Wisconsin basketball players perform a Motown classic

The University of Wisconsin athletic department recently held its annual Buckinghams ceremony in which it celebrates the success of the school's student athletes, and this year's show featured a Motown performance from some men's basketball stars
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The University of Wisconsin athletic department recently held its annual Buckinghams ceremony in which it celebrates the success of the school's student athletes.

This year's award show featured a special performance from four members of the National Championship runners-up men's basketball team, as Nigel Hayes, Riley Dearring and Jordan Hill sang back up while Vitto Brown led a wonderful rendition of "It's a Shame" by The Spinners.

Brown was likely not nervous before the performance since he sang earlier for a much larger crowd when he and other student athletes performed the national anthem at the Final Four in Indianapolis.

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