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USA Today's Steve Weiberg said it best: "All eyes remain focused on Kendall Marshall's wrist."
Marshall's injury (broken right wrist) has been one of the most followed stories during this year's March Madness.
Even if he is able to play today, will North Carolina be able to beat Kansas and advance to the Final Four?
One of the keys to Final Four success is usually great point guard play.
This year will not be an exception.
The two teams that have already punched their ticket for New Orleans (Ohio State and Louisville) have big-time PGs
Aaron Craft may be the best on-ball defender in the college hoops.
During the 2011-12 season, Craft was No. 12 in the nation with 2.4 steals per game.
However, don't think that the 6'2'' sophomore is a one-dimensional role player.
He also averages 8.6 PPG, 3.2 RPG and 4.6 APG.
Craft's 2.2 assists-to-turnover ratio shows that he takes care of the ball at a very high level.
Peyton Siva is regarded as one of the top floor leaders in the nation.
Just a few weeks ago, the six-footer from Seattle was named the 2012 Big East Tournament Most Valuable Player.
Siva is a gritty competitor who averages 9.1 PPG, 3.3 RPG and 5.5 APG.
The list of possible PGs that may join these two in New Orleans is impressive:
- Baylor: Pierre Jackson
- Kentucky: Marquis Teague
- UNC: Kendall Marshall
- Kansas: Tyshawn Taylor
It doesn't matter which of these four also make it to the Final Four. We are in for a real treat when it comes to seeing some of the best floor generals in the country go to war in the Big Easy.