Cain 24+14+3+3 Duke was eliminated and Oppen continued to explode and finally all the top four came into being.

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Cain 24+14+3+3 Duke was eliminated and Oppen continued to explode and finally all the top four came into being.

2019-04-01 11:24:11 249 ℃

NCAA's last two four-in-eight matches were staged today. Cain Williamson played well, but Duke still lost to Michigan State University. Auburn University continued to cool down after losing its number one star and eliminated Kentucky. So far, this year's top four are all produced, Texas Tech, Virginia, Michigan State University and Auburn University.

Duke 67-68 Michigan State University

Duke's good fortune failed to continue. Today they played a heartbeat against Michigan State University after their last two-point victory over Virginia Tech. As a result, Barrett missed a key free throw at the end of the game, resulting in the team losing 67-68 to the top four.

The whole match was intense and neither side could pull the score apart. Duke was 61-63 behind in the last three minutes of the game. Two minutes and 32 seconds before the end, RJ-Barrett hit the top three points of the arc, Duke 64-63 overtook the score, 1 minute and 44 seconds, Cain-Williamson broke through the rebound hit, expanding the lead to 3 points. < p > < p > < p > Michigan State's Xavier Tillman narrowed the difference to one point in the first 1:21 seconds of the final layup, then Barrett missed the jump shot, Duke missed a serious defensive turn, Kenny Goines steadily hit three points, Michigan State 88-66 overtook two points. < p > < p > Duke's last attack, Barrett missed three points, the ball hit the Michigan players out of bounds, after restarting the ball, Barrett fouled the basketball in the last six seconds, but only one of the two penalties. One point behind Duke can only take foul tactics, but the other side's successful sideline tactics so that Duke did not even have a chance to foul, Duke was out. After the game, Michigan's general celebrated with ecstasy, while Duke guard Trey Jones hid his face and wept with grief. < p > < p > Williamson contributed 24 points, 14 rebounds, 3 steals, 3 blockades and Barrett 21 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists. On the big side of Michigan, Tillman had 19 points and 9 rebounds and Cassius Winston had 20 points and 10 assists. < p > < p > < p > Oppen University 77-71 (overtime) Kentucky < / P > < p > Despite serious injury to the left anterior cruciate ligament of the knee in the previous 16-8 elimination of North Carolina, the season ended ahead of schedule, but Oppen University's Black Horse tour continues. Today, they beat No. 2 Kentucky in overtime to reach the final four!

Jared Harper scored the highest 26 points of the team, including an important goal to drag the game into overtime, Blaise Brown scored 24 points, and Anfeni McLemo made two key layups in overtime to open the score for the team. After that, Oppen University took the initiative firmly and kept the lead to the end. On Kentucky's side, PJ-Washington was the most impressive, with 28 points, 13 rebounds and 2 blockades, and Kelton-Johnson also contributed 14 points and 10 rebounds.

This is the 12th consecutive victory of Auburn University, which also set their team history record. After the game, team coach Bruce Pearl proudly said: "This victory is dedicated to Chama (Orko). The next two games belong to Auburn University.