Road to The Final Four: College Basketball’s Deadliest Three-Headed Monsters

Posted by Jameson Fleming on September-22-2009 Add Comments

The NBA has historically been dominated by Big Threes. The Bulls had Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and Dennis Rodman. The Spurs had Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginolbi. The latest tremendous trio dominated in 2008, when Celtics Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen, and Paul Pierce all finally won a title two seasons ago.

College basketball recently hasn't been subject to as many unbeatable terrific threesomes as the pro game, but three-headed monsters have penetrated late into the tournament.

Pittsburgh was one of the best teams in the country behind Sam Young, DeJuan Blair, and Levance Fields. In 2008, UCLA rode Russell Westbrook, Kevin Love, and Darren Collison to the Final Four. Georgetown relied heavily upon Roy Hibbert, Je...

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