John Gasaway, ESPN Insider writes well, if the NCAA can do it, we can too. Here are the top 25 players at the Final Four. Taking a page from MOP selection protocol, these rankings are based on tournament performance alone.
Pete Thamel, Yahoo Sports writes when Mikal Bridges arrived at Villanova, he struggled to bench press 135 pounds. His right elbow jutted out like a chicken wing on his jumper, a gawky motion that twinned with his gangly 6-foot-7 body. His lithe, 185-pound frame made schools skeptical of his potential, as his recruiting ranking hovered on the fringes of the top 100.
Adam Rittenberg, ESPN writers Michigan State forward Miles Bridges is entering the NBA draft and has hired an agent, he announced on Twitter on Wednesday morning.
Jeff Goodman, ESPN Insider writes, f you want clear evidence that Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski is beating Kentucky’s John Calipari at his own game, all you have to do is watch Wednesday’s McDonald’s All American Game.
George Henry write Cameron Reddish has known since ninth grade, when Penn State offered him a full scholarship, that he was a special basketball talent.
Aaaron Beard writes Duke’s Marvin Bagley III, Arizona’s Deandre Ayton and Oklahoma’s Trae Young are certain high NBA draft picks, one of them could easily be the top overall selection.
Jeff Borzello, ESPN writes Loyola (Maryland) has hired Georgia Tech assistant Tavaras Hardy as its next head basketball coach, the school announced Wednesday.
For the second straight year, Michigan is your Big Ten Tournament Champion. For the second straight year, the Wolverines’ miraculous four-day run through the tournament included avenging earlier losses to the Boilermakers by Daniel Allweiss.
Johnny Grassi writes the unexpected happened this March Madness, as Virginia, Xavier, Michigan State, Arizona, and North Carolina all crumbled early and left the nation bewildered.

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