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January 2nd, 2015

Big Oak

Player of the Week

Jahill Okafor, Duke

I Can See For Myles

Player of the Week

Myles Turner - Texas

Myles TurnerMyles TurnerIn a slow week for conference action, Texas’ freshman sensation, Myles Turner, attracted most of the Big 12 spotlight by making his first career start Monday night against Rice. After a tough overtime loss against Stanford earlier in the week, Rick Barnes made the decision to start Turner after continued energetic play by him, and continued struggles from junior big man, Cameron Ridley.

Trouble T.R.O.Y.

Player of the Week

Troy Williams, F, Indiana

Troy WilliamsTroy WilliamsTom Crean receives plenty of justified criticism from Hoosier fans and basketball enthusiasts. During Indiana's overtime loss to Georgetown, Crean failed to draw up a zone offense that consistently found high percentage shots. He was bailed out (again) by the heroics of Yogi Ferrell.

December 30th, 2014

Kentucky's Most Important Player

Player of the Week

Tyler Ulis - Kentucky

December 27th

Chasson a Dream

Player of the Week

Chasson Randle - Stanford

December 26th

American Horror Story

Player of the Week

Quentin DeCosey, Temple

Ready to Rumble

Player of the Week

Terry Rozier, Louisville

Getting It Dunn

Player of the Week

Kris Dunn - Providence (G. So., 6-3, 205, New London, Ct.)

Climb Any Mountain

Player of the Week

Juwan Staten - West Virginia

December 25th

Gift Giver

Player of the Week

Shannon ScottShannon ScottShannon Scott, G, Ohio State

It doesn't matter who you are playing - 8 points, 4 rebounds, 12 assists and 7 steals is one hell of a day at the office. Scott had a day against North Carolina A&T. He controlled all aspects of the game, including defensive pressure, pace, fast break opportunities, and offensive execution.