Here are some of the images that caught our eye on a Saturday in which the Villanova Wildcats and Oklahoma Sooners advanced to the Final Four. As he has most of the season, Buddy Hield led the Sooners, this time scoring 37 in a win over Oregon.
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Hield made eight three-pointers in leading Oklahoma to its first Final Four since 2002.
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Oklahoma's bench celebrates during the 12-point victory that set up a Final Four date against Villanova.
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Buddy Hield and the Sooners built an 18-point lead in the first half and cruised to the school's fifth Final Four appearance.
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Buddy Hield's 37 points were two more than the rest of the Oklahoma starters combined.
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The Oregon cheerleaders perform during the game against Oklahoma.
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Villanova knocked off the tournament's top-seeded team, sending Kansas home with a 64-59 upset in Louisville.
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With Kansas down three points with 25 seconds left, Wildcats guard Frank Mason III had the ball slapped away by Ryan Arcidiacono (15) — game over.
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Kris Jenkins of Villanova celebrates while Frank Mason III of the Kansas looks in astonishment at an official.
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The Wildcats made their way back to the Final Four for the first time since 2009.
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Villanova used a 10-0 run to move ahead 50-45 and hit key throws and played ferocious defense down the stretch.
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Andre Ward takes a punch against Sullivan Barrera in their IBF Light Heavyweight bout in Oakland.
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Stephen Curry and his wife Ayesha at the Andre Ward-Sullivan Barrera bout at ORACLE Arena in Oakland.
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Andre Ward (right) won his light heavyweight bout against Sullivan Barrera with a unanimous decision.
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Days after he said he'd take a pay cut to play alongside Carmelo Anthony, LeBron James got to play against him in a Cavs win over the Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
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Miley Cyrus and her sister Brandi having a good time at the New York Knicks-Cleveland Cavaliers game at Madison Square Garden.
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Phillip Danault of the Montreal Canadiens scores a goal against Antti Raanta of the New York Rangers.
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Martin Hanzal of the Arizona Coyotes and Claude Giroux of the Philadelphia Flyers prepare to take a faceoff.
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Keith Yandle of the New York Rangers and Max Pacioretty of Montreal chase the puck.
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DJ Stephens of the Iowa Energy winds up for a dunk while Maxie Esho celebrates in an NBA D-League game in Des Moines, Iowa.
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Chris Neil of the Ottawa Senators throws punches against Clayton Stoner of the Anaheim Ducks.
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Kris Humphries (430 of the Atlanta Hawks jumps for the rebound against Andre Drummond of Detroit.
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The Milwaukee Bucks dancers are seen during the game against the Charlotte Hornets.
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Derrick Rose #1 of the Chicago Bulls goes to the basket against the Orlando Magic.
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St. John's IceCaps John Scott cross checks Toronto Marlies center Colin Smith.
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Colorado goalie Semyon Varlamov looks back after Minnesota's Zach Parise scores.
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PJ Tucker and Evan Turner fight for a rebound in the final minute of the Suns vs Celtics game.
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A Phoenix Suns fan and Boston Celtics fan give their best pose.
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Rafael Nadal pauses during a news conference at the Miami Open. He faded in the subtropical heat and retired after falling behind in the third set of his match.
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