Nebraska returns its leading scorer from last season in James Palmer Jr., who withdraws from the NBA Draft intent on helping the Huskers to the NCAA Tournament.
Nebraska will welcome Seton Hall to Lincoln for the first time in school history as the Big Ten and Big East conferences announced the pairings for the 2018 Gavitt Tipoff Games on Tuesday.
Nebraska Men's Basketball Coach Tim Miles announced on Monday that Amir Harris has signed a National Letter-of-Intent with the University of Nebraska for the 2018-19 campaign.
New Nebraska assistant coach Armon Gates saw Northwestern through its NCAA Tournament breakthrough -- and subsequent struggles -- and knows importance of keeping a team levelheaded and grounded.
Lincoln – Nebraska men's basketball coach Tim Miles announced the hiring of Armon Gates as an assistant coach on Monday.
University of Nebraska men's basketball coach Tim Miles announced Monday morning that Dachon Burke has joined the Husker basketball program after transferring from Robert Morris.
James Palmer Jr. was selected by a vote of his teammates as the Jack Moore Award winner for the 2017-18 season at the Huskers' season-ending banquet.
Home games against defending Big Ten regular-season champion Michigan State and Sweet 16 qualifier Purdue highlight the Huskers 2018-19 conference home schedule, as the Big Ten announced its pairings for the upcoming season on Thursday.
Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos announced Tuesday a one-year contract extension for Head Men's Basketball Coach Tim Miles. With the addition of a year to his current deal, Miles is now under contract at Nebraska through the 2020-21 season.
University of Nebraska Men's Basketball Coach Tim Miles announced Wednesday that Karrington Davis has signed a National Letter-of-Intent to play basketball for the Huskers beginning next season.
The 2017-18 season was a historic one for the Husker basketball program. Under sixth-year Head Coach Tim Miles, Nebraska enjoyed one of the most improved seasons in school history and returned to postseason play for the first time in four years.
Nebraska guard James Palmer Jr. and forward Isaac Copeland Jr. have announced their intentions to declare for the 2018 NBA Draft, but will not hire an agent, maintaining their college eligibility.