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2017 Schedule
27-10, 2nd in Big Ten

Best Shooter in the Draft?

Bryan Dee and Dan Needles react to Bronson Koenig's letter in The Players' Tribune to NBA general managers calling himself the best shooter in the draft.

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Dubs to work out six Tuesday

The Warriors, despite not currently having a draft pick, will host six players for their final pre-draft workout Tuesday: Wisconsin G Bronson Koenig, Nebraska G Tai Webster, SMU F Ben Moore and G Sterling Brown, Arizona C Chance Comanche and Florida G Canyon Barry,

Nigel Hayes draft highlights (0:26)

Roy Boone's Summer Pro Am League

Former Badgers G Roy Boone chats with Tony Cartagena about his 2017 Summer Pro Am League, featuring the area's biggest basketball names. Games played at Madison College.


Garding Against Cancer with Greg Gard

Wisconsin men's basketball coach Greg Gard joins Wilde and Tausch with details for an upcoming event that benefits his Garding Against Cancer initiative.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Wisconsin star Bronson Koenig is scheduled to work out for the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday, per league sources. Koenig heads to a workout for the Houston Rockets after the Clippers' workout, sources say. Koenig is Wisconsin's all-time leader in made 3-pointers and the 6-4 combo guard may be on the radar for teams with a late second-round pick. He's had workouts for several NBA teams leading up to the draft.

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20dJeff Goodman

Duke, MSU feature in Big Ten/ACC Challenge

Michigan State vs. Notre Dame and Duke at Indiana are among the high-profile matchups in this year's Big Ten/ACC Challenge.

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Raptors host prospects for workout

Toronto had seven players participate in its pre-draft workout on Wednesday: G Troy Caupain (Cincinnati), F Nigel Hayes (Wisconsin), F Kyle Kuzma (Utah), G Kasey Hill (Florida), C Luke Fischer (Marquette), C Ike Anigbogu (UCLA) and French C Jonathan Jeanne.


Frank Kaminsky, Wisconsin Badgers

Hornets forward and Badgers legend Frank Kaminsky joins Homer and Gabe at Maple Bluff during Andy North And Friends to talk hoops, personality and more.


Welcome to the team, Sam Dekker

Sam Dekker officially announces that he is joining the ESPN Wisconsin team and will make weekly appearances on Wilde and Tausch throughout the summer.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Of the 15 players to be named AP All-American last season, only third-teamers Bonzie Colson (Notre Dame) and Ethan Happ (Wisconsin) return. (Via ESPN Stats and Info)

ESPN Staff  

The six participants for the Bucks' pre-draft workout on Tuesday include North Carolina forward Tony Bradley, BYU forward Eric Mika, Illinois guard Malcolm Hill, Wisconsin forward Vitto Brown, Michigan guard Zak Irvin and forward Paris Bass, who spent the 2016-17 season in the NBA D-League.


Coach Gard with Wilde and Tausch

Wisconsin Men's Head Basketball Coach, Greg Gard, joins Wilde and Tausch to talk about Garding Against Cancer and his off-season plans.

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83dJohn Gasaway

Next season's stars: Ethan Happ

If Ethan Happ returns to Wisconsin for his junior year, he'll be part of a loaded group of upperclassmen in college hoops next season.

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Kansas' Mason unanimous AP All-America pick

Frank Mason III was the only unanimous selection for the AP All-America team, which also includes Josh Hart, Lonzo Ball, Caleb Swanigan and Justin Jackson.


Zak Showalter on Wilde and Tausch

Following his 'belt celebration' during the Badgers Sweet 16 game against Florida, Wisconsin guard Zak Showalter joins Wilde and Tausch in-studio.

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93dChad Ford

NBA draft stock: Happ, Hayes and more

Ethan Happ improved his stock with 21 points, six boards and four assists in Wisconsin's heartbreaking loss to Florida. Did Nigel Hayes do enough to convince scouts he's a first-rounder?

Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

Florida's Chris Chiozza said even if he had been forced to change direction on the buzzer beating shot -- even one step by Wisconsin -- he thinks he still would have gotten off a good look. Still made it? Well, we can all speculate on that one.

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

ICYMI: underdogs went 2-1-1 ATS in Friday's Sweet 16 games (after also going 2-1-1 ATS on Thursday) with South Carolina and Kentucky pulling outright upsets. North Carolina was the only favorite to cover while the push was Florida beating Wisconsin 84-83 in overtime as a 1-point fave. Overall, underdogs are 30-23-2 ATS (56.6 percent) with one game closing pick 'em. Overs are 32-23-1 (58.2 percent).


Gabe Neitzel on the Badgers loss to Florida

ESPN Wisconsin's Gabe Neitzel joins The Tailgate from New York the morning after the Badgers' loss to Florida to talk about the game and where Wisconsin fans can go from here.

Team Stats

Points Per Game72.4197th
Rebounds Per Game37.297th
Assists Per Game13.6163rd
Points Allowed62.413th

Tournament History

Final Fours4
Tournament Record36-21
Championship Seasons1941
Tournament Appearances22