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  1. Men's college basketball: Derrick Williams is leading the Arizona...

    Matt Giles

    Matt Giles uses John Hollinger's PER statistic to highlight Derrick Williams, Terrence Jones, Dwight Hardy and Jared Sullinger as stars who should shine bright in the NCAA tournament.

    Story | Conversation | March 10, 2011
  2. Men's college basketball: Harrison Barnes may be turning the corn...

    Matt Giles

    Matt Giles uses John Hollinger's PER statistic to highlight Harrison Barnes' recent play, Jacob Pullen's offensive prowess and the impact of Chris Wright's absence on the Georgetown Hoyas.

    Story | Conversation | March 03, 2011
  3. Men's college basketball: Norris Cole and Kyle Weems are names to...

    Matt Giles

    Remember when you heard about Jimmer Fredette for the first time? How about Kenneth Faried? Matt Giles uses John Hollinger's PER statistic to point out several key mid-major players you'll want to know before filling out your brackets.

    Story | Conversation | February 24, 2011
  4. Men's college basketball: Nolan Smith of the Duke Blue Devils bec...

    Matt Giles

    Matt Giles takes John Hollinger's PER statistic and applies it to the college game using ESPN.com's archive of college PER stats. Kenneth Faried currently leads the nation in efficiency, while Duke's Nolan Smith has developed into more of a playmaker.

    Story | Conversation | February 17, 2011
  5. Men's college basketball: Derrick Williams, Arsalan Kazemi and Ji...

    Matt Giles

    Matt Giles takes John Hollinger's PER statistic and applies it to the college game using ESPN.com's archive of college PER stats. Derrick Williams, Jared Sullinger and Jimmer Fredette are among the top three players in America when viewed this way.

    Story | Conversation | February 10, 2011
  6. Men's college basketball: Kemba Walker, Marcus Morris, Arsalan Ka...

    Matt Giles

    Matt Giles takes the John Hollinger PER statistic and applies it to the college game using ESPN.com's archive of college PER stats. Derrick Williams is the best player in America when evaluated this way, but the numbers say a lot about Kemba Walker, too.

    Story | Conversation | February 03, 2011