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What you might have overlooked in CBB

Things you may have missed in CBB

At the moment, we are approximately three months away from the Final Hour. Hence, it is commonly suggested that during the festive period, it is an opportune moment to revisit the college basketball journey that transpired throughout this period. Notably, Zion Williamson, the anticipated NBA draft pick, made quite an entrance into the college basketball scene. Standing tall at 6 feet 6 inches and weighing about 282 pounds, his presence has been formidable.

Endowed with remarkable abilities in strength, adaptability, and a keen understanding of basketball strategies, Zion Williamson has garnered attention. Furthermore, the likes of R.J. Barrett and Cam Reddish are anticipated to accompany him in the top five selections of this summer’s NBA draft. Nevertheless, Williamson remains the main attraction and is even viewed as a contender for the NBA dunk competition. With an impressive average of approximately 19.8 points, 9.4 rebounds, and 2.3 assists per game, he continues to shine.

Reflecting on the previous season, it was evident that Michigan advanced to the national championship game, propelled by stellar defense and pivotal performances in the playoffs. Noteworthy mention goes to IgnasBrazdeikis, a Lithuanian-Canadian freshman, who led Michigan’s flawless beginning. This surge has bolstered the team’s aspirations for the national title. Additionally, the surge in 3-point shooting within college basketball has been noticeable.

Presently, there is a proliferation of lineups adept at handling the upswing in 3-point attempts. Teams have begun reshuffling their lineups to include proficient shooters, consequently escalating the volume of 3-point shots. As a result, the statistics for successful 3-pointers are on the rise. With all teams displaying remarkable performances and hitting their stride, the competition is intense. Hence, as of now, the leading spot for this season in the country remains uncertain.

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