How to beat each Final Four team

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Despite a topsy-turvy NCAA tournament, we arrive in San Antonio with four 30-win teams — and while there’s a clear favorite and a clear underdog, all four teams have a legitimate chance to cut down the nets on Monday night.

The Final Four teams have combined for 129 wins and just 23 losses, but what’s the best way to beat each one?

How would a team slow down the outside shooting of Villanova? How can you stop Devonte’ Graham? Is there an easy way to score on Michigan? Why has Loyola-Chicago caused so many problems this month?

We went to the best sources to attempt to answer those questions and more: opposing coaches.


Why they’re so good: It starts with All-American point guard Jalen Brunson, one of the favorites for the Wooden Award. Although Oklahoma’s Trae Young put up gaudier statistics, Brunson’s numbers were also historically efficient. He’s not insanely athletic and doesn’t possess eye-popping quickness, but opponents have yet to figure out a way to consistently stop

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