Biography: Hansbrough showed improvements in nearly every area of his game en route to winning the Big East's player of the year award, but he might have to wait until at least the second round of this year's draft to become the second member of his family in the NBA. The brother of Indiana Pacers forward Tyler Hansbrough averaged 18.4 points and shot 43.5 percent from 3-point range for Notre Dame last season. Those numbers jumped from 12.0 points and 41.4 percent from beyond the arc in his first eligible season in South Bend in 2009-10, when he was the third scoring option behind All-American Luke Harangody and Tim Abromaitis. The Poplar Bluff, Mo., native originally enrolled at Mississippi State but felt he didn't fit in with the Bulldogs. Over his two seasons in Starkville, he averaged 8.8 points and shot 38.0 percent from 3-point range. In addition to his obvious shooting ability, Hansbrough possesses adequate size for a guard, but there are questions about his quickness and athleticism if he has to run the point. He also might need to work on his ballhandling after posting a 1.79 assist-to-turnover ratio this past season, which would have put him in a tie for 60th in the NBA. Hansbrough, though, showed leadership abilities by leading Notre Dame to a surprising second-place finish in the Big East. That might be enough for one team to take a chance.