College Basketball's Major All-Conference Teams Midway Through League Play

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College Basketball's Major All-Conference Teams Midway Through League Play
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Conference play is more than 50 percent complete and Selection Sunday is less than six weeks away, but we want to take a look back over the last three months to figure out which players and coaches would be on their all-conference teams if the season ended today.

Consider it something of a combination between a Wooden Watch and an all-star ballot.

We've got all of the sensational, scintillating superstars that everyone is talking about. You know, the Marcus Smarts, the Jabari Parkers, the Andrew Wiggins and the Doug McDermotts of the world.

But we've also recognized a lot of players who have hardly received any national press. You won't find K.J. McDaniels, Terran Petteway, Delon Wright, Markus Kennedy, Jarvis Summers or anyone from the non-majors all-conference team on any sort of list of Wooden Award candidates, but you better believe they're among the 50 best players in the country.

 

All statistics courtesy of KenPom.com and ESPN.com and are current through the start of play on Tuesday, Feb. 4.

On the following slides, PPG = points per game, RPG = rebounds per game, APG = assists per game, SPG = steals per game and BPG = blocks per game.

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