4. Eddie Basden
The 6'5" Basden has the size and savvy to disrupt Brown. Not only could he force Brown into turning the ball over (at week's end Basden was third in the nation in steals, with 3.3 per game), but he could also land Brown in foul trouble with his offense. Basden has hit 41.7% of his three-pointers and was averaging 16.0 points, 8.4 rebounds and 3.7 assists.
5. Rajon Rondo
Rondo may be a freshman, but he has started every game for the Wildcats and is an efficient floor leader with a nose for the ball. Rondo doesn't score a ton (8.1 points per game), but he has a quick first step and excellent court awareness. Just as Brown feeds off Deron Williams, Rondo benefits from playing alongside another scoring point guard, Patrick Sparks.