Bleacher Report's 2013-14 College Basketball All-American, All-Conference Picks

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Bleacher Report's 2013-14 College Basketball All-American, All-Conference Picks
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Doug McDermott made it easy.

After leading the nation in scoring with 26.5 points per game and surpassing the 3,000-point mark for his career, the Creighton senior was the obvious choice for the Bleacher Report National Player of the Year award.

After that, though, picking our All-American and all-conference teams became tough.

Who should fill the final first-team All-American slot, Russ Smith or Nick Johnson? Did Andrew Wiggins deserve to be named Big 12 Player of the Year after no-showing a handful of games? Who was the country’s most-improved player? What about the best sixth man? And the the best coach?

OK, Gregg Marshall made that one easy, too.

After debating and poring over stats for more than three hours at The Peanut and Kansas City (we included a 30-minute break for wings and BLTs) colleague C.J. Moore and I finally came to an agreement on the best and brightest of the 2013-14 season.

Included in this slideshow is the Bleacher Report All-American team as well as the all-league squad for each of the country's top conferences.

We’re sure you’ll agree with some of our picks. Others, maybe not so much. But that’s what makes it fun.

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