Pac-12 basketball has been pretty nondescript this season.
The league has been good but not great. The Pac-12 will send five or six teams to the NCAA tournament, but only one, Arizona, will likely get a top-four seed.
From a talent standpoint, the same could be said. The conference has plenty of good players but few great ones. Currently, UCLA’s Shabazz Muhammad is the only player in the league projected to be a first-round pick in the next NBA draft, according to DraftExpress.com.
As is the case with every conference, there have been some disappointments along the way, with the lack of an elite team being one.
Here are the 10 biggest disappointments of the season in the Pac-12.