These are the 10 plays that I remember most and caused me to fly off chair and cheer while watchin Cyclones bball. Did I miss any good ones? Order is my opinion, feel free to switch up the order.
-Royce White zips full court pass to Ejim for a slam against Texas in B12 Tourney
-Tyrus Mcgee hits spinning jumpshot while fouled vs Kansas
-Tyrus steal and dunk while fouled vs Oklahoma State. And the hilarious tech call that followed
#10-Royce White with a drive and dish to Ejim to complete the triple-double at Texas A&M (video in thread)
#9-Scott Christopherson half-court halftime buzzer-beater vs Mizzu (video in thread)
#8-Royce White dribbles between opponents legs then dunks vs Texas Tech (video in thread)
#7-Scott Christopherson drains a shot-clock beating 3 from the K-state logo (video in thread)
#6-Scott Christopherson banks in a long 3 to beat Oklahoma State at the buzzer (video in thread)
#5-Royce White game winning shot against Kansas State at Hilton (video in thread)
#4-Chris Babb's 3 pointer to put ISU up for good against #5 Kansas at Hilton/Scott Christopherson drains a deep three to put ISU ahead of #10 Baylor for good (baylor vid not in thread)
#3-Royce White blocks Anthony Davis and takes it all the way down the court and stuffs it (video in thread)
#2-Chris Allen dunks over Anthony Davis in the heart of Kentucky land (video in thread)
#1-Royce White takes it full court and dunks on UCONN to start the NCAA tourney (video in thread)
Highlight shown in first 20 seconds of video.
Would be cool if somebody with video editing skills could make video of the top plays.
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