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I just let my wife watch Smash. If it gets closer I might tune back in, but...feh.

Sounds like this game, theres some smashing going on.

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It is sickening to see how much better Kentucky is better than every other team.

I think my Carolina team might have given them a good game, but unfortunately, we got smacked down by Kansas in the Final 8.

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Kentucky is doing everything they can to let Kansas back in the game.

I think it's a combination of Kansas playing better defense than they did in the first half, but also Kentucky turning the ball over so much ........... and of course, those turnovers could be at least partially attributed to Kansas' improved defense. Chicken or the egg ???

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I think my Carolina team might have given them a good game, but unfortunately, we got smacked down by Kansas in the Final 8.

It's a shame that Marshall got hurt. No offense to KU, but UNC/Kentucky would be an epic championship matchup.

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I think my Carolina team might have given them a good game, but unfortunately, we got smacked down by Kansas in the Final 8.

yeah I had UNC beating Kentucky in the final. Would have been great.

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Blech. Well congrats to Kentucky. They were pretty clearly the best team in the tourney.

And boo to John Calipari. Maybe now he'll go fail in the NBA again.

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