Aaron Harrison: Shooting Guard Helps Kentucky Beat Wisconsin With Clutch Three Pointer in NCAA Semifinal.
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April 6 2014 1:10 AM

Aaron Harrison's Clutch Three-Pointer Sends Kentucky to the NCAA Championship

Aaron Harrison of the Kentucky Wildcats celebrates after hitting the game-winning shot to defeat the Wisconsin Badgers 74-73 in the NCAA Men's Final Four Semifinal.

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Kentucky made two three-pointers in its semifinal game against Wisconsin. One was its first basket. The other was its last, an insanely deep three-pointer scored by shooting guard Aaron Harrison to win the game and send his team to the national championship. Harrison's been a hero of sorts the entire tournament—he's made two other game-winners, one just last week against Michigan to send Kentucky to today's Final Four game. That hot streak should come in handy in the final on Monday, when his Wildcats face a scrappy UConn team that upset Florida earlier tonight.

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