With the game on the line, some players are better suited than others to have the ball in their hands. Each top-25 team has a player who should have the rock in the game's final seconds.
2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13W 107-61
- 11/16W 86-73
- 11/20W 103-62
- 11/23W 97-44
- 11/26W 67-59
- 11/27W 72-50
- 12/5W 87-54
- 12/810L 70-54
- 12/13W 100-58
- 12/17W 86-68
- 12/21W 84-59
- 12/30W 88-63
- 1/2W 87-83
- 1/4W 95-87
- 1/9W 77-60
- 1/121W 74-63
- 1/162L 70-68
- 1/20L 56-49
- 1/23W 80-76
- 1/26W 70-55
- 1/30L 88-71
- 2/213W 81-76
- 2/615W 80-69
- 2/96L 75-65
- 2/13W 73-42
- 2/1624L 85-78
- 2/203L 76-62
- 2/2217W 97-87
- 2/27W 70-56
- 3/2W 90-68
- 3/519W 69-58
- 3/10W 86-66
- 3/116W 69-67
- 3/121L 81-71
- 3/1814L 70-56
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'Walkup' to the line, please
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