Here's our look at how each conference did on draft night, from the most picks to the fewest, and why so many international players were taken.
Kansas was the big winner on Tuesday, getting a commitment from Andrew Wiggins. But what about the teams that missed out?
The Andrew Wiggins sweepstakes came to an end on Tuesday afternoon. He said he's heading to Kansas.
Andrew Wiggins has yet to make a college decision -- but which team would see the biggest boost with Wiggins in the fold?
Bill Self could have easily loaded up with cupcakes after losing all five starters. Instead, the Kansas coach still put together a difficult non-conference schedule that includes a trip to the Bahamas, a date with Duke and road games against a pair of Top 25 teams.
The NCAA released on Tuesday it's Consensus All-America teams, meaning these are the rosters for the record books. Using the All-America teams from four sources -- the Associated Press, Sporting News, the United States Basketball Writers Association the National Association of Basketball Coaches -- the NCAA draws a conclusion on who was voted on to the First and Second teams.
If the Florida Gators don't know, they better ask somebody about Mitch McGary. Patric Young and Will Yeguete figure to have their hands full Sunday in the South Region final.
We did them at the start of the tournament, so let's reset the fun and look at the 16 teams left and give them a 5/7/5 poetic preview.
There are several intriguing matchups in the next two days -- which is the best?
The biggest story not only in this region, not only in this tournament or in college hoops, but in the entire sports universe, is Florida Gulf Coast. Dunk City. Florida Dunk Coast. Whatever we want to call it, this 15 seed is the darling narrative, the best story in college basketball to reach a wider audience since Butler made back-to-back national title games.

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