Best college basketball team that never was? You decide

Now that we've established the best college basketball teams that never were in the NBA draft's one-and-done era, it's time to settle the score. What better way to determine it than with a bracket?

The teams have been seeded one through eight using win shares from their respective players' college careers. So who's the champ? You decide. Check back throughout the week for the semifinal and final rounds.

No. 1 seed Kentucky (2010-2012) vs. No. 8 seed North Carolina (2010-2012)


DeMarcus Cousins
John Wall
Brandon Knight
Anthony Davis
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist

North Carolina

Harrison Barnes
Ed Davis
Kendall Marshall
Tyler Zeller
John Henson

No. 4 seed UCLA (2008-2009) vs. No. 5 seed Kentucky (2014-2016)


Russell Westbrook
Kevin Love
Jrue Holiday
Darren Collison
Alfred Aboya


Karl-Anthony Towns
Julius Randle
James Young
Devin Booker
Jamal Murray

No. 3 seed Duke (2014-2016) vs. No. 6 seed Ohio State (2007-2009)


Jabari Parker
Jahlil Okafor
Justise Winslow
Tyus Jones
Brandon Ingram

Ohio State

Daequan Cook
Greg Oden
Mike Conley Jr.
Kosta Koufos
B.J. Mullens

No. 2 seed Texas (2006-2007) vs. No. 7 seed Memphis (2008-2010)


Kevin Durant
LaMarcus Aldridge
D.J. Augustin
Connor Atchley
A.J. Abrams


Derrick Rose
Tyreke Evans
Elliot Williams
Doneal Mack
Willie Kemp