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  1. Ex-Baylor star Austin: NBA offered job too
    With a job offer from Adam Silver, the NBA will take its affiliation with Isaiah Austin further than the ceremonial pick extended in the past month's draft if all goes according to plan.
  2. Big 12 chief rips NCAA, says 'cheating pays'
    Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby says "cheating pays" in the NCAA these days and doesn't foresee things getting much better in the future.
  3. Source: Mudiay signs deal to play in China
    Point guard Emmanuel Mudiay will play in China during the upcoming season, according to multiple media outlets.
  4. Source: Mudiay signs deal to play in China
    Point guard Emmanuel Mudiay will play in China during the upcoming season, according to multiple media outlets.
  5. Creighton's Chatman set for thumb surgery
    Creighton point guard Austin Chatman will have surgery to repair a ligament in his right thumb and is expected to be fully recovered before the season.
  6. Wake Forest adds Greece's Mitoglou to roster
    Wake Forest has added Greek forward Konstantinos Mitoglou to its basketball roster.
  7. Florida loses Walker to season-ending injury
    Florida guard DeVon Walker is expected to miss next season because of a knee injury.
  8. Source: Kentucky among 4 in Miami event
    The Hall of Fame will debut a new event in Miami in 2015 in which Kentucky will play South Florida and Memphis will face Ohio State, an industry source told ESPN.
  9. NCAA to vote on changes to governing body
    The NCAA's board of directors will vote Aug. 7 on a modified proposal to change how the governing body works.
  10. Oklahoma AD will chair basketball committee
    Oklahoma athletic director Joe Castiglione will chair the NCAA Division I men's basketball committee for the 2015-16 school year.

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