#1: New Orleans Hornets:
Anthony Davis, Kentucky, Center, 6-10, Freshman
No big, keep-you-on-the-edge-of-your-seat, shocker here. Anthony Davis becomes the “Big Dog” of the 66th NBA Draft. Davis led Kentucky to the promise land in his Freshman season as a wildcat, and will have to be the man if he plans to do what Chris Paul couldn’t, and pull a struggling Hornet’s franchise...
As he made his way back to the court for the second half, Bill Self cast a dumbfounded gaze at the box score. It made no sense. Kansas hadn't played badly. Still, Self's squad found itself down 14.
What's more, the best player on the floor - Kentucky's Anthony Davis - hadn't even scored. As it happened, Self wasn't alone in pondering these statistical anomalies...
Kentucky's Anthony Davis has been selected the Most Outstanding Player at the Final Four after dominating defensively in Monday night's NCAA championship game.
The freshman forward had a rough night on offense, scoring six points on 1-of-10 shooting. He made up for it with defense, tying a championship game record with six blocked shots and altering several others in Kentucky...
Via AP on Fox
April 03, 2012