Michael Porter Jr.'s talent is clear, but his injury history makes him a risky pick at No. 2 for the reeling Sacramento Kings.
by: Mark Giannotto, Memphis Commercial Appeal — The Commercial Appeal 18 Jun
Memphis quietly agreed to a five-year contract extension with Nike in November.
by: Mark Giannotto, Memphis Commercial Appeal — The Commercial Appeal 17 Jun
Our Memphis sports Mount Rushmore would be Larry Finch, Penny Hardaway, DeAngelo Williams and Zach Randolph
by: Evan Barnes, Memphis Commercial Appeal — The Commercial Appeal 16 Jun
Memphis alum and Carolina Panthers defensive tackle Dontari Poe adds entrepreneur camp to third annual football camp in Memphis
by: AP — USA Today 17h
Penny Hardaway has finalized his coaching staff at Memphis by hiring veteran NBA coach Sam Mitchell.
by: Mark Giannotto, Memphis Commercial Appeal — The Commercial Appeal 14 Jun
Jason Motte will serve as the Tigers' director of player development.
by: N/A — NCAA: Memphis Tigers 14 Jun
Ex-NBA Coach of the Year Sam Mitchell is Tiger coach Penny Hardaway's third assistant.
by: Scott Phillips — NBC Sports: College Basketball Talk 13 Jun
The Kentucky men’s basketball team had the opportunity to hang out with Triple Crown winner Justify.
by: Matthew Bain, Des Moines Register — The Des Moines Register 13 Jun
The Register's Matthew Bain answers your questions in his weekly Iowa State recruiting mailbag.
by: The Commercial Appeal — The Commercial Appeal 13 Jun
Memphis basketball coach Penny Hardaway offers his thoughts on how offseason workouts are going during a media appearance at his camp.
by: Rob Dauster — NBC Sports: College Basketball Talk 12 Jun
These are guaranteed value picks.
by: LSUsports.net — Yahoo Sports 12 Jun
BATON ROUGE The contracts have been received and posted for LSU's non-conference schedule for the 2018-19 men's basketball season and the Tigers will face a schedule in which they face a minimum of five teams that played in the post-season and six teams..
by: Evan Barnes, The Commercial Appeal — The Commercial Appeal 12 Jun
Tigers defensive coordinator Chris Ball praised the work ethic of his defense as well as how it intends to improve its pass rush for 2018.