Aaron Harrison 3-Pointer Beats Michigan, Sends Kentucky to the Final Four

By Jason McIntyre

Aaron Harrison made this high-arcing three-pointer with :02.6 left and Kentucky beat Michigan in a thriller, 75-72, propelling the Wildcats to the Final Four and a date next weekend with Wisconsin.

Nik Stauskas (24 points) got an open look from half court at the buzzer, but it bricked.

Aaron Harrison finished with 14 points, including three three-pointers in the final 4:22. His moon shot over the outstretched arm of Caris Lavert will go down in Kentucky history as a memorable one. It was somewhat reminiscent of Scotty Thurman’s classic shot for Arkansas against Duke and the outstretched arms of Antonio Lang. Before Harrison’s heroics, Michigan tied the game on this wild sequence.

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