Ah, March Madness. Nothing beats a buzzer-beater, right? Well, for degenerate gamblers, a shot down seven points as time expires can be just as sweet. Here are the five craziest gambling moments from the first four days of the NCAA tournament.
In 1982, UVA was on the wrong end of the greatest upset in college basketball history, falling to Chaminade in Hawaii. Thirty-six years later, the Cavaliers found a way to one-up Ralph Sampson’s squad by becoming the first No. 1 seed to lose to a No. 16 seed.
The new documentary follows the story of Westtown School, a small quaker school in Pennsylvania that also happens to be home to arguably the greatest starting five in history. The star players on its 2016-17 team were Mo Bamba (now at Texas) and Cameron Reddish. Other top players included heralded recruits Brandon Randolph, Anthony Ochefu and Jake Forrester.