There's no "i" in fantasy. Pity. After all, we gamers can break down the purest team sports. Take college hoops, for instance. Me and my pals burn our brackets and draft eight players instead. Most total points wins. We call it the Top Gun pool. Call me Maverick. Here's who's in my sights:
Only once in the past 13 years have the Devils and the Heels both failed to last until the Final Four. So go to Tobacco Road for your go-to guy:
Gilbert Arenas, Arizona: Arenas' rocket step plus a killer crossover equals 16 points per. Underachieving be damned. I say the Cats will be the Pac-10 crew dancing longest.
Marvin O'Connor, St. Joe's: O'Connor averaged 23.1 ppg in February. And -- how soon we forget? -- the Hawks made the Sweet 16 four years ago. This team is at least as capable.
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