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Xavier's Goodin attacks the rim for powerful dunk.

Quentin Goodin finds a lane to the basket and flushes down a one-handed dunk.

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Hummel: Pickford kept them in the game.

Karl Ravech and Robbie Hummel break down how Northern Iowa advanced past NC State and Tywhon Pickford's huge game.

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Nova's defensive tempo leads to second-half surge.

Jalen Brunson scores 25 points to help No. 5 Villanova stave off Tennessee.

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Northern Iowa shows off ball movement; connects on 3-pointer.

Tywhon Pickford drills the 3-pointer off the dish from Juwan McCloud.

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Berry throws alley-oop to Williams for layup.

North Carolina guard Joel Berry III tosses pass from half court to Kenny Williams for the layup

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Bridges caps off steal with high-flying dunk in transition.

Villanova forward Mikal Bridges gets the steal and takes it the other way for the dunk, giving the Wildcats a nine point lead.

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Mizzou's Porter cleans up offensive glass, rewarded with and-1.

Jontay Porter misses the first shot and grabs his own rebound, finishing through contact and getting the and-1.

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Welsh: Porter established himself at both ends of floor.

Mike Morgan and Tim Welsh break down the performance of Jontay Porter and Missouri's impressive performance in the game.

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Mizzou's Tilmon pads lead with and-1 layup.

Jeremiah Tilmon goes to the basket and gets the hoop and the harm.

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Notre Dame rallies to win Maui Invitational.

The No. 13 Fighting Irish overcome a 16-point deficit to beat the No. 6 Shockers in the final of the Maui Invitational.

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Brey thrilled for his players to win Maui Invitational.

Notre Dame head coach Mike Brey says the leadership on his was the key to their 67-66 upset over Wichita State.

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Geben FTs and Shamet turnover lead to Notre Dame win.

Martinas Geben makes both of his free throws to put the Fighting Irish in the lead and on the last play of the game, Landy Shamet turns the ball over sealing Notre Dame's victory.

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Calipari: Fort Wayne player smart for flop attempt.

Kentucky head coach John Calipari doesn't remember when it happened, but finds humor in the fact Xzavier Taylor trying to draw a foul off of him.

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NC State tops Arizona.

Freshman Braxton Beverly scores 20 points for the Wolfpack in a 90-84 victory against the No. 2 Wildcats.

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USC's Stewart gets a huge putback slam.

Elijah Stewart dunks over a few defenders with a putback slam.

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Richards' double-double fuels Kentucky to win.

Nick Richards records 25 points and 15 rebounds as No. 8 Kentucky tops Fort Wayne 86-67.

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Fort Wayne player tries to draw foul on Calipari.

Xzavier Taylor tries to chase down a loose ball and instinctively flops when he is near Kentucky head coach John Calipari on the sidelines.

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Mississippi State rallies to defeat SFA.

The Bulldogs slide past the Lumberjacks 80-75 to move to 4-0 on the season.

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Kentucky's second half fuels win vs. Fort Wayne 86-67.

The Wildcats shoot 60 percent from the floor and record 44 rebounds in their home win.

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