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February 17th

That Guy Kyle

Player of the Week

Kyle Guy, Virginia

February 12th

Bez Dispenser

Player of the Week

Giorgi Bezhanishvili, Illinois

February 10th

Hot Hand Luke

Player of the Week

Luke Maye, North Carolina

Luke MayeLuke MayeOn Tuesday, North Carolina pounded 114 points on its in-state rival NC State—its most points since 2003. Senior forward Luke Maye scored a season-high 31 points, connecting on 10 of his 15 field goal attempts. He finished perfect from the charity stripe (10-10), and added 12 rebounds, two assists, one block, and one steal to his most impressive performance of the season.

Ay Bey Bey

Pac-12 Player of the Week

Tyler Bey, Colorado

February 8th

Roach Coach

Player of the Week

Kerwin Roach II, Texas

February 4th

Purdue on the Incline

Player of the Week

Ryan Cline, Purdue

February 3rd

Zi-Insanity!

Player of the Week

Zion Williamson, Duke

Zion WilliamsonZion WilliamsonOnce again, the freshman phenom proved why he should be crowned National Player of the Year. In a showdown in South Bend with the Fighting Irish, Williamson scored 26 points on 10 of 12 field goal attempts, tallied nine rebounds, four assists, four blocks, and one steal. He led the Blue Devils to an easy 22-point road victory.

February 1st

Superhero PJs On

It’s official, the SEC is going to come down to a three-team race. Tennessee, LSU, and Kentucky. It seems as if the SEC is not as deep as we thought it would be. Or, beyond those three teams listed, the rest is beating up on each other. Because the second tier of Ole Miss, Mississippi State, and Auburn have fallen off substantially. This doesn’t mean that the SEC won’t get their fair share of teams into the tourney, it just means that the seeding of those teams will be significantly different than expected.

Aussie Sauce

Player of the Week

January 30th

Smooth as Silk

Player of the Week

Kris Wilkes, UCLA