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Tuesday, March 19th, 2013 at 4:10 pm  |  8 responses

Google+ Hangout: March Madness

Watch as SLAMonline gives the lowdown on this year’s bracket.

Trying to win some bread in your NCAA Tournament pool but having trouble with your bracket? Can’t decide who’s going to win the 8-9 matchup? Looking for this year’s Cinderella or the NBA’s next big star? Well, you’ve come to the right place, ’cause SLAM has you covered.

Earlier today, Online Editor Ryne Nelson hosted SLAMonline’s first ever Google+ Hangout discussion between Contributors Cub Buenning (who broke down the West Region) and Dave Cassilo (Midwest) and Editorial Assistants Eldon Khorshidi (South) and Peter Walsh (East). The guys dove deep into each region and gave their upset picks, teams to keep an eye on, players who can help their Draft stock and finally their Final Four and Championship picks. Enjoy!

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  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    dope fellas.

  • Guest

    Always nice to here from the SLAM people,,,

  • Abdullahi3

    This will always be my number one website.. great job fellas

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    awesome guys, now i am even more unsure of what to do with a few match ups. couldn’t you guys have just seen what i see, instead of bringing up all these points i didn’t think about?

  • ‘Bout It

    Thanks guys, good stuff! Toward the end Eldon mentions some of Shabazz Muhammad’s stats this year, but he didn’t mention this: Shabazz has 26 total assists in 31 college games. I know he is a scorer, but that is atrocious. Just one of the reasons I’m picking Minnesota over UCLA.

  • ‘Bout It

    Thanks guys, good stuff! Towards the end Eldon mentions some of Shabazz Muhammad’s stats from this year, but he didn’t mention this: in 31 college games Shabazz has 26 assists. I know he’s a scorer, but that is atrocious. Just one of the reasons I’m picking Minnesota over UCLA. Anyway, good discussion, hope to see more like this.

  • Eldon Khorshidi

    Yeah, exactly. I was saying that although Shabazz has good (scoring) numbers, a lot of eyes will be on him during the Tournament to see whether he can bring the whole package and help UCLA advance. If UCLA wins a game or two, I think it’ll be on the shoulders of Shabazz, so it’s about time to step up and leave his mark.

  • ‘Bout It

    I completely agree. I didn’t hear you say anything about the assist numbers, so I just wanted to mention it because I was shocked when I saw them.

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