2013 College Basketball’s Most Valuable Teams

1. Louisville Cardinals

1. Louisville Cardinals

Current Value: $38.5 million
Basketball Profit: $24.6 million
One-Year Change in Value: 7%
Conference: Big East (moving to ACC in 2014)
Head Coach: Rick Pitino

2. Kansas Jayhawks

Current Value: $32.9 million
Basketball Profit: $19.9 million
One-Year Change in Value: 17%
Conference: Big 12
Head Coach: Bill Self

3. North Carolina Tar Heels

Current Value: $32.8 million
Basketball Profit: $19.9 million
One-Year Change in Value: 11%
Conference: ACC
Head Coach: Roy Williams

4. Kentucky Wildcats

Current Value: $32.1 million
Basketball Profit: $19.9 million
One-Year Change in Value: 31%
Conference: SEC
Head Coach: John Calipari

5. Ohio State Buckeyes

Current Value: $23.1 million
Basketball Profit: $13.6 million
One-Year Change in Value: -3%
Conference: Big Ten
Head Coach: Thad Matta

6. Indiana Hoosiers

Current Value: $21.8 million
Basketball Profit: $14.4 million
One-Year Change in Value: -6%
Conference: Big Ten
Head Coach: Tom Crean

7. Wisconsin Badgers

Current Value: $19.8 million
Basketball Profit: $11.5 million
One-Year Change in Value: 15%
Conference: Big Ten
Head Coach: Bo Ryan

8. Arizona Wildcats

Current Value: $19.5 million
Basketball Profit: $12.4 million
One-Year Change in Value: 6%
Conference: Pac-12
Head Coach: Sean Miller

9. Syracuse Orange

Current Value: $19.2 million
Basketball Profit: $11.7 million
One-Year Change in Value: 8%
Conference: Big East (moving to ACC next season)
Head Coach: Jim Boeheim

10. Michigan State Spartans

Current Value: $17.3 million
Basketball Profit: $9.4 million
One-Year Change in Value: 21%
Conference: Big Ten
Head Coach: Tom Izzo

source: Forbes

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