Here are some of the biggest plays from Monday night’s national championship game.

By SI Wire
April 04, 2016

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No. 1 North Carolina and No. 2 Villanova are facing off for the national title on Monday night.

With both teams shooting better than 50%, the Tar Heels led 39–34 at the half behind 15 points from Joel Berry II.

Below are some of the biggest plays from Monday’s game.

Ryan Arcidiacono weaved his way to the paint:

Phil Booth froze Brice Johnson and drilled a three: 

Brice Johnson opened the second half with an emphatic slam:


A Phil Booth jumper cut the deficit to five at the half:

The Tar Heels began the game 6 for 8 from three:

Daniel Ochefu recorded a putback slam for Villanova:

Johnson dunked for his first points of the game:

The title game started with a Berry three less than two minutes in:

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