Being over-reliant on a single college basketball player is rarely a good thing.
Over the past five seasons, 107 players have averaged 20.0 points per game or better. Kemba Walker is the only one who led his team to the Final Four.
Variety is the spice of life, and diversity on the scoreboard seems to be a recipe for success.
There's a fine line between leading a team to victory and simply being a good player.
We're not arguing that these 20 stars lack a leadership gene. Rather, we're suggesting that these Batmen don't seem to have the necessary Robins and Alfreds to help them save the world from time to time.