A distraught Jordan Bell of Oregon was bent over in despair after the Ducks’ 77-76 loss to North Carolina on Saturday in the NCAA Tournament semifinal. Bell failed to come up with two rebounds of missed free throws he was in position to grab in the final 5.8 seconds.
A distraught Jordan Bell of Oregon was bent over in despair after the Ducks’ 77-76 loss to North Carolina on Saturday in the NCAA Tournament semifinal. Bell failed to come up with two rebounds of missed free throws he was in position to grab in the final 5.8 seconds. Vahe Gregorian vgregorian@kcstar.com
A distraught Jordan Bell of Oregon was bent over in despair after the Ducks’ 77-76 loss to North Carolina on Saturday in the NCAA Tournament semifinal. Bell failed to come up with two rebounds of missed free throws he was in position to grab in the final 5.8 seconds. Vahe Gregorian vgregorian@kcstar.com

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