VIDEO: Kentucky guard Aaron Harrison hits Final Four game-winner
Kentucky guard Aaron Harrison hit a clutch shot for the third straight game to send the Wildcats on to the championship game of the NCAA Tournament.
Kentucky will play UConn for the national championship on Monday night after Aaron Harrison extended the Wildcats' season with a clutch shot, again.
"He bailed his brother out," John Calipari joked with Tracy Wolfson after the game.
Andrew had just missed a 3-point attempt of his own and fouled Traevon Jackson, sending the Badgers guard to the line for three shots. Wisconsin's only missed free throw of the game (19 of 20) would come with Jackson at the line, and it left the door open for Aaron Harrison to hit another game-winning shot.
pic.twitter.com/L0pgUJMCSD. Dang he really saved me today he's the baddest dude on the universe— Andrew Harrison (@DrewRoc5) April 6, 2014
Harrison is working his way into the lore of NCAA Tournament history with these game-winning shots. The challenge for Monday will be repeating the effort against an equally clutch backcourt in Shabazz Napier and Ryan Boatright.
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