MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA - APRIL 08: Braxton Key #2 of the Virginia Cavaliers handles the ball on offense against the Texas Tech Red Raiders in the first half during the 2019 NCAA men's Final Four National Championship game.
Virginia started off this year's tournament with a pair of decisive wins against No. 16 seed Gardner-Webb in the first round and against No. 9 seed Oklahoma in the second round. "It's a goal we started out with at the beginning of the season".
Then with 14 seconds left, UVA's Deandre Hunter drained a clutch 3-pointer, tying the score and sending the game to overtime. To finish off the frontcourt, Moretti has posted averages of 10.6 points, two assists and 2.8 rebounds per game over the course of the tournament so far.
Texas Tech (31-6) and Virginia (34-3) are both vying for the first national championship in men's basketball for their programs. Then, they beat Purdue in the Elite Eight when the game looked lost, and did the same against Auburn on Saturday - getting bailed out by a foul call and Kyle Guy's three free throws with 0.6 seconds left. "He just relaxed and played his game".
The Virginia Cavaliers are the college basketball national champions, following a thrilling 85-77 overtime win over Texas Tech.
According to Darren Rovell, the guy did hedge, but we are not sure what he went home with. Guy, who finished with 24 points, made four free throws in the last two minutes, 45 seconds of overtime.
Texas Tech's Davide Moretti, center, loses the ball under pressure from Virginia's De'Andre Hunter, right, as Kyle Guy closes in.
More than 2:30 after initiating replay, officials reversed the call on the floor and awarded the ball to Virginia. "To be able to redeem all that, and give this program something that's never happened before is all that I could ever want".Читайте также: Americans killed by bomb in Afghanistan
The game didn't appear to be headed for a classic as Texas Tech crawled out of the blocks and was down 17-7 after 10 minutes.
They took a 25-21 lead, their biggest of the night, on a shot from senior guard Matt Mooney. "We just came up a little bit short, but give Virginia credit". "We said, 'No.' I think to win $300K is pretty good".
However, there certainly was sentiment that the Red Raiders were denied a chance to make the ending of the national title game more hair-raising because of an excessively hairsplitting use of slow-motion video.
"I'm just thinking this is a dream come true, and it's even more than that because you never even imagine you'll be able to spend a year with people you actually love, your teammates and your coaches", Jerome said.
By Monday night, Guy and the Cavaliers had the final word.
"You have a scar, and it reminds you of that, but it's a memory, " Bennett said.
Thirty years later, Bennett turned the Cavaliers into contenders again, but they always underachieved once the calendar turned to March.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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