Aaron Craft, one of the best point guards left in the NCAA tournament, put an insanely good move on Arizona’s Nick Johnson on the baseline en route to two points. A little head-and-shoulder fake from Craft had Johnson bounce to his right, and Craft bolted left and scored on a drive. I don’t get why people dislike Aaron Craft so much. I absolutely love his game.
Someone set three of Anthony Pettis’ cars on fire.
Mike Zimmer is not a stuffed animal serial killer.
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Golf can be quite expensive.
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Embiid was impressive in his debut.