Arizona's Sean Miller adds international flavor to roster

Filling the gaps left by three potential first-round NBA picks, Miller signed a 2020 class that features six international and one U.S.-born player. ''We set out as far back as a couple of years to mix it in and make it a part of what we do,'' Miller said during a video call this week. Arizona has consistently had top-10 recruiting classes under Miller, except for 2018, when an FBI investigation into shady recruiting practices swirled around the program.

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Mike Miller leaves Memphis coaching staff to focus on family

Mike Miller is leaving Memphis coach Penny Hardaway's staff after two seasons, saying he needs to spend more time with his family. ''As much as I've loved this job and had a blast being part of the special program Coach is building, the past few months have made me realize that it's time for me to spend more time focused on family and wherever the journey will take me next,'' Miller wrote. The former NBA player quickly joined Hardaway's staff after Memphis hired Hardaway in March 2018.

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Michigan Basketball's Roster Well-Equipped For 'Positionless Basketball'

Michigan basketball's roster has been a hot topic for some time. Toward the end of last season, many wondered how head coach Juwan Howard and Co. would whittle the numbers down to an even 13 scholarship players. After a decommitment (five-star Isaiah Todd), transfers out (Colin Castleton and David DeJulius) and transfers in (Chaundee Brown and Nojel Eastern), the Wolverines are finally at the magic number 13 — if rising senior forward Isaiah Livers chooses to withdraw from the NBA Draft and return to school for his final season.

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Why Moton was right to call out fellow coaches for being silent

Yahoo Sports' Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel and SI's Pat Forde discuss the comments by the North Carolina Central men's basketball head coach that his colleagues need to do more and speak out about violence against the African-American community. Subscribe to the Yahoo Sports College Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.

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Pat Forde: 'The scariest thing out there for athletic admin is an angry black coach.'

Yahoo Sports' Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel and SI's Pat Forde dive into the racism surrounding the hiring and firing of college coaches following the tragic death of George Floyd and the subsequent protests. Subscribe to the Yahoo Sports College Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.

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College Podcast: On the George Floyd protests and LeVelle Moton’s comments

Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel and SI’s Pat Forde voice their concerns on this podcast following the death of George Floyd and the subsequent protests over the weekend.  North Carolina Central basketball coach LeVelle Moton went on ESPN to share his powerful thoughts on the matter, imploring powerful white coaches to stand up and speak out. How can collegiate athletics lead the way towards change?

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