Duke’s Jahlil Okafor is hoping to have a lot of these dunks tonight.
It’s been a while since we’ve had a national championship that had two of the game’s best players.
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Kaminsky won the first battle between Okafor when he drew on charge on him at the start of the game, but Okafor quickly responded with a nice dunk of his own.
This was more of a nice play/pass from Quinn Cook to set up Okafor, but the big man definitely knows how to finish a play strong.
The first half is starting to come to an end, and the game has been close the entire time with both teams going back and forth with the lead. Kaminsky is leading the Badgers with seven points and six rebounds, and Okafor is leading the Blue Devils with six points and two rebounds.
Things are just getting started in this championship battle, and there are sure to be a lot more big plays from both these two stars.
Hopefully tonight’s game lives up to all of the hype and puts an end to a great college basketball season.
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