NCAA Tournament 2012: Will it be the Wildcats this time?

With the heat of NCAA already on, it seems that no team can stop Kentucky Wildcats to go and grab the national championship trophy this year. The team shows a perfect blend of talent, world-class coaching and an unparalleled teamwork, which has made it to be the favorite team for the NCAA Tournament 2012. Moreover, this year’s tournament seems to be lucky for Head Coach, John Calipari, as it’s the first time he can be sanguine about the certainty of lifting the trophy, unlike previous attempts of failing to do the same even after getting inches close to the title. Let’s look at the reasons for this unparalleled move of the team towards the title.

Wildcats’ trial run: The Wildcats have already tested and proved themselves against elite teams of the nation’s top conferences. The Wildcats defeated gilt-edged teams like Kansas, Louisville, and even North Carolina. Moreover, their 16-0 domination in the SEC conference has boosted them up to get themselves through in the NCAA Tournament 2012.

Flawless squad: The undergrad forward Anthony Davis is being considered to be the nation’s best player, with the perfect blend of offensive attacking and athletic defensive skills. He has a track record of more than 50% shooting accuracy from the floor with his four double-doubles.

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist’s average of a double-doubles per game and amazing shot-blocking skills has boosted the Wildcats’ performance in the past, and hence the confidence prior to NCAA tournament 2012. Moreover, experienced Terrence Jones’s good run in the past few weeks has turned out to be great news for the Wildcats. Kentucky’s unparalleled squad and great run has given the team an edge over other teams in grabbing the title this year.

Team’s consistent form:  After the Wildcats have already made a mark in the SEC conference, it seems that the team has pulled its socks up to get going in the NCAA tournament as well. The team has already dominated the SEC with contiguous winning streak, and an average winning margin of 16.2 points. Moreover, the Wildcats were one of the two teams who crossed the 64 points mark in the conference.

Apart from the aggressive attacking attitude of the team, the team has proved themselves to be equally good in defense too. Kentucky has won 64 games in a row primarily because of their incredible defensive dominance. The team didn’t concede a single point, with opponent shooting 50% from the field. Sounds batty, doesn’t it? Well, it’s the Wildcats’ flawless defense with all their athleticism that needs to be thanked for this awesome performance.

Odds of Wildcats’ win: Kentucky’s form has left critics and fans to fantasize the team lifting the NCAA title this year. It would be very disheartening for the fans of the Wildcats, if the team fails to continue their current streak. The team has to show its comprehensive force at both ends of the floor to assure them to be through in the March Madness. The team has the potential to leave elite teams, like the North Carolina and even Syracuse, behind in the tournament, provided Calipari’s team continues the form.


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