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Maye spurs Tar Heels in victory.

Bill Walton and Roxy Bernstein analyze North Carolina's Luke Maye's strong offensive performance against Arkansas.

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Pinson throws down monster slam.

North Carolina's Theo Pinson slams down the huge one-handed dunk to help pad the lead for the Tar Heels.

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Butler's Wideman puts down 2-handed slam.

Aaron Thompson finds Tyler Wideman inside who finishes with sweet two-handed dunk.

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Tennessee masterfully breaks press for and-1 layup.

Tennessee forward Grant Williams gets the pass going down the lane and gets the hoop and the harm.

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Villanova tops Northern Iowa to stay undefeated.

Four of Villanova's starters score in double figures as the Wildcats improve to 6-0 with a 64-50 win over Northern Iowa.

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Washington State seals upset.

Jeff Pollard's layup puts Washington State up five and solidifies the upset of #21 St Mary's.

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Martin proud of Tigers' resiliency.

Missouri head coach Cuonzo Martin discusses his team's 90-82 victory over St. John's.

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Vitale: Villanova can make a lot of noise.

Karl Ravech and Dick Vitale break down how Villanova avoided upsets and the play of Mikal Bridges and Jalen Brunson.

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Huge Paschall block leads to beautiful transition dunk for Nova.

Villanova forward Eric Paschall blocks the layup attempt, which sets up a Donte DiVincenzo dunk on the other end.

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Bank is open for Porter and Missouri.

Jontay Porter's banks home a three to increase the lead for the Tigers.

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Owens rejects Robertson at the rim for St. John's.

Tariq Owens rejects Missouri's Kassius Robertson layup attempt in transition.

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Florida hits from deep in win against Stanford.

The No. 7 Gators hit 13 of their 15 3-pointers in the first half of a 21-point victory against the Cardinal.

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Michigan State uses big second half to beat DePaul.

With the game tied at halftime, Matt McQuaid and Jaren Jackson Jr. lead the No. 4 Spartans to a 73-51 victory against the Blue Demons.

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Izzo on Bridges: 'Gonna kill ya' if hurt again.

Michigan State coach Tom Izzo tells reporters in his news conference that he misses Miles Bridges, who suffered a sprained ankle on Sunday and didn't play Thursday in the opening round of the PK80 tournament against DePaul.

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Gonzaga against Florida is a marquee matchup.

Dan Dakich looks at the ranked matchup between the Gonzaga Bulldogs and the Florida Gators and explains why it will be a great game.

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Izzo breaks down the Spartans' win over DePaul.

Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo says he is happy with how the defense and offense came out and played in the second half during the victory over DePaul.

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McQuaid's 6th three of the night sets a career high.

Matt McQuaid sets a new career high in points after hitting his sixth 3-pointer.

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Gonzaga's Williams throws down the hammer.

Johnathan Williams gets the pass underneath and he pump fakes the defender off of him to throw down a big one-handed jam.

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Vols come up short against No. 5 Villanova.

Tennessee gives up a 12-point halftime lead vs. Villanova, falling 85-76 in the semifinals of the Battle 4 Atlantis.

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