Down one and bringing the ball up the court against the Trail Blazers with 30 seconds left, Jazz point guard Trey Burke ... had a neck spasm? Pinched nerve? Got shot by a sniper? Was stung by a bee? Punched by an invisible leprechaun? Whatever happened, it sent Burke down to his knees in an incredible amount of pain.
Carmelo Anthony hit a clutch, tying three-pointer with two seconds remaining in the Knicks' game tonight in New York against the Jazz. The Knicks still lost, in regulation, thanks to Trey Burke's buzzer-beater.
This was called a foul. OK.
The OMFGCU dream died last night around gone-to-bed o’clock, amid a flipbook of turnovers. Krzyzewski beat Izzo in the battle of the z’s. The Cardinals dispatched the Ducks. Higher seeds advancing, dynasties on the make, a swell Sunday set up.
Florida Gulf Coast stopped scoring at the wrong time, while Louisville and Duke won by maintaining solid, boring leads, so the chatter last night naturally turned to Trey Burke's remarkable game-tying shot against Kansas. Michigan clawed back from a 14 point deficit in seven minutes, Burke scored all of his 23 points…
Michigan erased a late 14-point Kansas lead to force overtime in Dallas when Trey Burke's mega-deep three-pointer tied the game with four seconds remaining. It's the 2013 tournament's first overtime game.
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