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College Basketball

Latest NCB news from www.espn.com
  1. Who do our coaches think was the star of the Duke-UNC rivalry? Hint: Blood appears to be a factor.
  2. Looking to watch the No. 8 Tar Heels visit top-ranked Duke on ESPN on Wednesday? Here's how to do it.
  3. After Purdue's Matt Haarms was on the receiving end of boos and profane chants from the Indiana crowd Tuesday night, Hoosiers AD Fred Glass apologized to his Purdue counterpart and issued a warning to student season-ticket holders about their behavior.
  4. The cheapest ticket to Wednesday's UNC-Duke game is approaching Super Bowl prices, thanks to Zion Williamson. If you're interested in squeezing into Cameron Indoor Stadium to watch the legendary rivalry, it'll cost you at least $2,500.
  5. Kentucky forward Reid Travis did not return to Tuesday night's game against Missouri after spraining his right knee in the second half.
  6. Purdue student Aaron Lai walked nearly 100 miles from West Lafayette to Bloomington in honor of Purdue superfan Tyler Trent, who died in early January from a rare form of bone cancer. The walk raised more than $20,000 for cancer research.
  7. Former Arizona basketball coach Lute Olson was in good condition Monday after suffering a minor stroke over the weekend, the university announced.
  8. Zion Williamson is the overwhelming favorite to be the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft, according to DraftKings.
  9. The traditional rivals meet Wednesday with the Tar Heels hoping to impact the ACC race and more.
  10. Here's your updated source for all the latest on the NCAA tournament bubble.
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