Local Talent on Display at NCAA Tourneys | 10th Year Seniors
by RENALDO DORSETT WITH the stage set for the 2014 Battle 4 Atlantis, this year's event will include eight of the top NCAA men's basketball programmes and for the first time Bahamian players on the floor which should lead to one of the most successful editions to date. The eight-team field will feature the North Carolina Tar Heels, Georgetown Hoyas, UCLA Bruins, Florida Gators, Wisconsin Badgers, Oklahoma Sooners, UAB Blazers and Butler Bulldogs. The tournament tips off on Wednesday (November 26) when the Tar Heels will face the Bulldogs at 12pm. The second game of the tournament should be of particular note to the Bahamian public as it will feature a matchup of Bahamian players competing for their respective universities in the B4A for the first time. Buddy Hield and the Oklahoma Sooners will face Wannah Bail and the UCLA Bruins at 2pm. For the Sooners, Hield is headed into his junior season as the team's leading scorer and first round NBA draft prospect. Hield finished the regular