The Georgia Bulldogs eventually fell to the third-ranked Michigan State Spartans, but it wasn't without an upset scare thanks to all-world freshman Anthony Edwards. The Atlanta native is a lock to be a top-5 pick in the 2020 NBA Draft, and could even challenge the likes of LaMelo Ball and James Wiseman for the top spot. Late against MSU, he showed a flash of what NBA scouts must see in him.
Now that's called court vision, folks.
Edwards had 33 second-half points of his own, showing exactly what Kentucky is missing after he surprisingly chose Tom Crean and the Dawgs over John Calipari and UK in the last recruiting cycle.
Georgia is an intriguing team in large part due to the services of Edwards. Michigan State got just a preview of what the SEC ought to get used to.