Archive - Apr 6, 2010
Regardless of level of play or outcome, Monday's final was one of the most exciting NCAA championship games ever. The game featured 15 lead changes and was highly competitive throughout. For many, it was the perfect good vs. evil story, with the underdog Butler Bulldogs against the everyone-loves-to-hate-Dukies. Gordon Hayward had two chances at the end with shots that could have given Butler the win.
By Ian Powers
Year after year, the NBA draft is filled with prospects that come from traditional college basketball powers.
Those high major programs (North Carolina, Kansas, Kentucky, UCLA, etc.) of the college basketball world will always produce the majority of NBA players because of their ability to recruit the top high school talent in the country.