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A KENTUCKY DERBY
SETH DAVIS
February 20, 2012
There are still three-plus weeks remaining until Selection Sunday, but many of the races for postseason awards have become clear and they have a distinctive, Wildcat-blue hue
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February 20, 2012

A Kentucky Derby

There are still three-plus weeks remaining until Selection Sunday, but many of the races for postseason awards have become clear and they have a distinctive, Wildcat-blue hue

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ANTHONY DAVIS KENTUCKY, FORWARD

Nobody dominates a game defensively like the 6'10" Davis (top), who leads the nation in blocks (4.9 per game) and is the SEC's second-leading rebounder (9.9). Davis has also become a scoring threat, averaging 17.4 points over his last five games.

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ISAIAH CANAAN MURRAY STATE, GUARD

Canaan has been the catalyst for the Racers' storybook 24--1 season. No other guard in the country can change a game so dramatically with his scoring. He's fourth nationally in three-point shooting (48.1%) and 20th in scoring (19.6). He is also third in the Ohio Valley Conference in assists (3.8).

DRAYMOND GREEN MICHIGAN STATE, FORWARD

Green is the most versatile frontcourt player in America. He leads the Spartans in scoring, rebounding and steals and is second in assists. He also brings the leadership and charisma that Michigan State once got from Magic Johnson and Mateen Cleaves, who both won national titles in East Lansing.

THOMAS ROBINSON KANSAS, FORWARD

T-Rob has been a paragon of consistency this season. Robinson (middle) is the nation's second-leading rebounder (12.1) and ranks second in the Big 12 in both scoring (18.1) and field goal percentage (54.9).

JARED SULLINGER OHIO STATE, FORWARD

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