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Sam Dekker finished off the Arizona Wildcats with an incredible three

Sam Dekker had a phenomenal game against Arizona and when the Wildcats seemed to threaten Wisconsin’s trip to the Final Four with less than 10 seconds left on the shot clock, Dekker calmly did what he’d been doing all game: Swished an unbelievable three that at release seemed more destined to be an airball than a basket that would seal the game for the Badgers.

Dekker finished the game with 27 points.

(Thanks to David Gardner for the Vine)

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