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Seth Davis's 5 MINUTE GUIDE
Seth Davis
March 19, 2012
DON'T FEAR THE MADNESS! BRUSH UP ON THE BEST PLAYERS, DEFENDERS, CLUTCH GUYS—AND THE GUYS WHO ARE ANYTHING BUT
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March 19, 2012

Seth Davis's 5 Minute Guide

DON'T FEAR THE MADNESS! BRUSH UP ON THE BEST PLAYERS, DEFENDERS, CLUTCH GUYS—AND THE GUYS WHO ARE ANYTHING BUT

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It's fitting that the nation's best perimeter scorer has the body of a power forward. The 6'7", 220-pound sophomore ranked third in scoring (23.2 ppg) and in three-point shooting (49.5%).

JARED SULLINGER, F, Ohio State

After surprising everyone by returning for his sophomore season, Sullinger dominated the paint, averaging 17.6 points and 9.3 rebounds, and hitting 53.9% of his shots.

SUPPORTING ACTORS

It takes more than a superstar to win a national title—the players who understand their roles and make complementary contributions are just as critical to tournament success. Roll the credits

JEFF WITHEY, C, Kansas

The junior improved his scoring average to 9.3 ppg from just 2.3. That extra offense was a huge reason the Jayhawks were able to win an eighth straight Big 12 regular-season title.

DORON LAMB, G, Kentucky

While he's not as flashy as some of his other teammates, Lamb was the Wildcats' second-leading scorer (13.3 ppg) and the SEC's second-most accurate three-point shooter (45.7%).

ANTOINE YOUNG, G, Creighton

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