NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR JALEN BRUNSON WON’T LET NOVA LOSE!

Jalen Brunson — the 6-3, 190-pound Villanova junior guard from Chicagoland whose father, Rick, a Minnesota Timberwolves assistant, played for John Chaney at Temple — is an emblem both of the modern-day more-than-one-and-done college player and of seriousness.

He plays the game as if he can’t stop studying it, which he can’t. Basketball people persistently refer to the vast range of his capabilities and details, which extend, of course, to being whom Kansas Coach Bill Self called probably Villanova’s best post-up player.

He averages 32 minutes, 52 percent shooting, 41 percent three-point shooting, 80 percent free throw shooting, three rebounds, 4.67 assists, fewer than two turnovers, almost one steal and, of course, other things that numbers can’t manage to convey:

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