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Justin Jackson's special season leading Tar Heels

Justin Jackson scored a game-high 20 points as No. 10 North Carolina routed No. 14 Virginia to remain in contention for one of the NCAA's No. 1 seeds.

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Bryce Alford gets tough and-1 layup to fall in win (0:31)
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Ball's dad doubles down saying son better than Curry (0:30)
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Kentucky wins tough test over Georgia

Despite 36 points from Georgia's J.J. Frazier, Kentucky was able to edge out the Bulldogs in a narrow victory at Stegeman Coliseum.

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Calipari fired up over Gottfried being fired midseason (0:45)
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Kansas stops Baylor on last play for narrow win (0:54)
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Ragin' Cajuns win on half-court buzzer-beater (0:31)
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Miles Jr. finishes with putback dunk in 2OT win (0:30)
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No. 8 Louisville wins wild one vs. Virginia Tech, 94-90 (0:36)
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Judging the best college dunks of the season (2:59)
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Williams coaching style a balancing act (2:03)
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Armchair bracketologists, beware: The numbers lie (1:09)
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Gottfried feels NC State still has great basketball to play (2:22)
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UCLA's stars ready for rematch with USC (3:04)
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Bracketology: Being the Big Ten

Wisconsin might be No. 11 in the polls, but that's not translating to a high seed. The Badgers' spot as a 5-seed is just the latest example of the struggles of life in the Big Ten.

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Early bracket released, Zags keep rolling

Andy Katz and Seth Greenberg weigh in on Gonzaga's win over St. Mary's, the struggles of Indiana and more. Plus, NCAA Tournament Selection Committee Chair Mark Hollis covers the early look at the bracket.

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Ball's dad doubles down saying son better than Curry

LaVar Ball, Lonzo's father, repeats his statement that he believes that his son is better than Steph Curry.

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Who were the Saturday Stars?

SEC Now's Dari Nowkhah, Daymeon Fishback and Antoine Walker discuss the best performances from Saturday's slate of games.

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Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Three of Virginia's six worst offensive performances this season have come in its last three games.

Ball denies Boatwright with a huge block

UCLA's Lonzo Ball rejects USC's Bennie Boatwright with an emphatic block at the rim.

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C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Virginia was second in ACC play shooting 39.6% from 3-point range. That's going to take a dip after tonight. Wahoos now sit at 0-15 from behind the arc. If they fail to make one, it would mark the second time this season (missed all 10 against St. Francis-Brooklyn).

Hicks' monster dunk has UNC rolling

Isaiah Hicks gets the pass in the lane and throws down the powerful two-handed slam as No. 10 North Carolina is routing No. 14 Virginia in the second half.

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C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Surprising thing about this game is North Carolina, which leads the nation in offensive rebound percentage & 2nd chance points (18.4 per game), has only six offensive rebounds and three 2nd chance points, yet lead Virginia by 15

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

To say Justin Jackson is in a rhythm feels like it's understating how well he's playing. Now has 10 of Carolina's 22 points on 3-4 FG -- all 3pointers

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Virginia wasting no time coming with big on big double teams. Carolina's Kennedy Meeks & Isaiah Hicks have handled them so far without turning the ball over, but UVa has accomplished its goal by not allowing them to get comfortable on the blocks