John Gasaway ranks teams that have the best shot of winning a national title next season. Louisville, despite the loss of Peyton Siva and Gorgui Dieng, returns enough talent to challenge for a repeat championship.
John Gasaway writes that while the common narrative this college basketball season has been that there are "no great teams," Duke's performance with Ryan Kelly suggests that the Blue Devils may defy that argument by season's end.
John Gasaway examines the 2012-13 edition of the Kentucky Wildcats to see how it stacks up to previous teams John Calipari has fielded in Lexington. While the experience may be lacking, the incoming talent is second only to last season's squad.
After missing out on the NCAA tournament this season, the Arizona Wildcats and Tennessee Volunteers should expect next year to be different. ESPN Insider John Gasaway writes that they will be part of March Madness in 2013.
After all that has been said about Kentucky's Anthony Davis, there's still more to know about the superb freshman. Davis is even better than his raw numbers would suggest, placing him among UK's all-time greats.
John Gasaway examines the impact the potential loss of PG Kendall Marshall will have on the North Carolina Tar Heels. With an abundance of talent and a potent defense, don't write off the Heels' title hopes yet.
ESPN Insider John Gasaway takes a swing at conventional wisdom, writing that "slowing down the tempo" isn't a solution for knocking off the Kentucky Wildcats. If a team wants any chance to win, it needs to speed it up and spread it out.
John Gasaway examines a couple of modern greats in Kemba Walker and Jimmer Fredette to see if they outperformed some past legends. Turns out, whether it's the '80s, '90s or today, the game's best players compare quite closely.