There are few things more fun in sports than finding a diamond in the rough.
With so many teams on the landscape and legions of fans (college and pro) looking for any glimmer of hope, college basketball is a perfect landscape for that pursuit. The ever-growing mythology of Steph Curry, who was a relative unknown when he first set foot on campus at Davidson, is proof that great players don't only come from nationally televised programs.
Curry is certainly the exception to the rule, but it shows that talent is out there. A team doesn't even have to be good to have a talented player. In fact, there are some really good players right now playing for some really not-so-great teams.
Why don't we now take a look at the best bad-team stars of this college basketball season. They are ranked based on how good they are and, to a lesser extent, how bad their teams are.