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South Region – Sweet 16 Preview

South Region – Sweet 16 Preview

After all of the madness, we are down to the top four seeds in the South Region. This regional bracket was full of great moments in the first weekend despite all four favorites moving forward. Wichita State pushed Kentucky to the brink, Middle Tennessee stormed to take down Minnesota and Arkansas gave the Tar Heels

Final Four – Villanova Ball Screen Concepts

The four basic ball screen concepts featured in the Villanova Wildcats’ Spread Four-Out Motion Offense Attack The Villanova Wildcats (33-5) survived the South Region to advance to Houston and will face the Oklahoma Sooners (29-7) in the Final Four. Jay Wright has his club in the National Semifinals for the first time since 2009. The immaculate

Sweet Sixteen – South Region Quick Hits

A “four-pack” of X’s & O’s from the teams in the Sweet Sixteen in the South Region – Maryland, Kansas, Miami and Villanova.  #5 Maryland Terps Double Drag Punch Maryland opened their Big Ten regular season game at Indiana with this double drag screen throwback to get a post isolation for Diamond Stone. #1 Kansas

First Four – Wichita State Drag Screens

The Wichita State Shockers (#11 seed, South Region) face the Vanderbilt Commodores (#11 seed, South Region) in “First Four” action from Dayton, Ohio.  The match up features teams that had expectations coming into the season but find themselves in the play-in game with the right to face #6 Arizona on the line. The veteran backcourt duo

Villanova Wildcats – Four-Out Motion Offense

The Villanova Wildcats enter the NCAA Tournament as the #2 seed in the South Region behind the beautiful spacing and symmetry of their four-out ball screen motion offense. The Villanova Wildcats (29-5, #2 South Region) have long been know for their immaculate spacing, ball movement and Jay Wright’s affinity for “small ball” and four-guard lineups.

NCAA Tournament Preview: Maryland Terrapins

  The Maryland Terrapins have had a somewhat successful season remaining within the Top 20 all season under the leadership of Head Coach Mark Turgeon. Turgeon’s utilized a playbook that has works with the strengths of his players. Melo Trimble, a talented pick and roll point guard, Diamond Stone, a mobile freshman big man, and

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