• Louisville passer: Rick Pitino's best passer is not a guard. Rather, the Cardinals' best passer and playmaker is junior forward Terrence Williams. A stunning athlete, Williams shoots almost half of his shots from 3-point territory and spends precious little time at the free-throw line, but the young man knows how to pass the ball. Already, Williams has had two triple-doubles (Hartford and Seton Hall) and averages five assists per game to rank among the Big East leaders. If Williams could add a mid-range game and begins to attack the basket with his athleticism, he can be a special player. If he continues to shoot only perimeter jumpers, he is limiting his effectiveness. There are not many players with his size and strength that can pass so well.
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Jay Bilas provides expert color commentary from courtside on college basketball games and serves as a studio analyst and as the co-host of ESPN's popular studio shows "College GameDay" and "College Gamenight." He also writes for ESPN.com and contributes numerous reports for "SportsCenter." Since 2003, Bilas has provided in-depth player scouting and analysis for ESPN's coverage of the NBA draft.