Freshman sensation Marvin Bagley III is a doubles machine for No. 2 seed Duke. Does that make him the top pick in March Madness fantasy leagues? Check out our rankings for your March Madness drafts.
Jalen Brunson and the Wildcats are the betting favorites to win this year's tournament. Who in the East can give them the biggest challenge? Chris Bennett breaks down the region.
Marvin Bagley has been a driving force for No. 2-seeded Duke, but could face a tough Spartan frontcourt in the Sweet 16. RotoWire Bracketologist Adam Zdroik breaks down all the Midwest matchups.
Deandre Ayton could very well be the best player in this tournament, but how far can that take the Wildcats? Jesse Siegel breaks down the South region.
It's Trevon Bluiett's last chance to lead Xavier to the promised land, and this time he does it with the No. 1 seed in the region. Perry Missner breaks down the West region.
Nick Whalen and James Anderson go region-by-region to break down 25 of the top prospects in the 2017 NBA Draft.
Before you fill out your NCAA Tournament brackets, get the ins and outs on every team in the Big Dance with our matchup previews.
Chris Bennett breaks down the East Region of the NCAA Tournament where defending champion Villanova and Duke look headed for a collision course.
Perry Missner breaks down the West Region in this year's NCAA Tournament. Is this the year Gonzaga finally breaks through to the Final Four?
Freshman sensation Lonzo Ball does a lot of everything for UCLA and makes for a top pick in March Madness fantasy leagues. But how high should he go? Check out all the rankings.
The regional previews continue with the Midwest, where injuries to highly-ranked teams could pave the way for multiple mid-majors. Can Josh Jackson and the top-seeded Jayhawks secure the region?
Justin Jackson leads the No. 1-seeded Tar Heels in a loaded South Region that has plausible upsets to go along with some of the most talent-rich teams in the NCAA.
Denzel Valentine might be the best player in the country, but is that enough to carry Michigan State out of the Midwest?
If the NCAA Tournament is about star power, then look out for Buddy Hield and the Oklahoma Sooners in the West Region.
The East is loaded with NBA talent, but can anyone knock off top seed Brice Johnson and the North Carolina Tar Heels, who have the region's best offense and defense?
Coach Bill Self's Jayhawks once again own a top seed, but they have a tough road to the Final Four, which almost undoubtedly runs through Melo Trimble and the Maryland Terrapins.
Michigan State's Denzel Valentine does a little bit of everything (OK, a lot of everything), which makes him an easy top pick in NCAA Tournament fantasy drafts.
Jahlil Okafor is arguably the nation's best player, and now he hopes to make the Duke the best team in America.
Darrun Hilliard and the Villanova Wildcats look to escape the East Region, but they'll have plenty of competition for the Final Four bid.
Frank Kaminsky has few peers in college basketball as he looks to lead Wisconsin out of the West Region in this year's NCAA Tournament.
Can Kentucky be beaten? That's the question of the Midwest Region where the Wildcats look to continue their undefeated season.
Wisconsin's do-everything Frank Kaminsky is the no-doubt pick in NCAA Tournament fantasy drafts.
Can Tyler Ennis and Syracuse avoid the upset? That and more is answered here.
Aaron Gordon is the most athletic player in the West Region and hopes to lead Arizona to the promised land.
If Duke hopes to escape the Midwest Region it will have to go through a gauntlet of teams in a tough bracket.
Will Melvin Ejim and the Iowa State Cyclones go boom or bust in the NCAA Tournament?
Freshman sensation Andrew Wiggins will try to lift Kansas out of the South Region and into the Final Four.
Jabari Parker hopes to lead Duke to the Final Four, but is he the top-ranked fantasy player for March Madness?
Picking a 12-5 upset is a must, and Allen Crabbe and the Cal Bears look primed to knock off fifth-seeded UNLV.
If this year's tourney is a bracket buster, it likely will be by the hand of one these players, like No. 10-seed Cincinnati's Sean Kilpatrick.