2021 NCAA Final Four: Thirty-one second feet … and Jalen Suggs unleash a rave in NCAA’s craziest final

2021 NCAA Final Four: Thirty-one second feet … and Jalen Suggs unleash a rave in NCAA’s craziest final

eto ‘March madness’ It is considered one of the best moments of the year in the world of basketball. For the passion, surprises, and passion that college basketball lives in, each season leaves us with pictures for us to remember. And in this edition from Final for 2021 We actually have that moment to stay in the fan’s retina forever.

University of California He played the best basketball in his great season During the forty minutes that the accident lasted Before the defeated Gonzaga. They did everything in their power to dream about the victory they had within their grasp and the one that eluded them at the last minute. It is not a way to speak.

They even had a miracle happened every season and this time it was out of business Galen Suggs. Johnny Guzang, Bruins’ best player, completed his impressive game (29 points) with a basket after that offensive rebound Gave a tie to UC (90-90) And he was driving the shock to a second extension.

However, Gonzaga still had one final shot in the magazine. Suggs received the ball in less than three seconds on the clock and after crossing midfield at full speed He rose from more than thirty feet with less than a second left, and scored a hat-trick in the century, to make the 93-90 final.

Basket confirm Perfect Season for the Bulldog (30 wins And the big favorite for college degrees), who have a chance to become The first undefeated champion in the past 40 years. But to do so, they’ll have to let Baylor down the road.

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Gonzaga and rainiest in the NCAA

Bears sweep Houston’s dream

Baylor team who arrived For the first time in the Final in 71 years, Was always much better than the Cougars in dueling Texas, with the Forward Jared Butler is a leading goalscorer and superb defender, Which silenced the Houston attack, which also returned to be among the nation’s four best attacks in 37 years.

Butler contributed 17 points, five rebounds and four assists.But nearly all Baylor players (27-2) led by coach Scott Drew played a leading role in the attack.

The Bears, seeded first and Southern District champion, had five players with two-digit numbers and had a 45-20 lead at half-time leaving the game already doomed en route to their second match of the match. The title of national heroes in its history.

Baylor’s team were always on top after starting a match 14-3, imposing their offensive inspiration and a stifling defense that left the Cougars without a reaction.

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