Tuesday April 7th, 2015

Duke guard Tyus Jones was named the Most Outstanding Player of the Final Four after he and guard Grayson Allen propelled the Blue Devils to a national championship victory over the Wisconsin Badgers with strong second-half performances.

Jones finished with 19 second-half points while Allen scored 10 in the second half.

Check out some of their best plays from the game. 

Jones made this double-clutch shot and the ensuing free-throw to pull Duke within one, 51-50. 


Grayson Allen came alive in the second half, first on this scrappy play to save a ball heading out of bounds...


...and then on this and-one trip down the lane to pull Duke within four. 


This wrap around give-and-go between Tyus Jones and Justise Winslow was smooth 

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