I agree. Although Dunham still isn't the best defender, he's got amazing range, and has improved his game (as well as his athleticism) drastically during his time at Butler. He's gotten real good at creating his own shot from anywhere on the court, and can play through contact and get to the line. As he's proven a couple of times this year, Dunham is capable of simply taking over games as well. With the NBA though, it's far from a sure thing. Celtics coach Brad Stevens recruited him and his former back court teammate Alex Barlow also works with the Celtics; maybe that's where he'll get his shot in the NBA. Also, a couple more great results for us last night: George Washington, with a few pale faces in the rotation, beat incredibly diverse Seton Hall 72-64. Wake Forest transfer Tyler Cavanaugh has emerged as a good post player for the Colonials, leading them with 16 points and 7 boards. Patricio Garino finished with 8 points and 6 boards, while 6th man Paul Jorgensen finished with 9. Duke absolutely demolished Indiana and their supposed all-world talents to the tune of a 94-74 thrashing. Grayson Allen had a quiet game by his standards, with just 16 points to go with 5 rebounds and 3 assists. Plumlee had 4 points and 5 boards, while Kennard came off the bench for 7 and 4. Indiana plays with 3 white guys, but they're ignored for the most part. Which is odd, considering they play well when they actually get the ball.... Elsewhere in the ACC/Big 10 challenge, Notre Dame picked up a nice win over Illinois, 84-79. Steve Vasturia led the Irish with 21 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists. He's their only white starter, but the 2 guys off the bench in the Irish's 7 man rotation who play 10-20 minutes are both white this year. Combo guard Matt Farrell had 10 points and 4 boards off the bench. Iowa bested Florida State in OT 78-75!! The Hawkeyes still feature three white starters this year. Jarrod Uthoff led Iowa with 15 points and 8 boards. Adam Woodbury had a double double with 11 points and 10 boards. Mike Gesell has 10 points 4 boards, and 3 assists. Marquette demolished HBCU Grambling 95-49. Henry Ellenson had 16 points and 8 boards, while Luke Fischer had 14 points and 6 boards. Wally Ellenson came off the bench for 4 points and 7 boards.