Pac-12 Tournament 2013 Bracket: X-Factors That Will Decide Conference Champion
The Pac-12 tournament gets underway on Wednesday with the opening-round games. Play continues every day through the championship game on Saturday night.
Throughout the season, no Pac-12 team has really separated itself from the rest of the conference. Teams like Oregon, California, UCLA and Arizona have established themselves as favorites, but the rest of the conference isn't far behind.
The bracket for the tournament is as follows and can be found here:
Richard Solomon, F, California
In those 11 games, Solomon has averaged 9.2 points and 6.7 rebounds per outing to improve his season averages to 8.4 points and 6.5 rebounds. If he plays well in the tournament and adds another scoring threat for the Bears, they could be hard to stop.
Kevin Parrom, F, Arizona
Parrom has the type of leadership that is so crucial in tournament play. His ability to level the team and stay composed will determine how far Arizona advances. The team will also need to get strong play out of their other senior leaders, Mark Lyons and Solomon Hill.
Arsalan Kazemi, F, Oregon
Kazemi has been huge for Oregon this year; the senior forward has averaged 9.3 points and 9.6 rebounds per game. Over the last five games, Kazemi is averaging 11.6 points while adding 9.4 rebounds per game. His improved scoring and consistent rebounding could take Oregon deep in the Pac-12 tournament.
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