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2012 NCAA Player Pool

Thu, 03/15/2012 - 10:29pm

The 2012 NCAA Player Pool is sure to be an experience of competitive wills. We gathered some of NBADraft.net and HoopsDaily.com's top basketball minds to select 64 players with a draft pool of all 68 NCAA Tournament teams. The point of the game is to pick the highest group of 8 scorers on your squad with the impending stress being similar to a bracket. Without further adieu, I will breakdown the results of Wednesday's draft:

Player Pool Draft

Round 1

Harrison BarnesHarrison Barnes1. Tyler: Harrison Barnes, North Carolina
2. Seth: Anthony Davis, Kentucky
3. Adam: Jared Sullinger, Ohio State
4. McDunkin: Jeremy Lamb, Connecticut
5. Jonathan: Thomas Robinson, Kansas
6. Aran: Tyler Zeller, North Carolina
7. Eric: Draymond Green, Michigan State
8. Mike: William Buford, Ohio State

Round 2
9. Mike: Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Kentucky
10. Eric: Terrence Jones, Kentucky
11. Aran: Doron Lamb, Kentucky
12. Jonathan: Marcus Denmon, Missouri
13. McDunkin: Kevin Jones, West Virginia
14. Adam: Perry Jones, Baylor
15. Seth: DeShaun Thomas, Ohio State
16. Tyler: Darius Johnson-Odom, Marquette

Round 3
17. Tyler: Austin Rivers, Duke
18. Seth: Kendall Marshall, North Carolina
19. Adam: Kim English, Missouri
20. McDunkin: Michael Snaer, Florida State
21. Jonathan: Isaiah Canaan, Murray State
22. Aran: John Jenkins, Vanderbilt
23. Eric: Jeff Taylor, Vanderbilt
24. Mike: Ricardo Ratliffe, Missouri

Round 4
25. Mike: Tyshawn Taylor, Kansas
26. Eric: Tim Hardaway, Michigan
27. Aran: Michael Dixon, Missouri
28. Jonathan: Trey Burke, Michigan
29. McDunkin: Dion Waiters, Syracuse
30. Adam: Keith Appling, Michigan State
31. Seth: Darius Miller, Kentucky
32. Tyler: Kris Joseph, Syracuse

Round 5
33. Tyler: John Henson, North Carolina
34. Seth: Aaron Craft, Ohio State
35. Adam: CJ Fair, Syracuse
36. McDunkin: Seth Curry, Duke
37. Jonathan: CJ Leslie, North Carolina State
38. Aran: Marquis Teague, Kentucky
39. Eric: Cody Zeller, Indiana
40. Mike: Jae Crowder, Marquette

Round 6
41. Mike: Jordan Taylor, Wisconsin
42. Eric: Mike Moser, UNLV
43. Aran: Reggie Bullock, North Carolina
44. Jonathan: J'Covan Brown, Texas
45. McDunkin: Will Barton, Memphis
46. Adam: Ian Miller, Florida State
47. Seth: Casper Ware, Long Beach State
48. Tyler: Tu Holloway, Xavier

Round 7
49. Tyler: Ryan Evans, Wisconsin
50. Seth: Pierre Jackson, Baylor
51. Adam: Rodney McGruder, Kansas State
52. McDunkin: Hollis Thompson, Georgetown
53. Jonathan: Truck Bryant, West Virginia
54. Aran: Phil Pressey, Missouri
55. Eric: Bradley Beal, Florida
56. Mike: Jamaal Franklin, San Diego State

Round 8
57. Mike: Doug McDermott, Creighton
58. Eric: Yancy Gates, Cincinnati
59. Aran: James Michael McAdoo, North Carolina
60. Jonathan: Kenny Boynton, Florida
61. McDunkin: Vander Blue, Marquette
62. Adam: JaMychal Green, Alabama
63. Seth: Quincy Acy, Baylor
64. Tyler: Brian Conklin, St. Louis

First Pick

Owner: Tyler Ingle

Description: ACC Blogger, Message Board Legend, 2011 NCAA Player Pool Challenge Champion

Team

(Seed/Player/PPG)

1 Harrison Barnes 17.4
3 Darius Johnson-Odom 18.5
2 Austin Rivers 15.4
1 Kris Joseph 13.8
1 John Henson 13.8
10 Tu Holloway 17
4 Ryan Evans 10.9
9 Brian Conklin 13.9

Average Scorer: 15.1 ppg

Average Seed Drafted (Rounded): 4

Conference Split: 3 ACC, 2 Big East, 2 A-10, 1 Big 10

Breakdown:

It was fitting that when the randomizer gave out its list of picks, Tyler was at the top. He never got his due for his dominance of last years Player Pool Challenge and this year he is off to a strong start for a repeat. He went 1-3-5 with ACC picks, getting two of the most talented scorers in the conference and hoping John Henson comes back strong from injury ASAP. His team also has the leading scorer on a stacked Cuse team in Kris Joseph, a couple big time scorers in DJO and Tu Holloway, with the grind it out picks of Ryan Evans and Brian Conklin.

Second Pick

Owner: Seth Sommerfeld

Description: Gonzaga/Syracuse supporter, chat room master, 24 Madness Marathoner

Team

(Seed/Player/PPG)

1 Anthony Davis 14.3
2 DeShaun Thomas 15.4
1 Kendall Marshall 7.8
1 Darius Miller 9.6
2 Aaron Craft 8.6
12 Casper Ware 17.4
3 Pierre Jackson 13.3
3 Quincy Acy 11.8

Average Scorer: 12.3 ppg

Average Seed Drafted: 3

Conference Split: 2 SEC, 2 Big 10, 2 Big 12, 1 ACC, 1 Big West

Breakdown:

Seth went against choosing KEVIN PANGOS (for shame), but decided to choose the lowest seeded player in Casper Ware. With the difficult schedule Long Beach State has faced, this could pay off big time. His line-up is low scoring comparative to some of the others, but he has many players with high hopes of a long tournament stay. No Syracuse, no problem as Seth seems to be hoping Anthony Davis puts up big numbers in the tournament with Kentucky going to the final.

Third Pick

Owner: Adam Ganeles

Description: SEC Blogger, Primetime Manager

Team

(Seed/Player/PPG)

2 Jared Sullinger 17.6
3 Perry Jones 14
2 Kim English 14.9
1 Keith Appling 11.3
1 CJ Fair 8.6
3 Ian Miller 10.9
8 Rodney McGruder 15.4
10 JaMychal Green 14

Average Scorer: 13.3 ppg

Average Seed Drafted: 4

Conference Split: 3 Big 12, 2 Big 10, 1 Big East, 1 ACC, 1 SEC

Breakdown:

Adam only went with a single SEC player, with his last pick no less! Regardless, he has Jared Sullinger on a mission for destruction. His team has a lot of potential, with Perry Jones, CJ Fair and Ian Miller needing to live up to it to get Adam what he was hoping for in buckets. The Kim English and Keith Appling picks were really solid. Must be hoping for Rodney McGruder to have a big second round game against Syracuse, but unfortunately he will lose either he or Fair after this weekend.

Fourth Pick

Owner: McDunkin

Description: People's Champ, Bill Gates of NBADraft.net points, GIF Master General

Team

(Seed/Player/PPG)

9 Jeremy Lamb 17.7
10 Kevin Jones 20.1
3 Michael Snaer 14.5
1 Dion Waiters 12.6
2 Seth Curry 13.4
8 Will Barton 18.1
3 Hollis Thompson 12.7
3 Vander Blue 8.7

Average Scorer: 14.7 ppg

Average Seed Drafted: 5

Conference Split: 5 Big East, 2 ACC, 1 C-USA

Breakdown:

Making easily the most surprising first pick in the draft, the clown prince of NBADraft.net made some truly bold moves. Choosing only Dion Waiters and hoping for pure bracket destruction, he clearly has a thing for the conference with the most NCAA Tournament teams. Next time you hear about an East Coast bias, odds are they are talking about the artist formerly known as McBased. Genius or madman, we will find out as the tournament progresses.

Fifth Pick

Owner: Jonathan Wasserman

Description: Mock Draft Tracker, Syracuse Supporter, Upset Prognosticator

Team

(Seed/Player/PPG)

2 Thomas Robinson 17.9
2 Marcus Denmon 17.6
6 Isaiah Canaan 19.2
4 Trey Burke 14.8
11 CJ Leslie 14.6
11 J'Covan Brown 20.1
10 Truck Bryant 17.2
7 Kenny Boynton 16.3

Average Scorer: 17.2 ppg

Average Seed Drafted: 7

Conference Split: 3 Big 12, 1 OVC, 1 Big 10, 1 ACC, 1 Big East, 1 SEC

Breakdown:

Starting off with some standard high scorers from the Big 12, Jonathan is another person going for a brack-apocalypse. With Players from 6 conferences he has a solid lead on average scorer and is clearly hoping that quite a few defy the odds. An interesting strategy that should get him an early lead. Also, with luck, he could blow this competition out of the water with some Cinderella advancements.

Sixth Pick

Owner: Aran Smith

Description: President/CEO of NBADraft.net, Really Hopes UNC wins the title

Team

(Seed/Player/PPG)

1 Tyler Zeller 16.5
1 Doron Lamb 13.2
5 John Jenkins 19.9
2 Michael Dixon 13.3
1 Marquis Teague 9.4
1 Reggie Bullock 8.6
2 Phil Pressey 10
1 James Michael McAdoo 5.4

Average Scorer: 12 ppg

Average Seed Drafted: 2

Team Split: 3 North Carolina, 2 Kentucky, 2 Missouri and a John Jenkins sinking a three (Think 12 Days of Christmas)

Breakdown:

Aran clearly was taking notes from two famous NBA executives here: David Kahn and Michael Jordan. The first explains for the abundance of guards, the second for his drafting of nearly every North Carolina Tar Heel available. His team has the lowest average ppg, but he clearly seems to be hoping that James Michael McAdoo has a nice first game in place of John Henson. Oh, and that UNC keeps scoring big and wins the championship. Aran is the only person to have guys who have a chance to all go to the Final Four, so he is clearly hoping we see Kentucky, Missouri, Vandy and North Carolina in a few weeks time.

Seventh Pick

Owner: Eric Guillemenault

Description: HoopsDaily.com Officianado, Eyes On The Prize

Team

(Seed/Player/PPG)

1 Draymond Green 16.1
1 Terrence Jones 12.5
5 Jeff Taylor 16.4
4 Tim Hardaway 14.6
4 Cody Zeller 15.5
6 Mike Moser 14.1
7 Bradley Beal 14.6
6 Yancy Gates 12.4

Average: 14.5 ppg

Average Seed Drafted: 4

Conference Split: 3 Big 10, 3 SEC, 1 Mountain West, 1 Big East

Breakdown:

Eric might have one of the biggest line-ups and he gambled after his first two 1 seeders. Also hoping for big things from Vandy, he seemed to like a few young Big 10 players on 4 seeds. Mike Moser was a pick that could pay-off a great deal as UNLV seems like they could give serious match-up problems to Baylor. Eric took a pretty risky strategy with his combination of lower seeders, but if the big man is back in this tournament, the title could be his.

Eigth Pick

Owner: Michael Visenberg

Description: Avid Writer, NCAA Daily Blogger, Oregon Duck Supporter

Team

(Seed/Player/PPG)

2 William Buford 14.7
1 Michael Kidd-Gilchrist 11.8
2 Ricardo Ratliffe 13.9
2 Tyshawn Taylor 17.3
3 Jae Crowder 17.4
4 Jordan Taylor 14.7
6 Jamaal Franklin 17.2
8 Doug McDermott 23.2

Average Scorer: 16.3 ppg

Average Seed Drafted: 4

Conference Split: 2 Big 10, 2 Big 12, 1 SEC, 1 Mountain West, 1 MVC

Breakdown:

Well, I stuck with the randomizer and took the last pick in the draft. It meant that I had back-to-back picks, which was a subtle consolation. I took the 3rd leading scorer on Ohio State and the 4th leading scorer on Kentucky with players still ahead of them on the board. My obvious hope is that both step up in the big game situation. Finishing behind only Jonathan in point total, I am hoping that most of my players go to the Elite 8 and the ones that don't die out in a blaze of glory. If Doug McDermott and Creighton upset UNC, I will look like a genius in this pool, though it will be bracket suicide.

Hope you all are enjoying March Madness and look in for updates on the Player Pool standings. Who do you think is the favorite? Anyone we should have drafted? Feel free to comment and I will hit you back with an update after this weekends games.

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Oh my...such McDunkin praise

Oh my...such McDunkin praise

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Well, that is to start

Seeing that your first two picks are McOutofthetournamentafteronegame, it might be downhill from here.........

Lamb and Jones? Seriously? I was trying to be nice at the draft, but c'mon man! You better hope Hollis Thompson scores more points than Jason Clark. Otherwise, seems like your McStrategy backfired.

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I had no time to

I had no time to prepare...lets not leave that out mikey mathers

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No time to prepare?

I gave you a list! I had Lamb at 32 and Jones at 33 (In retrospect, both too high). You take Lamb 4th and Jones 13th! I realize Jared Sullinger had been taken (he was 4th on my list), but you could have had Tyler Zeller and John Jenkins had you followed my list (had Zeller 2nd and Jenkins 13th). But, NOOOOOOOOOO! You had to be the McRebelWithoutACause. For shame, sir. FOR SHAME!

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Technically I'm not a

Technically I'm not a Syracuse supporter, I just went there for grad school. Also, stupid Casper Ware...

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My bad Seth

I can take it out if you want. Just thought that since you went to grad school there, you semi-supported them. I know I would semi-support the team if I had gone to grad school. Also, if you hadn't taken Casper, I probably would have.

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You gave me a tainted list.

You gave me a tainted list. My version had walk-ons in numbers 34-75

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You are truly the devil

I did not even have Andre Drummond on my list, speaking of walk-ons. I have to post this to feel less angered about this whole situation:

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Results

Will you post updated results? I'd like to see the results but I am a bit too lazy to do the math myself each round. However, I kinda want to do a personal competition, just to see how I'd do, since I've never seen this concept before. If I had my choice, as a rough guestimation, these would have been my picks:

1. Austin Rivers, G, Duke (2nd Seed)

2. Dion Waiters, G, Syracuse (1st Seed)

3. Peyton Siva, G, Louisville (4th Seed)

4. Will Barton, G/F, Memphis (8th Seed)

5. Mike Scott, F, Virginia (10th seed)

6. Bernard James, F/C, Florida St. (3rd Seed)

7. Henry Sims, F/C, Georgetown (3rd Seed)

8. D.J. Cooper, G, Ohio (13th Seed)

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Actually

Never mind. I can actually get the results, and even post them round by round, if you'd like. As an observation, Bradford Burgess wasn't drafted, and that might have been a mistake?

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He'll post updates, but you could tell me how much I'm winning by if you like.

And poor McSympathy... Kyle O'Quinn would have been a much better 1st round pick. You should have listened to me when I told you that two weeks ago.

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McDunkin?

Has McDunkin been Mc-exposed?

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Round of 64 Results

Here are the results for the Round of 64:

Tyler Ingle:

Harrison Barnes- 14
Darius Johnson-Odom- 20
Austin Rivers- 19 (eliminated)
Kris Joseph- 12
John Henson- DNP
Tu Holloway- 25
Ryan Evans- 18
Brian Conklin- 16

TOTAL: 124, 1 player eliminated (3rd round)

Seth Sommerfield:

Anthony Davis- 16
DeShaun Thomas- 31
Kendall Marshall- 11
Darius Miller- 6
Aaron Craft- 8
Casper Ware- 17 (eliminated)
Pierre Jackson- 18
Quincy Acy- 4

TOTAL: 111, 1 player eliminated (6th round)

Adam Ganeles:

Jared Sullinger- 12
Perry Jones III- 2
Kim English- 2 (eliminated)
Keith Appling- 10
CJ Fair- 3
Ian Miller- 8
Rodney McGruder- 30
JaMychal Green- 12 (eliminated)

TOTAL: 79, 2 players eliminated (3rd and 8th rounds)

McDunkin:

Jeremy Lamb- 19 (eliminated)
Kevin Jones- 13 (eliminated)
Michael Snaer- 0
Dion Waiters- 12
Seth Curry- 7 (eliminated)
Will Barton- 16 (eliminated)
Hollis Thompson- 6
Vander Blue- 8

TOTAL: 81, 4 players eliminated (1st, 2nd, 5th, and 6th rounds)

Jonathan Wasserman:

Thomas Robinson- 16
Marcus Denmon- 20 (eliminated)
Isaiah Canaan- 15
Trey Burke- 16 (eliminated)
CJ Leslie- 15
J'Covan Brown- 19 (eliminated)
"Truck" Bryant- 9 (eliminated)
Kenny Boynton- 8

TOTAL: 118, 4 players eliminated (2nd, 4th, 6th and 7th rounds)

Aran Smith:

Tyler Zeller- 17
Doron Lamb- 16
John Jenkins- 27
Michael Dixon- 22 (eliminated)
Marquis Teague- 12
Reggie Bullock- 7
"Flip" Pressey- 20 (eliminated)
James M. McAdoo- 17

TOTAL: 138, 2 players eliminated (4th and 7th rounds)

Eric Guillemenault:

Draymond Green- 24
Terrence Jones- 22
Jeff Taylor- 15
Tim Hardaway- 14 (eliminated)
Cody Zeller- 14
Mike Moser- 10 (eliminated)
Bradley Beal- 14
Yancy Gates- 15

TOTAL: 128, 2 players eliminated (4th and 6th rounds)

Michael Visenberg:

William Buford- 17
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist- 9
Ricardo Ratliffe- 14 (eliminated)
Tyshawn Taylor- 10
Jae Crowder- 25
Jordan Taylor- 17
Jamaal Franklin- 23 (eliminated)
Doug McDermott- 16

TOTAL: 131, 2 players eliminated (3rd and 7th rounds)

LEADERBOARD:

1. Aran Smith, 138
2. Michael Visenberg, 131
3. Eric Guillemenault, 128
4. Tyler Ingle, 124
5. Jonathan Wasserman, 118
6. Seth Sommerfield, 111
7. McDunkin, 81
8. Adam Geneles, 79

And, for my own comparison's sake, mine:

Austin Rivers- 19 (eliminated)
Dion Waiters- 12
Peyton Siva- 17
Will Barton- 16 (eliminated)
Mike Scott- 15 (eliminated)
Bernard James- 19
Henry Sims- 15
DJ Cooper- 21

Total: 134, 3 players eliminated (1st, 4th, and 5th rounds)

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Thanks for that. Not a bad roster you picked yourself.

Still anybody's game. Well, almost anybody's...

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^By almost anybody, do you mean McBabcock?

Yeah man, I am going to update all of it and have a report for everyone. Yes, we did not draft Bradford Burgess. I know all about VCU last season, but to be fair, they were a 12th seed and Bradford was averaging 13.3 ppg on 36.4% FG. I thought about taking he or Wendell McKines (had New Mexico St. over Indiana), but decided to go with Franklin.

I will post an update with all of the players we neglected to select that would have helped us included. Lord knows we had enough of them available. CJ McCollum definitely would have been a fantastic pick-up for anybody, but picking in this is as difficult as picking upsets in the tournament.

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Round of 32 Results

Here are the results foor the round of 32:

Tyler Ingle:

Harrison Barnes- 17
Darius Johnson-Odom- 17
Austin Rivers- (E)
Kris Joseph- 11
John Henson- 13
Tu Holloway- 21
Ryan Evans- 11
Brian Conklin- 11 (eliminated)

TOTAL: 225 (101 in round of 32, 124 in round of 64), 2 players eliminated (3rd and 8th rounds)

Seth Sommerfield:

Anthony Davis- 15
DeShaun Thomas- 18
Kendall Marshall- 18 (sustained injury)
Darius Miller- 19
Aaron Craft- 17
Casper Ware- (E)
Pierre Jackson- 15
Quincy Acy- 7

TOTAL: 220 (109 in round of 32, 111 in round of 64), 1 player eliminated (6th round)

Adam Ganeles:

Jared Sullinger- 18
Perry Jones III- 7
Kim English- (E)
Keith Appling- 19
CJ Fair- 3
Ian Miller- 0 (eliminated)
Rodney McGruder- 15 (eliminated)
JaMychal Green- (E)

TOTAL: 141 (62 in round of 32, 79 in round of 64), 4 players eliminated (3rd, 6th, 7th, and 8th rounds)

McDunkin:

Jeremy Lamb- (E)
Kevin Jones- (E)
Michael Snaer- 11 (eliminated)
Dion Waiters- 18
Seth Curry- (E)
Will Barton- (E)
Hollis Thompson- 23 (eliminated)
Vander Blue- 4

TOTAL: 137 (56 in round of 32, 81 in round of 64), 6 players eliminated (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 6th, 7th rounds)

Jonathan Wasserman:

Thomas Robinson- 11
Marcus Denmon- (E)
Isaiah Canaan- 16 (eliminated)
Trey Burke- (E)
CJ Leslie- 14
J'Covan Brown- (E)
"Truck" Bryant- (E)
Kenny Boynton- 20

TOTAL: 179 (61 in round of 32, 118 in round of 64), 5 players eliminated (2nd, 3rd, 4th, 6th, and 7th rounds)

Aran Smith:

Tyler Zeller- 11
Doron Lamb- 16
John Jenkins- 13 (eliminated)
Michael Dixon- (E)
Marquis Teague- 24
Reggie Bullock- 13
"Flip" Pressey- (E)
James M. McAdoo- 9

TOTAL: 224 (86 in round of 32, 138 in round of 64), 3 players eliminated (3rd, 4th, and 7th rounds)

Eric Guillemenault:

Draymond Green- 16
Terrence Jones- 8
Jeff Taylor- 9 (eliminated)
Tim Hardaway- (E)
Cody Zeller- 16
Mike Moser- (E)
Bradley Beal- 14
Yancy Gates- 10

TOTAL: 201 (73 in round of 32, 128 in round of 64), 3 players eliminated (3rd, 4th, and 6th rounds)

Michael Visenberg:

William Buford- 13
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist- 2
Ricardo Ratliffe- (E)
Tyshawn Taylor- 10
Jae Crowder- 17
Jordan Taylor- 14
Jamaal Franklin- (E)
Doug McDermott- 20 (eliminated)

TOTAL: 207 (76 in round of 32, 131 in round of 64), 3 players eliminated (3rd, 7th, and 8th rounds)

LEADERBOARD:

1. Tyler Ingle, 225
2. Aran Smith, 224
3. Seth Sommerfield, 220
4. Michael Visenberg, 207
5. Eric Guillemenault, 201
6. Jonathan Wasserman, 179
7. Adam Ganeles, 141
8. McDunkin, 137

And again, my sad and soon-to-be incomparable results:

Austin Rivers- (E)
Dion Waiters- 18
Peyton Siva- 6
Will Barton- (E)
Mike Scott- (E)
Bernard James- 12 (eliminated)
Henry Sims- 4 (eliminated)
DJ Cooper- 19

TOTAL: 193 (59 in round of 32, 134 in round of 64), 5 players eliminated (1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th rounds)

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That Marshall injury killed

That Marshall injury killed me. Damn it all.

Also, I had a fierce internal debate before making my final pick - Acy or Brady Heslip? Welp...

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You're still doing well, Seth

Only one guy truly down. I have to say, do not think we have seen the last of Marshall. His scoring may go down quite a bit, but he still played after it had been injured. I think that North Carolina needs him to win and that he will want to do whatever he can to play. I am sure it will hurt like hell, but if Rondo did it with his elbow, I could see Marshall doing it with that right wrist.

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If

If I lose, it's all Brian Conklin's fault.

Lazy, underachieving son-of-a...

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No Robbie Hummel/

Ha! Screw y'alls!

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As always, mature Grandpa

Brian is awesome, plus he outscored your 3rd pick. Here is a good article on Brian and Rick Majerus.

http://www.oregonlive.com/sports/oregonian/john_canzano/index.ssf/2012/03/canzano_rick_majeras_saw_somet.html

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