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4 college hoops teams OK in Spain attack

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(TSX / STATS) -- U.S college basketball teams Arizona, Clemson, Oregon State and Tulane reported that they are safe after a terror attack in Barcelona, Spain that killed at least 13 and injured at least 50 others on Thursday.

The four programs are touring Spain and were unharmed in the incident in which a van jumped on to a busy Barcelona sidewalk and plowed into tourists and citizens on the street. Police quickly called it a terror attack.

Oregon State coach Wayne Tinkle said the tragedy occurred right in front of where his team was eating a meal. He said everybody in the school's travel party was safe.


Gamecocks suspend G Felder after arrests

(TSX / STATS) -- South Carolina sophomore guard Rakym Felder has been suspended indefinitely after getting arrested twice in a nine-month span.

Gamecocks coach Frank Martin announced the suspension and said Felder won't be attending classes in the fall.


Former Irish star F Tommy Hawkins dies

(TSX / STATS) -- Former NBA player Tommy Hawkins, who was also a college star at Notre Dame, has died. He was 80.

Hawkins, a forward for the Los Angeles Lakers and Cincinnati Royals, died in Malibu, Calif., on Wednesday, according to family members. No cause of death was revealed.


Bagley picks Duke, classifies for '17-18

(TSX / STATS) -- Power forward Marvin Bagley III, rated the nation's No. 1 recruit in the class of 2018, made two big announcements on national television on Monday.

First, he said he has decided to reclassify into the class of 2017, which means he would eligible to play this coming season as a college freshman.


Calhoun mulling comeback at DIII school

(TSX / STATS) -- Longtime University of Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun is considering a comeback at a Division III program, multiple media outlets reported.

The 75-year-old Calhoun, who stepped down from UConn in 2012 after 26 years and three national titles, told USA Today he is acting as an unpaid adviser to the University of St. Joseph, which is located in West Hartford, Conn., and plans to start a men's basketball program.


Duke lands top PG recruit Tre Jones

(TSX / STATS) -- Tre Jones, the highly regarded brother of former Duke standout Tyus Jones, is following his brother's lead.

Tre Jones announced Sunday in a video posted on Twitter that he will play his college basketball at Duke, becoming the first member of the Blue Devils' 2018-19 class.


Coach K to have total knee replacement

(TSX / STATS) -- Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski will undergo total right knee replacement surgery this weekend, the school announced Thursday.

Krzyzewski will undergo the procedure at Duke University Hospital. The 70-year-old will likely spend three days in the hospital before being released.

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