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North Carolina finds redemption, beats Gonzaga to win National Title - Apr 4, 2017


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Isaiah Hicks
The coldest man in college basketball was the hero on Monday night. North Carolina's Isaiah Hicks (6'9''-F-94) had missed 15 of the first 17 shots that he took in the Final Four. He made the last four, including a basket with 25 seconds left on the clock to give North Carolina a 68-65 lead. One possession earlier, with 1:25 left in the game, Gonzaga's star point guard and all-american Nigel Williams-Goss (6'3''-G-94) rolled his right ankle. On the ensuing possession, after the Zags used a time out, he missed a pull-up jumper and after Hicks bucket, Williams-Goss had a shot blocked by Kennedy Meeks. On the previous two possessions, Williams-Goss had scored. North Carolina would go on to win 71-65, earning a national title almost a year to the day after they had their hearts broken by Kris Jenkins' buzzer-beating, title-winning three. The story of the game ended up being the referees. There 43 fouls were called on the night, 26 of them coming in the second half. Both teams were in the bonus with 14 minutes left in the second half, a half where there were 23 fouls called in the first 15 minutes and every big man on the floor played their way into foul trouble. It took all the rhythm out of the game and played a pretty big role in why neither team was able to find a groove offensively. At one points, with seven minutes left in the half, the two teams had combined to shoot 11-for-42 from the floor. Hicks changed the game in the second half. He had spent the first 60 minutes of the Final Four playing abysmal basketball, shooting 2-for-17 from the floor while shooting with the kind of confidence that Karl Malone with have. Three minutes into the second half, he committed an awful turnover that ended an 8-0 North Carolina run and set the Zags up for an 8-0 run of their own, a surge that ended what felt like a game-changing swing of momentum at the start of the second half. But Hicks finally found the rhythm down the stretch. He had three huge buckets midway through the half, a stretch where North Carolina's offense went ice cold, and scored the bucket to put the Tar Heels up three with 25 seconds left. Josh Perkins was averaging 5.2 points and shooting 34.8 percent from the floor in the first five games of the NCAA tournament, but his play buoyed Gonzaga in the first half, scoring 13 points - more than he's scored in any game since Feb. 23rd, a total he eclipsed just twice since Christmas - and helping Gonzaga jump out to an early nine-point lead, but he Zags, overall, did not play all that well in the first 20 minutes. They entered the break up just 35-32 despite the fact that Berry and Jackson combined to shoot just 5-for-16 from the floor; Jackson was 0-for-6 from three. As a team, the Tar Heels posted their second-worst shooting first half of the season at 30.6 percent; the loser was their blowout loss at Miami in February. North Carolina did, however, win the battle of the big men in the first half, as both Przemyslaw Karnowski (7'1''-C-93) and Zach Collins (7'0''-F-97) picked up two fouls in the first 20 minutes. Przemyslaw Karnowski went 0-for-4 in the half, turning the ball over three times, while Zach Collins lasted all of eight minutes before getting into foul trouble. Meeks, fresh off his 25-point, 14-rebound performance against Oregon in the Final Four, had just four points and five boards and Hicks' struggles continued, as he went 1-for-5 in the half, but getting the Gonzaga bigs out of the game is what opened up the offensive glass and allowed UNC to get back into the game. The Tar Heels had three offensive boards in the first 16 minutes; they had five in the final four and took the lead back within the first 30 seconds of the second half.
Courtesy of: nbcsports.com   




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Four-star forward commits to Ohio State - 1 day ago
Ohio State is on the board with regards to the 2018 recruiting class, as Chris Holtmann 's program received a much-needed verbal commitment from four-star forward Jaedon LeDee. The 6-foot-9 Houston native announced his decision via his Twitter account Tuesday afternoon. In receiving a verbal commitment from LeDee, Ohio State beat out California, Houston, Iowa State, LSU, Oklahoma, Texas A&M and UCLA. The Buckeyes hosted LeDee for his official visit the weekend of September 9, which coinci...   [read more]
Four-star forward commits to Wake Forest - 1 day ago
Danny Manning added another four-star recruit to his 2018 recruiting class. Isaiah Mucius(6'7''-F), a 6-foot-7 forward, committed to Wake Forest on Monday evening, giving the Demon Deacons another top-rated prospect alongside top-25 prospect Jaylen Hoard in 2018. 'I'd like to thank my family and my friends for having my back throughout all the tough times and good times,' Mucius said in a social media post. 'I'd like to thank all the college coaches that recruited me through this process...   [read more]
Vanderbilt lands commitment from Aaron Nesmith - 1 day ago
Vanderbilt landed their first commitment in the Class of 2018 with four-star wing Aaron Nesmith. Nesmith is a native of South Carolina, and the Commodores beat out South Carolina for his services. At 6-foot-6, Nesmith is the kind of defensive presence and athlete that Vandy will need to replace Jeff Roberson, who will be graduating this season. This is a critical class for Bryce Drew, who is squarely in the mix for five-star guards Darius Garland and Romeo Langford   [read more]


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