Kentucky vs.  Wisconsin
7:49 p.m. in Indianapolis • TV: TBS
Coach: John Calipari, sixth season (190-35).
Entry: SEC tournament champion.
Key player: Freshman F Karl-Anthony Towns (10.1 ppg, 6.6 rpg, 2.3 bpg).
Notable: Kentucky looks to become the first team to finish a campaign undefeated since the 1975-76 Indiana Hoosiers. A big part of that success has been the team-focused effort: No player averages more than 11 points per game (Andrew Harrison leads the team at 11.0) or 26 minutes per game. In the NCAA tournament, three different players have led Kentucky in scoring, while eight have scored 10 or more in a game during the run to the Final Four. The five-point favorites that the Wildcats are against the Badgers matches the lowest total they've been favored by this season.
Coach: Bo Ryan, 14th season (191-69).
Entry: Big Ten tournament champion.
Key player: Sr. forward Frank Kaminsky (18.7 ppg, 8.0 rpg, 2.7 apg).
Notable: The Badgers are the country's most efficient offense, averaging 1.22 points per possession — Kentucky is ninth at 1.156. That offense, which helped the Badgers set a program record for wins in a season (35), is powered by three players who'd lead Kentucky in points per game: Frank Kaminsky, Sam Dekker (13.9) and Nigel Hayes (12.4). Kaminsky, named the AP player of the year, is averaging 22.8 points and 8.3 boards per game during the tournament, which has helped the Badgers average 80.5 points per game in that time.