With each Grantland bracket, there comes the unenviable task of paring down our original list to a final group of 32. This is never easy (sorry, Slim Charles), and usually leads to a few readers reminding us whose snub was most notable. This time, it was more than a few (there can only be eight from Duke, guys!). I guess we've learned that, yeah, we really do love to hate.
What the hell happened to Jimmer Fredette? When the Sacramento Kings selected him with the 10th pick in last year’s NBA draft, scouts projected a range of NBA futures for the Naismith Award winner: He could end up a starter, an elite sixth man who provided instant offense, or just a regular rotation player. After a decent first week in the NBA, however, Fredette's game flatlined. There are a couple reasons why Fredette has looked like such a bust this season. For starters, he has struggled with his shot, but the bigger problem has been the Sacramento Kings' decision to play Fredette as a point guard.