Poor Scholars NCAA Tournament Buckets Pool Final Scoring

fgcBY POOR SCHOLARS STAFF

The Poor Scholars NCAA Tournament Buckets Pool is over and we have our winner. A breakdown of the final scoring.

1. Troy: 183 points

Pick 4: DeShaun Thomas, Ohio State (43 points)
Pick 13: Russ Smith, Louisville (84 points)
Pick 20: Jeff Withey, Kansas (12 points)
Pick 29: Cleanthony Early, Wichita State (44 points)

2. Danny: 146 points

Pick 5: Seth Curry, Duke (41 points)
Pick 12: Mason Plumlee, Duke (31 points)
Pick 21: Vander Blue, Marquette (28 points)
Pick 28: CJ Fair, Syracuse (46 points)

3. Eli: 122 points

Pick 8: Trey Burke, Michigan (69 points)
Pick 9:  Shane Larkin, Miami (14 points)
Pick 24: Mark Lyons, Arizona (23 points)
Pick 25: Ryan Kelly, Duke (16 points)

4. Pat: 85 points

Pick 2: Cody Zeller, Indiana (10 points)
Pick 15: Kenny Boynton, Florida (20 points)
Pick 18: Tim Hardaway Jr., Michigan (44 points)
Pick 31: Kenny Kadji, Miami (11 points)

5. Scott: 83 points

Pick 7: Gorgui Dieng, Louisville (32 points)
Pick 10: Ramon Galloway, LaSalle (11 points)
Pick 23: Soloman Hill, Arizona (16 points)
Pick 26: Mike Rosario, Florida (24 points)

6. Raj: 71 points

Pick 1: Peyton Siva, Louisville (45 points)
Pick 16: Erik Murphy, Florida (4 points)
Pick 17: Durand Scott, Miami (10 points)
Pick 32: Damyean Dotson, Oregon (12 points)

7. Rambo: 68 points 

Pick 3: Victor Oladipo, Indiana (16 points)
Pick 14: Ben McLemore, Kansas (20 points)
Pick 19: Christian Watford, Indiana (13 points)
Pick 30: Rasheed Sulaimon, Duke (19 points)

7. Alex: 68 points

Pick 6: Aaron Craft, Ohio State (22 points)
Pick 11:  Keith Appling, Michigan State (16 points)
Pick 22:  Travis Releford, Kansas (16 points)
Pick 27:  Sherwood Brown, Florida Gulf Coast (14 points)

 

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2 thoughts on “Poor Scholars NCAA Tournament Buckets Pool Final Scoring

  1. Please send any and all prizes directly to Russ Smith, who single handedly beat half of the pool as a second round pick. Unless the prize is monetary, in which case all prize funds can be directed to me so that my players don’t get into any hot water with the NCAA.

  2. Alex Russell says:

    I may have lost, but Sherwood Brown scored more than or as much as everyone on Miami. SUCH VALUE.

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