Roy Williams North Carolina Tar Heels Secondary Break & Set Plays by Dana Beszczynski
Who is the guy that hit the shot to send North Carolina to the Final Four? Luke Maye. Who is Luke Maye?
Luke Maye is a preferred walk-on at UNC right now and probably a guy that will be a legend to UNC Tar Heel fans for quite some time now. North Carolina is a team that loaded with NBA talent and just had a former walk-on get his career high in points for the second straight game. It’s called March Madness!
Luke Maye was averaging 5.5 points a game for the UNC Tarheels until they got to this regional. May is a sophomore and had never scored more than thirteen points. Maye will go down in UNC history for this tournament.
Kentucky guard Malik Monk his a big time three point shot to tie up the game between the Wildcats with seven seconds to play. The Tar Heels never take a time out at the end of the game. Roy Williams likes to push the ball and not let the defense get set. UNC inbounded the ball and pushed it. Kentucky didn’t play great transition defense, and Maye slipped open. Theo Pinson drove the ball to the basket and kicked it out to Maye. Maye hit a two-point shot to win the game, 75-73.
The shot was shocking. North Carolina has four and five-star recruits. Maye plays about 14 minutes a game this season. Maye has gotten so much better than his freshman year. He went from shooting 40 percent to just better than 50 percent.
Maye’s shot got Roy Williams’ ninth Final Four in 29 years as a head coach and his second at North Carolina. Villanova did the same thing to North Carolina last year in the national championship game, and Maye watched from the bench. Today, Maye was on the floor and his the shot to take them to the Final Four.
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