Basketball player's father: Louisville assistant gave cash

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The father of a blue-chip college basketball recruit has testified that an assistant coach at the University of Louisville gave him a secret cash payment of $1,300. More>>

Federal trial pulls back curtain on basketball recruiting

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The curtain to college basketball's worst-kept secret pulled back even more in a New York federal court last week, revealing a shady world of bagmen, secret payments and bags of cash. More>>

Father testifies on pay for play at college hoops programs

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The fathers of a top college basketball prospect said his son was offered tens of thousands of dollars to play at major programs. More>>

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