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2018 Schedule
8th in SEC
Experienced UGA team looking to build on last season (1:58)
Fox confident in team's growth (3:04)

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 100 Landers Nolley confirms he has decommitted from Georgia -- about 18 hours after committing to the Bulldogs.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Top 100 prospect Will Richardson tells ESPN he is heading out west to make his official visit to Oregon this weekend. He has already visited Georgia and also plans to visit Florida, Gonzaga and Ohio State. In a deep class of point guards Richardson has seen his stock soar due to his scoring and facilitating instincts with size at 6'4".

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

PG Will Richardson tells ESPN that he will make official visits to Georgia Sept 15-17, Oregon Sept 29-Oct 1, and Gonzaga Oct 13-15. Other schools involved Florida, Miami and Ohio State. The ESPN 100 prospect had a fantastic summer period. A left-handed PG at 6'4" who owns a legitimate three point shot and natural playmaking ability.

'It's going to be a historical year for the SEC' (3:58)

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Top 100 prospect Will Richardson tells Espn that he is hearing from Georgia, Georgia Tech, Auburn, Alabama, Miami and Virginia. Big PG with instincts to score and facilitate.

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125dMyron Medcalf

Who has the best job in Georgia?

Josh Pastner and Mark Fox have each improved their respective programs in a state known for football. Which school is tabbed as the best basketball job in the state?

McGarity previews UGA basketball, football (2:12)
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Georgia's Maten returning for senior season

Georgia forward Yante Maten, who ranked fourth in the SEC in scoring last season, will return for his senior season after applying for early entry to the NBA draft last month, coach Mark Fox said Tuesday night.

ESPN staff  

Six more players will be working out for the Lakers on Tuesday: Arizona guard Kadeem Allen, Pittsburgh forward Jamel Artis, Clemson center Sidy Djitte, Georgia guard J.J. Frazier, Washington State forward Josh Hawkinson and Georgetown guard L.J. Peak.

ESPN staff  

The Nuggets had six players attend their pre-draft workout on Monday: Colorado State guard Gian Clavell, Colorado State Pueblo forward/center Nelson Kahler, Colorado guard George King, Georgia forward Yante Maten, BYU forward Eric Mika and Eastern Washington forward Jacob Wiley. Denver owns the 13th, 49th and 51st selections in this year's draft.

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152dJeff Goodman

Don't sleep on Georgia next season

Georgia loses J.J.Frazier, but the Bulldogs will return one of the nation's top big men in senior Yante Maten. The Bulldogs also add talented freshman wing Rayshaun Hammonds.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Five-star 2018 guard Khavon Moore mentioned Providence, Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Oklahoma as schools recruiting him the hardest.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

The Broncos moved up to pick No. 172, from No. 175, to select Georgia wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie. McKenzie is another possible returner who had six return touchdowns in his college career -- five on punts and one kickoff.

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Georgia F Maten submits name for NBA draft

Georgia forward Yante Maten says he is submitting his name for the NBA draft while protecting his option to return for his senior season.

SEC basketball in review (3:47)
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Vote: Which team is the biggest NCAA tournament snub?

According to Strength of Record, Illinois State is the biggest snub. If you ask BPI, it's Syracuse. What about Indiana, which knocked off No. 1 seeds Kansas and UNC? Let your voice be heard. Vote now!

SEC teams to look for in NIT (1:24)

ESPN Stats and Information  

Based on our Strength of Record metric, Illinois State is the most deserving team left out of the NCAA tournament. No other team's SOR measures high enough to warrant an at-large bid. Notably absent from the five most deserving teams left out are Syracuse (SOR: 56) and Indiana (SOR: 58).

Kentucky takes step forward in win (1:58)

Team Stats

Points Per Game71.6215th
Rebounds Per Game37.0104th
Assists Per Game12.6234th
Points Allowed70.4124th

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Tournament History

Final Fours1
Tournament Record7-12
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances12