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2020 FINAL FOUR

2020 NCAA® FINAL FOUR®

MERCEDES-BENZ SUPERDOME | ATLANTA | APR 3 - 6

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Reese’s Final Four Friday

WHEN: Friday, April 3
WHERE: Mercedes-Benz Stadium
COST: FREE and open to the public

The big game is close, like inches away close! Reese's Final Four Friday is loads of fun for the entire family and admission is FREE. Check out each of the Final Four teams in their final open practice before Saturday’s national semifinal games. Be sure to stick around for the Reese's College All-Star Game in the afternoon.

There’s always an exciting atmosphere during Reese’s Final Four Friday. The event is highlighted with special programming and tributes throughout the practices.  

2020 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
10 a.m. Doors Open
10:20 a.m. INFINITI Hardwood Heroes Game
11 a.m. Open Team Practice
Noon Open Team Practice
1 p.m. Open Team Practice
1 - 2 p.m. All-Star Team Autographs
2 p.m.  Open Team Practice 
3:35 - 5:30 p.m. Reese's College All-Star Game

* All times local and subject to change. 

WHEN: Friday, April 5 

WHERE: U.S. Bank Stadium

COST: FREE admittance to the public

 

On April 5 two teams of cancer survivors will play on the same floor as Final Four participants at the Final Four Venue to raise awareness in the fight to end cancer. The game, open to both the media and the public, is in its third year and is an event resulting from INFINITI’s long-standing partnership with Coaches vs. Cancer®, the American Cancer Society, the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), the NCAA and CBS/Turner. 

The teams will be formed in February when INFINITI invited 14 young men and women who have survived cancer to join a basketball team to raise awareness for Coaches vs. Cancer. After three days of tryouts and practice, the players will be divided into two teams.  

Now in its ninth year as a Corporate Partner of the NCAA, INFINITI has pledged to make donations to Coaches vs. Cancer totaling $700,000 through its Round by Round brackets on CBSSports.com/infiniti. For each correct pick made by a fan in a Round by Round bracket, INFINITI will donate more money to cancer research.

 

 

 2019 REESE’S® Division I EAST ALL-STARS (black)
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. College / Hometown
2 Matt Morgan G 6-2 180 Cornell
4 Ahmed Cavar G 6-2 175 Old Dominion
10 B.J. Stith G 6-5 205 Old Dominion
12  Vasa Pusica G 6-5 210 Northeastern
14  Alex Copeland G 6-3 175

Yale

20 James Palmer, Jr. G 6-6 210 Nebraska
22 Jarrell Brantley F 6-7 255

College of Charleston

24 Devontae Cacok F 6-7 240 UNC Wilmington
30 Cameron Jackson F 6-8 250 Wofford
32 Jessie Govan C 6-10 255 Georgetown
           
Head Coach: Nate Robinson
2019 REESE’S® Division I WEST ALL-STARS (orange)
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. College / Hometown
1 Galen Robinson, Jr. G 6-1 190 Houston
3 Chris Clemons G 5-9 180 Campbell
5 Corey Davis, Jr. G 6-1 190 Houston
11 Barry Brown G 6-3 195 Kansas State
13  Shizz Alston, Jr. G 6-4 180 Temple
15 Cameron Young G 6-6 205 Quinnipiac
21 Jordan Murphy F 6-6 250 Minnesota
23 Nick Perkins C 6-8 225 Buffalo
25 Drew McDonald F 6-8 25- Northern Kentucky
31 Josh Sharma C 7-0 230 Stanford
Head Coach: Jason Terry

EAST ALL-STARS – BLACK JERSEY

VASA PUSICA (Northeastern)
Pusica was an NABC first team All-district selection and a All-CAA first team selection. He averaged 17.4 points per game, 4.1 assists per game and 3.8 rebounds per game average while making 40 steals and shooting .482 from the field as well as .399 from deep and .837 from the line in 27 games. 

MATT MORGAN (Cornell)
Morgan was an NABC first team All-district selection and first team All-Ivy League selection. He averaged 22.2 points, 4.5 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.4 steals while shooting 51 percent from the floor, 43 percent from 3-point range and 86 percent from the free-throw line while starting all 31 games for the Big Red. He is the second leading scorer in Ivy League history and Cornell’s all-time leading scorer with 2,333 points.

B.J. STITH (Old Dominion)
Stith, who was named the 2018-19 Conference USA Player of the Year to go along with First Team All-League and NABC All-District First Team honors, led ODU in scoring and rebounding this season. His 7.5 rebounds per contest ranked 6thin the C-USA, while his 16.8 points per outing ranked 8th in the league. Stith’s 6.1 defensive rebounds per game ranked 3rd in Conference USA, while his 84.7% free-throw percentage led the team, was 5th in the conference and 66th in the NCAA. He recorded 11 double-doubles this season, which was the 2nd most in the C-USA and ranked 47th in the country. His 1206:07 (34:50 mpg) total minutes played ranked 49th in the nation. Stith averaged 2.0 3PT FG made per game, which ranked 13th in the league. He also connected on 36.9% from deep, which ranked 15th in Conference USA.
 
JOHN KONCHAR (Fort Wayne)
Kochard was named to the NABC All-District First Team. He led the Summit League in assists per game (5.4), steals per game (1.97) and field goal percentage (54.6). He was second in the league in points per contest at 19.5. Konchar recorded the Summit League Tournament's first-ever triple double with 18 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists vs. South Dakota in the Quarterfinals. He earned his fourth straight All-Summit League First Team award. For his career, he became the first student-athlete in NCAA Division I men's basketball history to record 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds, 500 assists and 200 steals.
 
JARRELL BRANTLEY (College of Charleston)
Brantley was an All-CAA first team selection and a NABC All-district second team selection. He ranked third all-time in career scoring (1,914 points), fourth all-time in career rebounding (967), 10th all-time in career steals (150) and 11th all-time in career blocked shots (85). He became the fifth all-time player in program history to record at least 1,500 points and 800 rebounds in a career. Brantley made 120 career starts, 47 career dunks, recorded 36 career double-doubles and scored in double figures in 103-of-123 career games played. He also registered 20-or-more points in 32 games and 30-or-more points in one game – a career-high 30 points versus Drexel on Feb. 10, 2018. Brantley was named to the 2019 CAA All-Tournament Team.
 
JESSIE GOVAN (Georgetown)
Govan was an All-BIG EAST first team selection and well as being named to the NABC All-district second team. He led the Hoyas with 17.5 points per game and 7.5 rebounds per game, Govan shot nearly 50.0 percent from the floor and 41.2 percent from downtown. He added 1.2 assists and 1.2 blocks per game as well. Govan was selected to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll nine times this season. He concluded his career at Georgetown ranking 12th all-time in scoring (1,664), seventh in rebounding (842) and 11th in blocked shots (140).
 
AHMAD CAVER (Old Dominion)
Caver, who was named to the Conference USA All-First Team, as well as the NABC All-District First Team, led ODU in assists, steals and minutes played. His 1316:43 total minutes played ranks third in the NCAA and 1st in the C-USA; while, he also became the program leader for career minutes logged. His 193 assists (5.5 apg) this season ranked 24thin the country and 3rd in the league, while his 2.54 assist to turnover ratio ranked 37th in the nation and 2nd in the C-USA. Caver’s 119 free-throws made ranked 4th in the league and his 196 field-goals made ranked 6th in Conference USA. He averaged 16.6 points per outing, which was 9th most in the conference. Caver drilled 70 three-pointers this season, which was the 13th most in Conference USA and his 1.43 steals per game ranked 14th in the C-USA.
 
CAMERON JACKSON (Wofford)
Jackson was a Southern Conference first team selection as he averaged 14.5 points and a team-high 7.6 rebounds per game while leading the team with 35 blocks and 52 steals. Wofford had the best season in program history finishing 30-5 and advancing to the second round of the NCAA tournament after winning the conference tournament.
 
DEVONTAE CACOK (UNC Wilmington)
Cacok was named to the Colonial Athletic Conference (CAA) and to the NABC All-district first team for the second straight season. He closed out his storied career with the Seahawks by scoring 1,593 points and grabbing 1,263 rebounds in 129 appearances. He's the school's career rebounding leader and ranks fourth all-time in scoring. Cacok led all NCAA Division I players in field goal percentage as a sophomore in 2016-17 and rebounds per game as a junior in 2017-18. He currently tops the land with 24 double-doubles.

JAMES PALMER, JR. (Nebraska)
Palmer was a third team All-Big Ten selection as he led the team with 19.7 points to go with 4.2 rebounds per game. He was second on the team with 67 three-pointers and 107 assists while leading the team with 52 steals. Palmer finished his senior year with Nebraska season records for points (708), free throws attempted (282), free throws made (215) and minutes played (1,269). Palmer also finished with the second-highest career scoring average in Husker history (18.5 points per game).
 
WEST ALL-STARS – ORANGE JERSEY

CHRIS CLEMONS (Campbell)
Clemons, the Big South Player of the Year, was named an NABC All-district first team selection for the second straight season. Clemons concluded his career as the third all-time leading scorer in NCAA Division I history with 3,225 points in 130 games. He also finished fifth on the all-time D1 list with 444 career 3-point field goals. In addition, he set Big South Conference and school career records for scoring average (24.8), field goals (1024) and free throws (733). He scored in double figures in 115-consecutive games to tie the NCAA all-time record set by Lionel Simmons of La Salle from 1987-90. The nation's leading scorer (30.1), Clemons set school and Big South season records for scoring average, points (993), free throws (246) and 3-pointers made (139).  Clemons scored more than 20 points 31 times in 33 games during his senior year, including 15 games of 30 or more and four of 40-plus points.
 
CORY DAVIS, JR. (Houston)
Davis was American Athletic Conference and an NABC first team selection leading the Cougars to the Sweet 16 and 33-4 record. He led the team with 17 points per game to go with 3.3 rebounds per game. He was second on the team with 111 3-pointers, 103 assists and 38 steals.
 
GALEN ROBINSON, JR. (Houston)
Robinson averaged eight points and 3.1 rebounds per game for the Cougars this season. He led the team with 183 assists and 48 steals leading the Cougars to the Sweet 16 and 33-4 record.
 
NICK PERKINS (Buffalo)
Perkins was a MAC and NABC All-district first team selection as he averaged 14.4 points and team-high 7.3 rebounds per game. He was named the league’s Sixth Man of the Year for the third straight season.
 
DREW MCDONALD (Northern Kentucky)
McDonald, the Horizon League Player of the Year, was a NABC All-district first team selection. He averaged 18.7 points and 9.4 rebounds and totaled 95 assists in helping the Norse to the Horizon League Tournament championship. He also became NKU's all-time leading scorer and rebounder with 2,066 points and 1,081 rebounds, respectively. McDonald is just one of five active players with at least 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds, and he is tied for seventh among active players with 48 career double-doubles.  
 
JORDAN MURPHY (Minnesota)
Murphy was an All-Big Ten media and All-NABC first team selection for the Golden Gophers. One of the most accomplished players in school history, Murphy led the Big Ten in rebounding with 11 boards per game, ranking fifth nationally, and was second in the country and conference leader with 21 double-doubles. Murphy is second on the Gophers scoring 14.4 points per game including 24 games with 10 or more points this season and five 20-plus scoring efforts. He has started every game this season and is second on the team in field goal shooting (48.7 percent) and blocks (29) while ranking third in assists (93). Murphy is the Gophers' second all-time leading scorer with 1,802 career points, and is the school's leading rebounder with 1,307 boards, second all-time in Big Ten history. His 67 career double-doubles is also a school record and second in Big Ten history.

CAMERON YOUNG (Quinnipiac)
Young was named the MAAC Player of the Year and to the NABC All-district first tea. He finished his Quinnipiac career with 1,350 total points in 70 games for the Bobcats – setting a new career program record by averaging 19.3 points per game. He posted a Quinnipiac Division I single-season program record 728 points in 2018-19, also good for the third-most points in a season across all levels. He recorded 23.5 points, 5.1 rebounds and 1.9 assists per contest in 2018-19. The graduate student scored a MAAC-record 55 total points, leading Quinnipiac men's basketball past Siena, 107-100, in triple overtime on Feb. 17. Young's 55 points are the most of any student-athlete in the NCAA so far in 2018-19, and also sets a Quinnipiac Division I program record. The graduate guard shot 15-for-24 from the floor, grabbing 10 rebounds in 53+ minutes played.
 
BARRY BROWN (Kansas State)
Brown was an All-Big 12 and NABC All-district first team selection as he led the team with 14.6 points per game while grabbing 4.1 rebounds per game. He led the Wildcats with 65 steals and was as second on the team with 96 assists.

SHIZZ ALSTON JR. (Temple)
Alston, a first team All-American Athletic Conference selection, had a record-setting season as he led the AAC in scoring (19.7 ppg) and free throw percentage with a school record .908. He also set a Temple record by making a three-pointer in 44 straight games, becoming the first TU player to make a three in every game during a season. Alston made 99 three-pointers this season, third best on Temple's all-time list. Alston scored 1,597 career points and dished 418 assists, ranking eighth all-time at Temple.
 
JOSH SHARMA (STANFORD)
Sharma, a seven-foot, 230-pound center, was Stanford’s top rebounder with 7.1 rpg with a high of 18 against Long Beach State. He was also third on the team in scoring (10.ppg) and had 42 blocks.
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