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Fantasy AnalysisDozier continues to be an impressive player, putting up double-digit points in his last five consecutive games. On the season he's averaging 13.7 points and 4.7 rebounds per game, and plays for an average of 28.8 minutes. The sophomore is a key factor in the Gamecock's current run in the NCAA tournament, and he will be fighting for another impressive performance in the Elite 8.
Fantasy AnalysisNotice continues to be an efficient player for South Carolina, averaging 10.3 points and 2.5 rebounds per game. He's really stepping into his stride in the NCAA tournament, and continues to drain shots from behind the arc. The Gamecocks are on an impressive run right now, and Notice will do his best to keep the streak going.
Fantasy AnalysisMartin was a huge asset for Butler this season, averaging 16.0 points and 5.8 rebounds per game. Despite being taken out of the starting lineup at the beginning of February, the junior continued to put up great performances, scoring double-digit points in his last nine games.
Fantasy AnalysisWhile Collins may be heavily overshadowed by some of his teammates, he's definitely great at coming off the bench to provide some value with his limited amount of minutes. On the year he's averaging 9.9 points and 5.7 rebounds, while playing for an average of only 17.2 minutes per game. It's only his freshman year and he's helped his team reach the Elite Eight, so he's definitely a player to keep an eye on in future seasons.
Fantasy AnalysisIn the four wins in the Big Dance, Bell has averaged 12.5 points and 12.5 rebounds to help offset the loss of Chris Boucher (ACL). He has managed to stay out of foul trouble as well. Bell will be challenged by the bigs of either North Carolina or Kentucky next Saturday in the Final Four.
Fantasy AnalysisDorsey continued his torrid scoring and even hit a 3-pointer off the glass. He has knocked down 15 3-pointers on 68.2 percent from long range in his last three games. The 6-4 guard has scored 20 points or more in seven straight games. He will need to continue to hit 3-pointers to loosen the defense of either North Carolina or Kentucky next Saturday in the Final Four.
Fantasy AnalysisBrooks hit some incredibly difficult baskets over the ferocious defense of Josh Jackson. He plays with a lot of enthusiasm and it seems to affect his teammates. In his last three games the 6-7 junior has only converted 37.3 percent of his field goals and has not attempted a free throw in his last two. The Ducks will play either Kentucky or North Carolina next Saturday in the Final Four.
Fantasy AnalysisMason looked like the only Jayhawk who could score in the first half, but the Ducks forged an 11-point halftime lead. He cooled off in the second half and wasn't able to lead Kansas back to the Final Four. Despite his 5-11 stature, Mason may garner some NBA attention due to his ability to hit shots (47.1 percent on 3-pointers) and play sticky defense.
Fantasy AnalysisJackson picked up two early fouls and the Ducks took advantage. The freshman play tenacious defense on Dillon Brooks, but the Oregon forward was able to knock down some really tough shots. Jackson will likely be an early lottery pick after averaging 16.3 points, 7.4 rebounds, and 3.0 assists for the Jayhawks. His 56.6 percent conversion rate from the free-throw line is cause for concern.
Fantasy AnalysisGraham just couldn't get anything to fall against the Ducks. He even had some open looks that would normally go down. The 6-2 junior converted 13 3-pointers in the first three NCAA Tournament games. He hit 38.8 percent of his 3-pointers and averaged 13.4 points and 4.1 assists.
Fantasy AnalysisThe 6-3 junior has struggled from the field in the NCAA Tournament. Through four wins, Williams-Goss is converting just 31.1 percent of his field goals, but has managed to average 15.5 points via volume and the ability to get to the line. Xavier will play the winner of the Florida-South Carolina next Saturday. Williams-Goss had 14 points in the win over the Gators on Nov. 25.
Fantasy AnalysisMacura hit a three-quarters court shot that came just milliseconds after the halftime buzzer that would have cut the Bulldog lead to seven points. He scored in double digits in all four games in the Big Dance. The 6-5 junior will look to improve his scoring average for the fourth straight season in 2017-18.
Fantasy AnalysisIn the three NCAA Tournament wins, Bluiett had converted 52.2 percent of his shots and had scored from everywhere on the court. He wasn't able to penetrate the Gonzaga defense and shots that fell in the first three games rimmed out. The 6-6 junior had a fine season and could be a strong candidate for Big East Player of the Year if returns in 2017-18.
Fantasy AnalysisWhat a time for the sophomore to notch his first career double-double. His 16 points was also a career-high. Maye's performance in the Sweet 16 makes it likely for him to see some more run in the Elite Eight against Kentucky.
Fantasy AnalysisThe duo of Jackson and Joel Berry combined for 50 points in this game to send UNC to the Elite Eight. Jackson has made 10 three pointers so far through three games. The junior is averaging 20 points, 6.7 rebounds, and 4.3 assists per game so far in the NCAA Tournament. The Tar Heels will take on Kentucky on Sunday where the winner will advance to the Final Four next weekend.