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September 15, 2014 at 6:15 AM

Pac-12 to announce men’s basketball schedule during TV broadcast

0882a9a2c35f9feba1c780b8_700x1180The Pac-12 will announce the 2014-15 men’s basketball conference schedule 7 p.m. tonight on the Pac-12 Networks.

Most teams have released dates and opponents for their nonconference schedules. Tonight’s broadcast is expected to include times and television information for every game this season.

UPSHAW UPDATE

— Coach Lorenzo Romar said he would announce a decision on Robert Upshaw on Monday. However, a school official said the team will wait until Tuesday.

THYBULLE NEARS DECISION

— Eastside Catholic standout Matisse Thybulle returned Sunday from an official visit to Gonzaga. It’s been a whirlwind recently for the 6-7 senior forward who visited California, Oregon and the Zags the past three weeks. He’s also considering Washington and is expected to make a decision this month.

Thybulle is considered a four-star 2015 prospect by Scout and 247Sports while ESPN and Rivals tabs him as a three-star recruit.

MONDAY MORNING LINKS:

Arizona received a verbal commitment from Chance Comanche, a 2015 prospect and four-star 6-foot-10 forward who was considering UCLA, Arizona State, Connecticut and North Carolina.

Oregon received a verbal commitment from Trevor Manuel, a 2015 prospect and four-star 6-9 forward who was considering USC, Florida State, Kansas State, Michigan State, Northwestern and Wake Forest.

— In case you missed it, UCLA incoming freshman Jonah Bolden was ruled academically ineligible by the NCAA. The 6-9 forward from Australia was ruled a partial qualifier, which means he keeps his scholarship and is allowed to practice with the team, but is unable to play in games this season.

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