Villanova’s sixth man NAILED IT for the title

Donte DiVincenzo.

The sophomore sixth man stole the show in the national championship game as Villanova finished its dominance of the NCAA Tournament with a 79-62 drubbing of Michigan.
DiVincenzo scored 31 points, grabbed 5 rebounds, dished out three assists and had two memorable blocked shots.

When Villanova trailed 14-8 early, DiVincenzo came off the bench to score eight straight points.
For all the talk of Villanova’s ability to get 3-pointers from all five players on the floor, this stat stood out. In the national championship game, DiVincenzo made 5 of 7 shots from beyond the arc. His teammates made only 5 of 22.

Villanova has now won two of the last three national championships and won all six tournament game by at least 12 points.
A major reason is that Donte DiVincenzo Nailed It.

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