The Big East will once again be one of the most difficult conferences in college basketball coming into the 2015-16 season. Here are the power rankings to start summer 2015.
The Georgetown Hoyas bowed out of the NCAA Tournament earlier than expected, but D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera's return means that this team could fight for the Big East title.
The Big East was arguably the most top-to-bottom difficult conference in college basketball last season. Several incoming freshmen could make the Big East even more deep. Meet those five, here.
The Georgetown Hoyas have announced a court design contest that will reward the winning fan season tickets.
Kris Dunn will definitely be one of the best players in college basketball in the 2015-16 season.
Kris Dunn has the chance to be a first round pick in this year's NBA draft. He would be smart to take the opportunity now and leave Providence early.
Less than two weeks since being named head coach of the St. John's Red Storm, Chris Mullin already has three players coming to New York.
The Big East will have an influx of talented freshmen for the 2015-16 season, including two McDonald's All-Americans.
His collegiate basketball career may be over, but Xavier's Matt Stainbrook clearly isn't ready to move on just yet.
The St. John's Red Storm are bringing in Chris Mullin as their next head coach, which is an interesting hire to say the least.