Age might not matter in the early rounds of the NCAA tournament, but it's certainly a factor for teams in contention for the Final Four. That's bad news for the No. 1-overall-seeded Ohio State Buckeyes, the youngest of the four top seeds.
Whether they're on the court or riding the pine, Coach K's Blue Devils keep on chattering and winning. Kyle Singler, Nolan Smith and Kyrie Irving explain what on-court communication means to Duke basketball.
The Summer Buzz series heads to Chapel Hill to check in with Roy Williams and his young Tar Heels, plus analysis from Jay Bilas, Doug Gottlieb, Fran Fraschilla and Joe Lunardi on UNC's 2010-11 outlook.
When the NCAA tourney begins, DeMarcus Cousins, Kyle Singler, Kalin Lucas, Darington Hobson and Frank Martin will all have something in common: They'll need to change the public's perception in order to reach lofty heights.
The D.R.A.F.T. Initiative examines the track record of colleges in producing NBA talent and finds that Wake Forest alums have thrived, Duke products deserve far more credit and Louisville and Memphis leave much to be desired.
If history is an indicator, a Wake Forest pedigree bodes well for James Johnson and Jeff Teague in the NBA and Gerald Henderson should be aided by his Duke background. But Louisville's Terrence Williams and Earl Clark should be worried.