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4 college hoops teams OK in Spain attack

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Men's basketball teams from several U.S. universities, including Oregon State, Clemson and Arizona, were in Barcelona, Spain, when a van drove into pedestrians Thursday in a historic district popular with tourists but school officials said the players and staff were safe.

Oregon State coach Wayne Tinkle posted a somber video to social media that conveyed the gravity of what had taken place just outside the Beavers' team hotel. Players were sharing a meal before an exhibition game when the incident occurred, about 5 p.m. local time, he said.

"People, mad scramble, a car/van driving through," Tinkle said. "Literally looking out the window, we won't show you the pictures, but some horrific sights."

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Hearing over, UNC awaits NCAA's ruling

North Carolina has wrapped up a two-day hearing with an NCAA infractions committee panel that will decide whether the school faces penalties tied to its multi-year academic scandal.

Now the case goes into yet another holding pattern.

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Gamecocks' Felder suspended indefinitely

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) South Carolina guard Rakym Felder has been suspended indefinitely and won't attend classes this fall, another blow to a thinning Gamecock backcourt that reached the Final Four this past April.

Felder's status was announced by coach Frank Martin on Wednesday.

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First black ND All-American Hawkins dies

LOS ANGELES (AP) Tommy Hawkins, the first black basketball player to earn All-America honors at Notre Dame and who played for the Los Angeles Lakers during a 10-year NBA career, died Wednesday. He was 80.

Hawkins died in his sleep at home in Malibu, son Kevin told The Associated Press. He had been in good health and had lay down to rest, his oldest son said.

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AAC tourney to be at North Texas in 2020

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) The American Athletic Conference will hold its men's basketball tournament in a new arena in North Texas in 2020.

AAC Commissioner Mike Aresco announced Wednesday that Dickies Arena in Fort Worth has been selected to host the tournament for three years, starting in March 2020. That is only four months after the facility is scheduled to open.

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Bagley picks Duke, classifies for '17-18

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) Duke has signed top high school prospect Marvin Bagley III and says he will enroll for the Fall 2017 semester.

Team spokesman Cory Walton said Bagley signed his financial aid agreement Tuesday, one day after a nationally televised ceremony during which he committed to the Blue Devils.

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Cal AD Williams to step down in May

BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) Mike Williams will step down as athletic director at California when his current contract expires next May.

Williams told Chancellor Carol Christ on Tuesday that he will not seek a new contract to remain in his current position. Williams took over as interim athletic director from Sandy Barbour in July 2014 and then was given a three-year contract the following May.

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