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MEN’S  HOOPS   FRESH LINKS • July 11, 2016
 
Odessa College guard Evan Taylor signs with the Huskers.
A month after withdrawing from the NBA draft, Andrew White has decided to transfer elsewhere* for his senior season.* | Commentary: Barfknecht,* Shatel,* Sipple* | Discuss
Does Tyronn Lue belong in Nebraska basketball's immortals*?
Former Huskers making* hoops headlines overseas*.
Nebraska's lineup of Big Ten opponents for 2016-17 is announced.
Eikmeier begins* coaching career under old mentor Tim Miles.
Huskers No. 11 nationally in attendance*.
Former Huskers assistant* coach Smith will bring South Dakota to visit.
Farokhmanesh promoted to Director of Player Relations* and will stay with* Huskers.
Nebraska basketball still has miles to go.
Andrew White explains his decision to stay* and says the NBA process provided a blueprint of what to work on in the coming season.
Andrew White has withdrawn* his name from the 2016 NBA draft* and will return to the Huskers for the 2016-17 season.
Andrew White is going down to the wire* with his stay-or-go decision.
Nebraska will play at Clemson* in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.
Six-foot-11* center Jordy Tshimanga announces his commitment to NU.
Hammond transferring* to Central Oklahoma.
Tshimanga expects to make decision soon* on playing* for Huskers.
White continues workouts, takes time* with NBA decision.
Miles rides with the Blue Angels.
Lewis ready to step out* of his comfort zone*.
Butler assistant coach Michael Lewis is expected to be hired to fill the vacancy on Tim Miles' staff.
Miami transfer guard James Palmer* commits to the Huskers.

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