Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Group Rankings: Top Inside-Outside Combos


Balance is key in college basketball. Even if you are stacked in the backcourt, you may be weak on the interior. Conversely, a team may be loaded in the paint, but not very potent on the perimeter. To make noise in the NCAA Tournament, production from both inside and outside is necessary. Here are the top inside-outside duos:

  • 1. Purdue: E’Twaun Moore, JaJuan Johnson
  • 2. Kentucky: Brandon Knight, Enes Kanter
  • 3. Kansas: Josh Selby, Marcus Morris
  • 4. Ohio State: William Buford, Jared Sullinger
  • 5. Michigan State: Kalin Lucas, Draymond Green
  • 6. Kansas State: Jacob Pullen, Curtis Kelly
  • 7. Baylor: LaceDarius Dunn, Perry Jones
  • 8. Butler: Shelvin Mack, Matt Howard
  • 9. Temple: Juan Fernandez, Lavoy Allen
  • 10. Virginia Tech: Malcolm Delaney, Jeff Allen
  • 11. Washington: Isaiah Thomas, Matthew Bryan-Amaning
  • 12. Tennessee: Scotty Hopson, Tobias Harris
  • 13. Gonzaga: Steven Gray, Elias Harris
  • 14. Texas: Cory Joseph, Tristan Thompson
  • 15. Seton Hall: Jeremy Hazell, Herb Pope

Others to Watch:

  • Mississippi State: Dee Bost, Renardo Sidney
  • Miami: Durand Scott, Reggie Johnson
  • Texas Tech: John Roberson, Mike Singletary
  • UCLA: Malcolm Lee, Reeves Nelson
  • Arkansas: Rotnei Clarke, Marshawn Powell
  • Syracuse: Dion Waiters, Fab Melo
  • NC State: Lorenzo Brown, Tracy Smith
  • Illinois: Demetri McCamey, Mike Davis
  • Northwestern: Michael Thompson, John Shurna
  • Duke: Nolan Smith, Mason Plumlee

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