UNLV’s Jordan Cornish has decommited from Cal men’s basketball

Update 4/29/16: Jordan Cornish has announced he is decommiting from Cal and is officially reopening his recruitment. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Cornish made this decision because of personal reasons, while Scout.com claimed it was because of academics. The announcement came after the Bears had formally announced the signing of Columbia graduate
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Cal men’s basketball adds Grant Mullins for 2016-17 season

The Cal men’s basketball team has added another face to its 2016-17 squad with the signing of graduate transfer Grant Mullins. Mullins, a 6-foot-3-inch and 175-pound guard from Columbia, will be eligible to play this coming season. The Bears beat out schools including Syracuse and Michigan. Mullins averaged 13.3 points,
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Jaylen Brown officially declares for 2016 NBA Draft

Jaylen Brown has officially declared for the 2016 NBA Draft. On Thursday, the 6-foot-7-inch forward announced he has decided to forego his three remaining years of eligibility as he plans to sign an agent. “It’s a decision that’s going to change everything. I wanted to make sure I was informed and
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Cal men’s basketball signs Don Coleman

The Cal men’s basketball team has added yet another player to its squad, when it was revealed that guard Don Coleman joined the program. The Bears had also announced that transfer guard Jordan Cornish was joining the squad from UNLV on Monday. Coleman, at 6 feet and 4 inches, has
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Soul search: what was and what could have been

When Jaylen Brown committed to Cal last May, fans envisioned an ultra-athletic trio of him, Ivan Rabb and Tyrone Wallace running teams off the floor and torturing defenses in an unstoppable pick-and-roll symphony: If you collapsed on Rabb’s roll to the basket, Brown would flash from the weak side for
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