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    Game Theory: NCAA Tournament

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    With the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament being set, both Sam and Chris discuss the brackets. From NBA prospects in DeAndre Ayton of Arizona; Trae Young of Oklahoma; and Marvin Bagley of Duke.

    They go into detail on how the first-round of the tournament will unfold and if there are any nail-biting games which could lead to a shocking or maybe not so shocking upset in the early stages of the tournament.

    Episode recap:

    In this episode, Sam Vecenie is joined by Chris Stone from over at FanSided, where they break down — in pain-staking detail — every NBA prospect matchup in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, and all of their potential favorite matchups that could happen later in the Tournament.

    They start in the South, where Virginia, Kentucky, and Arizona are the standout teams to watch. Then, they move to the West, which seems to be the weakest NBA Draft region. Then, they chat about the East, where Villanova looks to be in for some fun, athletic matchups. Finally, they move to the midwest, where Michigan State-Duke awaits in the Sweet 16.

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