Poll: Who won our college hoops draft?

November, 6, 2012
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Earlier today, myself, Myron Medcalf, Joe Lunardi and Fran Fraschilla sat down at our computers, readied our finest trash talk, and set about drafting four college basketball "fantasy" teams.

The rules were straightforward: Each team got five starters, one sixth man, a coach and an arena. Since we're not keeping actual "fantasy" stats over the course of the season -- it's kind of hard to keep stats for a coach, with the possible exception of wins and "terrifying death stares per 40 minutes" -- the point was not to field the best statistical roster but to build the best and most well-coached college basketball team possible.

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Who put together the best team for the 2012-13 season in ESPN.coms first annual college basketball draft?

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    13%
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    39%
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    32%
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    16%

Discuss (Total votes: 2,844)

After a couple of hours, the results came in:

Team Lunardi
Cody Zeller, C, Indiana
Tony Mitchell, F, North Texas
Trey Burke, PG, Michigan
Michael Snaer, SG, Florida State
Mason Plumlee, PF, Duke
Rotnei Clarke, G, Butler
Coach: Tom Izzo, Michigan State
Venue: The Palestra

Team Medcalf
Doug McDermott, F, Creighton
Aaron Craft, PG, Ohio State
Jeff Withey, C, Kansas
Mike Moser, F, UNLV
Kenny Boynton, SG, Florida
Marcus Smart, G, Oklahoma State
Coach: Rick Pitino, Louisville
Venue: Pauley Pavilion

Team Brennan
Isaiah Canaan, G, Murray State
Deshaun Thomas, F, Ohio State
Jarnell Stokes, PF, Tennessee
Gorgui Dieng, C, Louisville
James Michael McAdoo, PF, North Carolina
B.J. Young, SG, Arkansas
Coach: Mike Krzyzewski, Duke
Venue: Cameron Indoor Stadium

Team Fraschilla
Phil Pressey, PG, Missouri
Nerlens Noel, C, Kentucky
C.J. McCollum, SG, Lehigh
Shabazz Muhammad, SF, UCLA
C.J. Leslie, PF, N.C. State
Solomon Hill, SF, Arizona
Coach: John Calipari, Kentucky
Venue: Phog Allen Fieldhouse

And now we ask for your help: Who drafted the best team? Or, put another way, in a four-team round robin, whose team wins most frequently? Input your choice into the SportsNation poll module, and have your voice be heard. It is without question the most important vote you will cast all day.

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