WATCH: North Carolina enters NCAA Final Four on a near buzzer-beater

The March Madness fever continues indeed.

After losing in the national championship game last season on a buzzer-beater, the North Carolina Tar Heels are dancing their way to the Final Four of the U.S. NCAA basketball tournament this year thanks to a last-second shot.

The no. 1 seed Tar Heels beat the Kentucky Wildcats, 75-73, behind a game-clinching jumper from Luke Maye.

North Carolina was up by three points with 10 seconds left in the game. Kentucky was able to tie with a three-pointer, but the Tar Heels stormed right back and ran the floor. The ball landed in Maye’s hands before he threw up a shot that went in with 0.3 seconds remaining on the clock.

We’ve seen a lot of crazy stuff happen in basketball in recent days, and this one is surely up there!

With the win, the Tar Heels complete the Final Four cast, along with South Carolina, Oregon and Gonzaga.

Who do you think will win the national championship this year?


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