Seton Hall ha il dominatore dei tabelloni Angel Delgado e una difesa non facile da superare. Al Torneo servirà il salto di qualità di Desi Rodriguez.
The Gamecocks are still a top team in the SEC. Their defense is great but their offense relies on the talent of Sindarius Thornwell and PJ Dozier.
A tough defensive team playing hard against anyone. The Gators will be limited by injuries, preventing them from going on a real run.
Xavier had a tough second half of the season, riddle by injuries, losses and shooting inefficiency. Their tournament will be over soon.
Maryland had a great first half of the season, but is now falling apart and the Ncaa tournament is just behind the corner.
Down three seniors, 4 freshmen carrying the weight and an injury riddled season for the Spartans. But there is a danger in underestimating Izzo.
The Lonzo Ball Effect turned UCLA into the best offense in Division I with realistic title aspirations and saved Steve Alford’s bench.
Caleb Swanigan is the double-double king and the Boilermakers have the size and talent to be a tough opponent for anyone.
An up and down season for one of the best teams in the A-10. The Flyers, led by Charles Cooke, will look for the upset in the first round.
Princeton had a rough start of the season before dominating the Ivy League to overcome Harvard and Yale for a spot in the Ncaa tournament.
One of the most interesting teams in the Big Ten, with a deep roster and good size overall, reached the Ncaa tournament for the first time in history.
The BlueJays were rolling until Maurice Watson injury crushed their hopes. But in the Big East tournament they looked like they were back on track.
Pitino Jr proved he can get away from his father’s shadow. Minnesota had a great season and reached the tournament to be a player.
Oregon has the best roster in the university history and is a serious candidate for the Final Four. Will the Ducks make it?
Young, fast, they know what it takes to win big games and are efficient from beyond the arc. Nevada could be the 2017 Ncaa tournament Cinderella.
North Carolina Central, led by Patrick Cole, dominated the MEAC. Getting a ticket to the Big Dance is more than what they could have asked for.
The Aggies could not get an invitation last year, but new head coach Paul Weir led them to the tournament. Will they be able to win a game?
The win in the Pac 12 conference made them a title contender, but inexperience could derail their ambitions in the tournament.
Bonzie Colson has been playing the best basketball of his life and Notre Dame was trouble for everyone in the ACC, top teams included.
No team wants to play the Mountaineers’ full court press, as usual.But someone will have to deal with their nightmarish defense.