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Top 10 Game-Changing Shots

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The 2015 NCAA basketball season is in the books. Many games came down to a last second shot while a few big games were decided by some key moments. I’m going to give you my top 10 game-changing shots of the 2015 season.

A fair warning, this doesn’t include a lot of the regular season — mainly tournament shots or in one case, a tournament birth. Without further ado, let’s get this ball rolling.

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First Half Instant Analysis: All Tied Up

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WITH VIDEO: Duke and Wisconsin have more than earned their chance to compete for the national title.  It’s Frank Kaminsky versus Jahlil Okafor and Sam Dekker versus Justise Winslow. The first half of the game from the view point of the match-ups were fairly even until both Okafor and Winslow for Duke got in early foul trouble and hit the bench for a majority of the last 10 minutes.

Wisconsin’s Dekker and Kaminsky had 8 and 7 points respectively, while Winslow and Okafor finished the first half with 7 and 6 to lead the Blue Devils as the teams went to the locker room tied at 31.

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Championship Preview: Wisconsin vs. Duke

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Finally. The madness ends tonight … and not in the way that many were expecting. No, we won’t see Kentucky getting a shot at 40-0. (You can thank — or curse — Wisconsin for that.) Instead, we get a rematch of a December game in Wisconsin and Duke. Two No. 1 seeds with loaded rosters and storied head coaches. That, in and of itself, is a story worth watching.

The game tips off at 9:18 p.m. ET on CBS.

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