Here’s Grayson Allen’s Eight Straight Points That Led Duke To Their Epic Comeback Win Against Wisconsin

by 3 years ago


With 12 minutes left in the NCAA Championship game between Duke and Wisconsin, things weren’t looking good for the Blue Devils until freshman guard Grayson Allen took over.

With Jahlil Okafor and Justise Winslow on the bench, Duke went on a scoring drought not having scored a point in over three minutes and were down nine points to the Badgers. Allen then went on to score eight straight points for Duke to pull them back in the game.

It all started with this three-pointer.

Then on Wisconsin’s very next possession Grayson picked off a Frank Kaminsky pass and was able to draw a foul.

Then Allen converted this amazing three-point play

After the three-point play, Allen drew a foul and went to the line to knock down two more huge free throws.

The Duke freshman had only scored 18 points for Duke in the NCAA tourney before exploding in the championship game for 16 points which will surely make him a Duke legend forever.

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