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Who will stop the Arkansas Razorbacks basketball team?

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Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports

Mike Anderson, who coaches the Arkansas Razorbacks, now has a lethal threat in the back court. The Razorbacks have had success lately with getting fresh legs and new faces.  B.J. Young and Mardacus Wade  are extremely streaky on the perimeter; both these two talented players have the ability to establish this team as a contender to get into the big dance.

They now have Moses Kingsley as well, who is a beast in the paint. The Razorbacks need a center that will produce numbers and take the pressure off the guards. Moses has been working hard on his post game and has been showing improvement. Coach Anderson knows what it takes to get to the top. He can finally run more of an up tempo type of offense.

This offense can be very difficult to handle. They have many talented players that have potential to become the best in the nation, and the Razorbacks should be ranked top ten in team defense. Kingsley has the ability to get critical rebounds when necessary and his leadership on the court, will improve other players.

Every player will adapt to their roles on this team. Doing too much could cause them to lose games, but doing just enough will help them build their chemistry. Together as a whole, Arkansas has a chance to be playing for a National title.

If they decrease their turnovers, which ironically this school is known for, then they will have a chance to win their conference. The 2013-2014 season, will be something to look forward to.

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