Kris Jenkins’s stunning game-winner looks even more incredible when viewed from the stands. 

By SI Wire
April 04, 2016

As Villanova drove down the floor on its final possession of Monday’s championship game, plenty of fans had their phones ready to record Kris Jenkins’s stunning game-winning shot. 

Jenkins drilled a deep three to give the Wildcats a 77–74 win over North Carolina. It is their first national championship since upsetting Georgetown in 1985.

As amazing as Jenkins’s shot looked on television, it’s even more stunning to view it as the fans in the stands saw it. 

Craziest championship game ever #finalfour Crowd goes nuts @pwilljr11 @just1snap @imarcatl y'all sick 😳😳😳😳😳😳

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That was pretty neat.

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#nationalchampionship #ncaa #espn @espncbb @espn

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WOW!!!!! @bdotadot5 😂 #Justsayingg!! 😳 #StickyPromo #StickySavageAF #FinalFour

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The #FinalFour seconds of #Villanova winning its second title. #PartyLikeIts1985

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Jenkins, a 6'6" junior, was Villanova’s second-leading scorer this season. 

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