Final Four 2016, The Villanova Wildcats Meet Oklahoma Star Buddy Hield

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Team Spread MoneyLine Total
VILLANOVA -2.5 -110 -150 146.5 -110
OKLAHOMA +2.5 -110 +130 146.5 -110

This season we witnessed how one guy gave his best to push his team all the way through the end, making it to the Final Four; of course I’m talking about the Oklahoma sooners and Buddy Hield. While, the Villanova Wildcats showed us what teamwork is about, these five guys were not famous players, but managed to give the fans their first Final Four trip since 2009.

To be fair Hield deserves to take home the Wooden Award, especially after this season, he scored 37 points in the 80-68 victory over Oregon. And in the second he was awesome drilling 8-of-13 shots from deep.

He is an outstanding player, and we are sure he carried OU on his back most of the year, but the Sooners also owes their victories to players like, Isaiah Cousin, Jordan Woodard, and Ryan Spangler.

But nevertheless, we all agree the OU title belongs to Buddy Hield.

Since Dennis Scott, this is the first time a player with a 25 points average makes it into the final weekend. Hields who’s averaging 25.4 points per game this season, will be the first player to make it since 1990.

Even if this is the first time you hear about Buddy, I’m sure it won’t be the last. He is an energetic player with a wide smile and with an amazing love for the game.

In the Wildcats you find players like Josh Hart and Ryan Arcidianco, where the superstar title passes from one player to another.

Things started to make sense after Arcidiacono arrived and surrounded himself with amazing players like Hart, big man Daniel Ochefu, Kris Jenkins,  Jalen Brunson, and reserve Phil Booth, Mikal Bridges and Darryl Reynolds.

Wright & Co couldn’t hide how much he loved this group, and people perception that the program didn’t work as it was supposed to.

These teams faced each other in December at Pearl Harbor, and it didn’t end well for Villanova, they couldn’t make a shot, but kept trying. Sadly the Wildcats finished 4-of-32, and left with a 78-55 defeat.

Let’s see how it goes this year!


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