Here’s the Associated Press ballot of Kevin Dunleavy (Washington Examiner).
1. Georgetown (23-4)
In last three games, Porter is averaging 27.7 points, 7.0 rebounds, 3.3 steals, and 43 minutes.
2. Duke (25-4)
Blue Devils are 16-0 with Kelly in lineup.
3. Indiana (25-4)
Hoosiers are 6-0 against ranked teams, get two more this week – Ohio State (Tuesday), at Michigan (Sunday).
4. Gonzaga (29-2)
Play Saturday in WCC semifinals in Las Vegas.
5. Kansas (25-4)
Against West Virginia, Withey was one block shy of triple double.
6. Miami (23-5)
It took a career night by Duke’s Kelly (36 points) to trump Larkin (25 points).
7. New Mexico (25-4)
Another Mountain West regular season title for Lobos.
8. Louisville (24-5)
Hancock went 4-for-5 from arc in win at Syracuse.
9. Florida (23-5)
Three road losses in weak SEC have likely cost Gators a shot at No. 1 seed.
10. Michigan (23-5)
Burke made a Wooden Award-worthy play Sunday to beat Michigan State.
11. Kansas State (24-5)
McGruder’s big shot kept Wildcats tied for first with Kansas in Big 12.
12. Michigan St. (22-6)
A week off before playing at Michigan.
13. Oklahoma State (22-6)
Tough week — at Iowa State (Wednesday), Kansas State (Saturday).
14. Saint Louis (23-5)
Eleven game streak is Billikens’ longest in 19 years.
15. Ohio State (21-7)
Winless in four tries against ranked Big Ten teams. Get shot at another Tuesday at Indiana.
16. Marquette (21-7)
Undefeated at home in the Big East for the second straight year.
17. VCU (23-6)
Theus (nine assists, five steals, two blocks, eight points) epitomized Rams’ overwhelming work against Butler.
18. Memphis (25-4)
Memphis-Xavier had that BracketBuster feel.
19. Syracuse (22-7)
Have lost six of their last 10.
20. Arizona (23-6)
Stat sheet-stuffer Hill had nine turnovers in two losses in Los Angeles last week.
21. North Carolina (21-8)
During five-game winning streak, Strickland has 25 assists, three turnovers.
22. Notre Dame (22-7)
Seven straight 20-win seasons for Brey.
23. UNLV (22-7)
Mountain West, Big Ten only conferences where more than half of the teams have won 20 or more games.
24. Pittsburgh (22-7)
D.C. high school products Zanna (McNamara), Taylor (National Christian), Robinson (DeMatha) keyed Senior Day win over Villanova.
25. Oregon (24-6)
When Ducks score at least 65 points in Pac-12 games, they are 12-0. When they don’t they’re 0-4.
Colorado State (22-7)