By Mike DeCourcy, Sporting News: If March is a guard’s game in college basketball, as the great Denny Crum insisted on so many occasions, then all the other months have come to belong to the big fellas.
An era of NBA basketball that has diminished the importance of height at the sport’s highest level has led to more players who are classified as “bigs” now remaining in college for longer and accomplishing more.
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College basketball was long dominated by guard play, but that is no longer the case if you look at the Sporting News All-America team. Experienced big men are plentiful among our three teams for the 2022-23 season.
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