NBA news: NCAA sanctions
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BYU Cougars guard Nick Emery was suspended from the team's next game for punching Utah's Brandon Taylor near the end of the game.
Kansas freshman Cheick Diallo has been cleared to start playing for the Jayhawks on Dec. 1, the NCAA announced Wednesday afternoon.
No. 4 Kansas has suspended junior guard Brannen Greene for six games for unspecified conduct detrimental to the team.
George Mason senior guard Patrick Holloway has been suspended for the team's first six games because of academic issues.
Southern Mississippi says it is self-imposing a postseason ban for the basketball program for a second straight season because of an ongoing NCAA investigation.
UNLV suspended guard Daquan Cook on Tuesday for the non-conference portion of the upcoming season following a DUI arrest.
Wake Forest coach Danny Manning has suspended sophomores Cornelius Hudson and Rondale Watson from the team for violating athletic department rules.
Richmond has suspended shooting guard Josh Jones from all team activities indefinitely.
The NCAA has sanctioned the SMU men's basketball program for multiple violations, including academic fraud and unethical conduct.
Tennessee freshman guard Lamonte Turner has been ruled ineligible for the 2015-16 season. Turner tweeted Monday that he had been ruled ineligible.