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April 5, 2014 11:07 PM

Breaking down Kentucky’s victory

Why Kentucky won: A 3-pointer by Aaron Harrison with 5.7 seconds to go turned out to be the game-winner. Kentucky won because the Wildcats remained poised after a pair of free throws by Wisconsin’s Traevon Jackson put the Badgers ahead 73-71 with 15.2 seconds left. Harrison also hit the winning basket in the Elite Eight last week against Michigan.

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