Kentucky 67, Kansas 55: This Wildcats team is no different than most of the teams John Calipari has led to the Final Four. It is built around future pros making only a pit stop in the college game. But he figured something out this time around and found a way to get these players to buy into their roles. When I first watched Michael Kidd-Gilchrist a few years ago, he was the very best player on the floor at a LeBron James camp in Akron. But with Kentucky, he's a glue guy. In high school, Marquis Teague WAS his team's offense. But he's grown into more of an actual point guard, and helps orchestrate the offense. It's reasonable to doubt Calipari's in-game coaching ability compared to the Jayhawks' Bill Self, but the Wildcats are too talented – and have been too well-coached to this point.