https://www.cbssports.com/college-basketball/news/the-teams-players-and-coaches-hit-hardest-by-the-cancellation-of-the-2020-ncaa-tournament/ Gonzaga's best shot to win a title is gone Cruising through the WCC like Gonzaga did -- and always does -- doesn't attract the same attention as when other major conference teams do the same. And that's fair to a point, I guess, considering its conference schedule is significantly weaker than other major conference teams face. But it also slashes Gonzaga's real credentials. This team went 31-2 -- 31-2! -- and people like to discount the Zags as if any team could zombie-walk its way to 31 wins. This team smacked its opponents with an NCAA-leading scoring margin of 19.6 -- a full 4.1 points more than the next team, Dayton, which had a 15.5 scoring margin on the year. Gonzaga's dream team in 2016-17 -- which went to the national championship -- led the NCAA in scoring margin, too, at 21.1. It's possible this team could have done what that team couldn't and cut down the final nets on the season, potentially giving Mark Few the all-time resume bump of a natty. I know this is is the Men's BB forum but: Career of Oregon's Ionescu ends too soon The best player in college basketball this season was arguably Sabrina Ionescu -- the star of the Oregon women's basketball team. A fitting end to a brilliant career would have been leading Oregon to its first-ever women's national title.