College Hoops in the Hands of 'Little' Men As this weekend's men's Final Four plays out in St. Louis, it's more obvious than ever that college basketball has turned into a game dominated at its highest level by smaller players. The most talented bigger players tend to turn pro before getting much college playing time.
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College Hoops in the Hands of 'Little' Men

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College Hoops in the Hands of 'Little' Men

College Hoops in the Hands of 'Little' Men

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As this weekend's men's Final Four plays out in St. Louis, it's more obvious than ever that college basketball has turned into a game dominated at its highest level by smaller players. The most talented bigger players tend to turn pro before getting much college playing time.