NCAA Tournament 2010: What the Field Would Look Like if Nobody Went Pro

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NCAA Tournament 2010: What the Field Would Look Like if Nobody Went Pro

Following the 2010-2011 NBA season, the collective bargaining agreement is set to run out. If that happens, the NBA could be headed towards a lockout. That possibility might keep a few kids in school one year longer, loading up college basketball with an extra handful of dynamic players.

But what would happen if the NBA forced every player to finish out his four years of college? Entering the 2009-2010 season, players like Kevin Durant, Michael Beasley, Greg Oden, Mike Conley, Derrick Rose, Tyreke Evans, Jonny Flynn, and many more would still be in school.

This slideshow will be a walk down memory lane with the greatest players of the past four years that would still be active today and the teams they play for.

The top 24 teams (top six seed lines) will be ranked, but knowledge of this season and injuries will be taken into account. Taking in account what happened this year with the way the some teams improved will really only affect several teams.

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