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  1. Bryce James, younger brother Bronny and Co., play games in London, Paris and Rome over a 12-day span. We break down what you need to know.
  2. Pete Carril, the Hall of Fame coach who brought notoriety to the "Princeton Offense" during his 30-year tenure with the school, died Monday at the age of 92.
  3. A passionate Mark Stoops defended the Kentucky football program on Saturday after comments earlier in the week from basketball coach John Calipari in which he called the university a "basketball school."
  4. The NIT semifinals and final, which have been played annually at Madison Square Garden for all but one time since 1938, will be leaving New York City and will be held in Las Vegas in 2023 and Indianapolis in 2024.
  5. Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo, who leads all active coaches with eight Final Four appearances, signed a new five-year deal that gives him a raise of about $2 million per season.
  6. The Big Ten is close to finalizing a new media rights deal with Fox, CBS and NBC, according to sources, with longtime partner ESPN no longer in the mix.
  7. Five-star senior Scotty Middleton committed to Ohio State, becoming the first five-star recruit of the Chris Holtmann era and the Buckeyes' highest-ranked recruit in nine years.
  8. The Pac-12 and Northeast conferences plan to equalize pay among referees for men's and women's basketball starting next season. An AP analysis found that among 15 of the NCAA's largest conferences, men's basketball refs made 22% more per game in 2021-22.
  9. Center Ugonna Kingsley Onyenso is Kentucky's newest recruit, and at 17 is hoping to emulate Nigerian idol Giannis Antetokounmpo on the court and off.
  10. The transfers have committed, the recruits have signed and the nonconference schedules are being set. How have the rankings changed with just over three months before the season begins?
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