Big-shot ballers: 15 guys who want the ball in their hands
Which players are capable of knocking down big shots and taking their team to the next level?
It’s not often we see a Final Four or national championship team that doesn’t have a go-to-guy or a couple of players who have proven they can hit big shots when it counts. A season ago, Kentucky was a balanced offensive outfit -- but guys like Darius Miller and Doron Lamb showed multiple times that they were not afraid of taking and making shots down the stretch. A player who can break down defenses or knock down jumpers in the closing seconds might be the difference between an early exit and a deep run.
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Chase Tapley, San Diego State: Tapley plays second fiddle to Jamaal Franklin, but he has hit several big shots in his career and has confidence.
Jordan Hulls, Indiana: Of all the players on Indiana, Hulls seems like the one most capable of knocking down a big shot. Teams have to be aware of his quick release.
Marshall Henderson, Ole Miss: Henderson is capable of shooting his own team out of a game, but he's also dangerous enough to terrify an opposing team.
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