Of all the unexpected finishes this March, Evan Turner walking off the floor without congratulating (allegedly, supposedly, assumedly) the opposing team may be the most surprising.
The player-of-the-year winner acted like a sore loser in the immediate aftermath of second-seeded Ohio State's 76-73 loss to No. 6 Tennessee. More on that in a minute.
As the Ohio State offense scrambled in the final seconds, Turner had two chances to tie the game at 76 and send it to overtime. The first shot, the one from the far baseline, barely met the iron. The second came after Turner grabbed the wild carom and was then denied by the repressing palm of J.P. Prince, who pushed back Turner's shot and sent Ohio State home.