Jalen Suggs of Gonzaga brought the Bulldogs to the Men’s Basketball National Championship on Saturday. His three-pointer percentage was higher and he could send UCLA home.
Suggs’ field goal and the settlement where Lorenzo Charles won the game were placed in the same conversation, which is one of the most exciting moments in the history of the men’s basketball tournament.
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For Gonzaga, shooting is more meaningful because the team is on the other side of this close game.
Adam Morrison led Gonzaga to lose to the UCLA regional semifinals in 2006. When Gonzaga lost to the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) 73-71
Gonzaga seeks history, Baylor competes for the first championship because the NCAA men’s basketball tournament has been set
The image of Morrison sitting on the floor, feeling emotional after being lost, this is something that exists in the NCAA tournament lore. On Saturday, he finally felt joy.
Morrison is calling on Gonzaga to play the game. After Suggs pushed the winning shot from the glass into the rim for a 93-90 victory, he made a horrible shout.
Gonzaga has now won the national championship and has a chance to finish the season undefeated.
Suggs, Drew Timme and Corey Kispert have the opportunity to take the title to Spokane, Washington.
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Gonzaga plays for Baylor at 9:20 pm Eastern Time on Monday night.