Undefeated and completely loaded, Kentucky can turn to Willie Cauley-Stein, left, Aaron Harrison, right, possible top draft pick Karl-Anthony Towns or one of the other wickedly talented 'Cats in big moments.
They fell just short of a No. 1 seed, but Stanley Johnson's crew has size, talent and the defense to make a run.
Coaching and a 1-2 punch of freshmen Jahlil Okafor and Tyus Jones make the Blue Devils dangerous.
Malcolm Brogdon and the Cavaliers chose substance over pizzazz, and their defense causes migranes for coaches.
The Badgers earned their first No. 1 seed after Frank Kaminsky and Co. dominated the Big Ten season.