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Duke beats No. 7 Virginia at the buzzer

Grayson Allen banked in a wild, contested shot from close as time expired to get the unranked Blue Devils a 63-62 win, their fourth straight W.

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Alabama takes buzzer-beater to the bank

Justin Coleman beat the buzzer from long range to end the first half.

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No. 11 Oregon falls at Stanford 76-72

Michael Humphrey swatted Dillon Brooks' layup attempt with less than 10 seconds remaining to help the Cardinal hang. The Ducks have lost two in a row.

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Duke making it tough on No. 7 Virginia

The Blue Devils and Cavaliers are knotted at 53 with under 8 minutes to play, as unranked Duke searches for its fourth straight win. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Notre Dame might not be as good as last season, but still a team that will be a tough out in the NCAA tournament. They can really, really score. Most efficient offense in the country. Demetrius Jackson is impossible to keep out of the lane, they have good perimeter shooters and scorers around him, plus Zach Auguste is solid inside and Bonzie Colson is a glue guy. Three road games coming up could be telling, though.

Notre Dame knocks off No. 13 Louisville

Demetrius Jackson was 6-of-12 from beyond the arc for 27 points, Steve Vasturia scored 20, and the Fighting Irish handed the Cardinals their second straight loss. Box score

No. 13 Louisville trails Notre Dame late

Demetrius Jackson and Steve Vasturia have combined for 45 points to put the Fighting Irish on top of the Cardinals 65-63 with 4:20 to play. Live on ESPN2 & WatchESPN

Ingram closing in on career high

Duke freshman Brandon Ingram hits a short jumper to give Duke a lead over No. 7 Virginia and get within 3 points of his career high (26) with plenty of time left.

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Sharma goes with one hand to finish oop

Josh Sharma's first points of the game came on a thunderous slam.

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Auguste puts Irish up on No. 13 Cardinals

Zach Auguste made it six straight points for Notre Dame, which grabbed a one-point lead on ESPN2.

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Beachem fires up crowd with tough layup

V.J. Beachem slipped a finger roll past the defender to cut into Notre Dame's deficit against Louisville on ESPN2.

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Calipari thrown out in under 3 minutes

With just 2:26 gone in the game against South Carolina, John Calipari got two technical fouls and was ejected. Kentucky ended up winning 89-62.

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Vince Carter tribute draws technical foul

On the day of the NBA dunk contest, Memphis' Shaq Goodwin pays homage to Vince Carters arm-through-the-rim dunk.

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Graham: I took it personal

What spurred Devonte' Graham's career-high 27-point game vs. Oklahoma? Everyone who said Kansas couldn't contain Buddy Hield.

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Kansas beats Oklahoma on the road

Devonte' Graham scored a career high 27 and held Buddy Hield to 5-of-15 shooting from the field in the Jayhawks' 76-72 win over the Sooners.

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Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Tyler Ulis has been ridiculous the last 10 games. Here is further proof: Averaging 20.8 points, 7.5 assists and just 1.8 turnovers per game. Has also made 38 percent of his 3's in that span and 87 percent (55-of-63) from the line.

Halftime: Stanford 32, (11) Oregon 28

Stanford went 6-of-8 from 3-point range and got 14 points from Rosco Allen.

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Louisville ends half with alley-oop

Demetrius Jackson has 20 points for Notre Dame, but Matz Stockman pushed the Cardinals' lead to seven just before the break.

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Mizzou bench fired up after transition jam

Namon Wright got the steal and then got his bench to its feet with a one-handed slam.

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C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

A view of how close students get to the action when opposing teams in-bound the ball in Cameron Indoor Stadium

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

In Saturday's loss, Oklahoma recorded 42 percent of its offensive production from 3-pointers. The Sooners entered last weekend's loss at Kansas State with 39 percent of their offense coming from 3s overall. That's understandable for a team that entered Saturday's game leading the nation at 45.1 percent from beyond the arc. But when they struggle (31 percent on Saturday), it can become a problem.

Bell punishes the rim on alley-oop

Oregon's Jordan Bell and Dillon Brooks linked up on the break for a soaring slam.

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Michigan rallies to down No. 18 Purdue

The Wolverines scored the final 11 points of the game to run to a 61-56 win.

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