Found March 30, 2012 on Midwest Sports Fans:
The Final Four is coming up on Saturday night and there appears to be a ton of NBA talent on the rosters involved. There are lots of names we’ll probably be hearing for years after this weekend’s games. But last year’s Final Four was special because the teams that reached the national semifinals weren’t necessarily loaded with future NBA stars. With that in mind we thought we would take a look at where the stars from last year’s Final Four teams are now. Kemba Walker authored one of the greatest six-game performances in NCAA Tournament history last year. What's he up to now? (Photo By Kevin Scheller, The Daily Campus via Wikimedia Commons) Matt Howard, Butler The 6’8″ Howard was a big part of Butler’s back-to-back championship game runs, as the team’s primary post threat. He averaged career-highs in points (16.4), rebounds (7.7) and assists (1.4) during his senior season in 2011. He was named first-team All-Horizon League and won the 2011 Lou Henson Award as the Mid-Major Playe...
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