Who are the 2 top teams to watch in 2016 NCAA basketball championship playoffs?

We are once again down to four teams in the NCAA basketball championship playoffs. You probably already have your favorite or are a fan of one of the four. Out of these four teams that made it to the end, we will rank the two top. This ranking is based on what they have done throughout the season.

North Carolina Tar Heels

This team is the top of the top and they are the favorites to win the championship. The attack of the NC Tar Heels is pretty solid.  You have Marcus Paige, who has leveled his game and Brice Johnson, one of the top 10 offense players in the country. 

Justin Jackson is a promising player that will probably become the best NBA player next year. The team was the preseason No. 1 team.  So there you have it, this is one team to put your bets on, hands down.

Oklahoma Sooners

This is the second ranking team. The Oklahoma Sooners have the advantage of having the National Player of the Year within their ranks. Buddy Hield has some pretty impressive numbers.  He averages 24.5 points and 5.7 rebounds.  He has shot 47 percent from the 3-point line.  Hield reminds us of Kemba Walker who made it to the final four in 2011 with UConn.  He still holds some records that Hield is destined to match.

The offense players are notable in the Sooners, and they also have two stars on defense: Khadeem Lattin and Ryan Spangler. They have a very small margin of mistakes and practically zero fouls.

With a conglomerate of great players, this team is primed to go for the win.

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