Wolfpack forward Scott Wood might be one of the hottest players in the NCAA tournament. The 6-foot-6 senior averaged 19 points while shooting 59.3 percent on three-pointers in last week's Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.
It's hard to believe that Temple's Khalif Wyatt would be in this category. But the Atlantic Ten player of the year struggled through 4-of-19 shooting last Friday in a loss to Massachusetts in the A-10 quarterfinals.
Who wants the ball in crunch time
This definitely goes to Wyatt, who has a knack for producing late-game heroics for the Owls. A prime example was Temple's victory over Detroit on Feb. 28. Wyatt scored 12 of the Owls' final 14 points in the 83-78 decision.