Several college basketball programs' fortunes will rise or fall on the play of new faces in 2020-21. Here are the players most under the microscope.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6W 77-55
- 11/10W 66-32
- 11/15W 90-63
- 11/19L 78-70
- 11/22W 74-69
- 11/26L 70-47
- 11/27L 78-72
- 12/1W 74-65
- 12/4W 84-80
- 12/8L 76-56
- 12/15W 67-54
- 12/229W 70-59
- 12/30L 63-56
- 1/7L 81-68
- 1/11L 56-55
- 1/1510W 81-78
- 1/18W 81-67
- 1/2216L 80-67
- 1/25W 90-64
- 1/29W 79-77
- 2/1W 76-54
- 2/5L 84-70
- 2/8W 74-54
- 2/12W 75-59
- 2/15W 63-61
- 2/19L 79-76
- 2/22L 86-80
- 2/26W 94-90
- 2/29L 90-86
- 3/3W 83-71
- 3/7L 83-74
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- Top scorer Lawson returning to South Carolina
- Gamecocks' Martin to chair committee on race
- Gamecocks' Martin tested positive, has recovered
- South Carolina coaches, AD taking 10% pay cut
AJ Lawson is withdrawing from the NBA draft to return to South Carolina for his junior basketball season.
South Carolina's Frank Martin will chair an NABC committee aimed at giving college basketball coaches a voice "to making a difference on the national, regional and local levels" with regard to issues of race and discrimination.
Gamecocks coach Frank Martin revealed that he has recovered after testing positive for COVID-19 before having knee replacement surgery on May 8.
South Carolina football coach Will Muschamp, men's basketball coach Frank Martin, women's basketball coach Dawn Staley, AD Ray Tanner and university president Robert Caslen are among those taking 10% pay cuts.
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South Carolina's A.J. Lawson, who declared for the NBA draft on Sunday, is not hiring an agent and could still return to the Gamecocks for his junior season.
South Carolina guard Jair Bolden is leaving the men's basketball program and will play his final season elsewhere.
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Scotty Pippen Jr. tied a career high with 21 points and Maxwell Evans added 20, leading Vanderbilt to back-to-back wins for the first time since December with an 83-74 victory over South Carolina in a regular-season finale on Saturday.
South Carolina forward Maik Kotsar scored 20 points on his Senior Night and pushed the Gamecocks to an 83-71 win over Mississippi State on Tuesday.
Kira Lewis Jr. scored 25 points and freshman Javian Davis had a season-high 20 to help Alabama rebound from a slow start to beat South Carolina 90-86 on Saturday night.
South Carolina sophomore forward Alanzo Frink obliterated his former career-high with 22 points and Jermaine Couisnard hit five foul shots in overtime to help the Gamecocks rally past Georgia 94-90 on Wednesday night.