Video: Luke Maye’s last second shot sends UNC to Final Four

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North Carolina is headed to the Final Four after a wild game against Kentucky capped by Luke Maye’s last-second game-winning shot.

Video: Luke Maye’s last second shot sends UNC to Final Four

North Carolina is headed to the Final Four after a wild game against Kentucky capped by Luke Maye’s last-second game-winning shot.

North Carolina is headed to the Final Four after a wild game against Kentucky capped by Luke Maye’s last-second game-winning shot.

Kentucky’s Malik Monk hit a three to tie the game with 7.7 seconds left but North Carolina responded in transition and Maye hit a jumper from the left wing to give the Tar Heels the win.

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Maye, a sophomore, is a former walk-on. He was given a scholarship by head coach Roy Williams before this season. The 6'8" forward saw limited action as a freshman before assuming a larger role this season.

Maye finished the night with 17 points, UNC’s second-leading scorer in the game.

This article was originally published on SI.com

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