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Despite a poor performance on Saturday night against Wichita State, Louisville still enters Monday's title game as a four-point favorite. Louisville has won all four of their tournament games by at least four points.
On Sunday, Michigan guard Trey Burke was named the Naismith Player of the Year. He is the first Wolverine to ever take home the award.
While Michigan attempts to win the 2013 National Championship on Monday night, the star of their last Final Four team Chris Webber won't be in attendance. Webber hasn't been in touch with any of his ex-Wolverine teammates prior to Monday.
Four games in Auburn Hills, Mich., highlight Thursday's NCAA Tournament schedule, with two local teams taking the court as well. Michigan State will tip-off at 12:15 against Valparaiso and Michigan will play South Dakota State Thursday night.
For the Detroit Pistons, the most likely player to be traded before Thursday's deadline seems to be backup point guard Will Bynum. The Oklahoma City Thunder are believed to be a potential suitor.
Michigan will try to improve to 15-0 on Sunday, when they host the Iowa Hawkeyes at the Crisler Center. The Wolverines beat Northwestern 94-66 in their Big Ten opener on Thursday.
With a big win over the Miami Heat on Friday night, the Detroit Pistons are slowly moving up the Central Division standings. Detroit has won three of their last four games.
Heading into this year's Little Caesars Pizza Bowl, most experts seem to like Western Kentucky to defeat Central Michigan. The game will be played on Wednesday, December 26 at 7:30 p.m. ET.
The Detroit Pistons broke a six-game losing streak on Friday night, cruising to a 100-68 victory over Washington. It was the Pistons first win since Dec. 8 against Cleveland.
The Detroit Pistons will look to bounce back from a devastating loss to the Nets, when they host the Indiana Pacers Saturday night. Game-time is set for 7:30 p.m. EST.