That was a great game between UNC and Washington, but I can’t help but think the Huskies should have won if it weren’t for a couple D’Oh! moments down the stretch.  They turned the ball over several times and Venoy Overton evidently left his brain in Seattle.  To try and top that, UNC’s John Henson had a magnificent last half a second by tipping Overton’s heave out of bounds and almost goaltending what could have been a tying basket (if Isaiah Thomas wasn’t inside the line).  It was a crazy finish, but the blunders kept coming afterwards.  Just watch the video below for one of the most hilarious of the tournament so far.  Maybe Greg’s looking to move to Bristol?

H/T @bubbaprog

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