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Thames' second-highest mmogo
« on: June 12, 2017, 10:41:17 AM »
Thames' second-highest total of the season, but his effort was nothing new for those who have been paying attention to the Aztecs all season. Thames is NFL 18 Coins the nucleus of a long, athletic team that struggles to score in the halfcourt without the senior point guard. He'll have to be on his game if Steve Fisher's team can knock off No. 1 Arizona, which looks like the best team on the right side of the bracket through the first two rounds.6.

Will Zach LaVine have a breakout game?NBA Draft scouts love Zach LaVine's talent, and it's easy to see why. The UCLA freshman has dunk contest-worthy athleticism, a pure stroke from three-point range and is comfortable creating his own shot off the bounce. The problem for UCLA is LaVine's talent has yet to equal production.LaVine has only six points in his last three games combined.

Still, he's a great candidate for a breakout performance in the tournament. If he can do it against Florida's incredible defense, he's bound to rise up draft boards very quickly.7. Will the Shabazz show continue?Shabazz Napier is the most exciting player in college basketball, and has been all season. The entire country got to witness the individual scoring brilliance of

Napier in the Round of 32 when he popped off for 25 points in Cheap MUT 18 Coins 25 minutes against No. 2 Villanova. Napier will have his hands full with DeAndre Kane on Friday, his much bigger counterpart at point guard for Iowa State. Whatever. Napier has slayed bigger and better opponents all throughout his incredible college career.If UConn is only going as far as Shabazz will take it, the Huskies have to like their chances.(Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)8.