Free 2015 Sweet Sixteen NCAA Tournament Playbook from Fast Model Sports
The people at Fast Model Sports compiled the best x’s and o’s from the 2015 Sweet Sixteen NCAA Tournament. The 2015 Sweet Sixteen NCAA Tournament Playbook will have over 47 pages of team basketball plays. They will include Kentucky, Cincinnati, West Virginia, Maryland, and many more.
Kentucky was one of the deepest and most talented teams we’ve ever seen in college basketball. It was a total surprise that they didn’t win.
The Arizona Wildcats were a deserving No. 1 seed and they played like one for most of the tournament. Arizona had four future NBA players — Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Brandon Ashley, Stanley Johnson and Kaleb Tarczewski — but the team’s most important player is veteran point guard T.J. McConnell (19 points, six assists and six rebounds in Arizona’s win against Ohio State)
The Wisconsin Badgers had the toughest route to the Final Four, first facing North Carolina and then Arizona. This Bo Ryan team made this 2015 Sweet Sixteen NCAA Tournament by outside shooting and the ability to stretch the floor.
The Duke Blue Devils had something that they haven’t had in more than a decade: A dominant big man. Freshman standout Jahlil Okafor (26 points in a third-round victory against San Diego State) gives Duke a unique edge against every opponent. Okafor’s footwork is that of a 30-year-old NBA center and his finesse ability on the block draw double teams to get Quinn Cook and Tyrus Jones open shots.
The Michigan State Spartans had the pieces and ability all season to make a run in march. The Spartans took an extremely good Wisconsin team to the brink in the Big Ten Conference tournament title and was the sleeper title winner following an impressive defensive performance in upsetting No. 2 Virginia in the round of 32.
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