As Selection Sunday approaches, it helps to have a player who can simply take control of a game in a crucial spot. Kansas' Josh Jackson, Kentucky's Malik Monk and Gonzaga's Nigel Williams-Goss can do just that.
Call it the Kemba Walker question: Who can get hot for six games and win a title all by himself, like Walker did for UConn in 2011? There are plenty of candidates. The first choice? Look west.
Kansas made some amazing plays en route to overcoming a late 14-point deficit to top West Virginia in overtime