Basketball junkies will enjoy this entry from The Sporting News. I found the following quote pretty interesting:
Georgetown needs to look hard at its approach. I’ve long been suspicious about whether a Princeton-based scheme can produce national championship-level teams, and the Hoyas’ two most recent experiences against elite competition didn’t erase my doubts. Against Ohio State in last year’s Final Four, star forward Jeff Green took only five shots in 40 minutes. In this season’s loss to Memphis, center Roy Hibbert shot eight times and didn’t get to the foul line.
When your best players are reduced to peripheral roles in the biggest games, there might be something wrong with the system