Saint Louis Billikens Have the Talent To Make Final Four Run
The 2014 NCAA Tournament is so far away that we should not even be talking about it. You know, since the 2013-14 college basketball season hasn’t even tipped off yet. But here we are talking about the Final Four–sort of. With that said, the Saint Louis Billikens have the talent to make a Final Four run in the upcoming season.
Saint Louis will be losing two of its top three leading scorers, but plenty of players will be back and the Billikens will not look completely different. Leading scorer Dwayne Evans (14 PPG) will be returning, which is huge to this team to say the least.
This is a team that is coming off of a 28-win season and an appearance in the dance as a No. 4 seed. That is huge for this program and the same could be the case in the upcoming season. However, it would be nice if Saint Louis does not get upset in the round of 32 this time around.
The Atlantic 10 will be losing some great teams, but it will still have enough to be a great conference. In fact, as good as Saint Louis will be, it may not even win the conference title. Still, the Billikens are stacked with talent and they have a lot of experience which usually goes a long way in college hoops.
This team did win the A 10 regular season title and conference tournament last year.
So although the season hasn’t even started and we have no clue what the matchups will be in the dance–or if Saint Louis will even make the tourney–the Billikens still have the talent to be a Final Four team.
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