An NCAA Playoff Primer and Why You Must Watch Williams and Walker

ANAHEIM, Calif. – Two eyes available for viewing. Two players to watch. It all works out then.

For those like myself who watch the entire NCAA Tournament through the NBA prism, don’t let your pupils stray from Arizona’s Derrick Williams or UConn’s Kemba Walker when today’s Elite Eight matchup begins in a couple hours here. For my (media pass) money, they are by far the two most NBA-ready talents I’ve seen from the Tucson and Anaheim Regionals.

That’s not revolutionary advice there, but rather an excuse to share the last couple day’s work for The New York Times. Read up and then tune in. Let your eyes stray from those two and it’s your loss.

March 26 – Arizona’s Williams Saves His A-Game For, Well, Games

March 26 – San Diego Star Stays Quiet on NBA

March 26 – Miller’s Star Turn on “The Tonight Show” (Video)

March 25 – A Makeover Continues as Arizona Stuns Duke

March 24 – For Kawhi Leonard, Perseverance Is His Biggest Accompishment

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