Kyle Guy Wins Most Outstanding Player, Virginia Wins Title
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2016 Indiana Mr. Basketball Kyle Guy added more hardware to his trophy case last night. Guy led Virginia to it's first basketball national championship in school history, and was also named the Final Four's Most Outstanding Player.
The Lawrence Central product averaged 19.5 points in the semifinals and finals, made three clutch free throws to beat Auburn and advance to the championship, the dropped 24 points against Texas Tech to lock up the title.
“We were rattled once in my career here - that UMBC game. We told ourselves never again. We’re on the good side of history this time.”
— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) April 9, 2019
Guy certainly bounced back with his one shining moment last night and throughout the entire tournament. Now, will the junior decide to go pro after winning the national championship?
Check our interview from the beginning of the month with the now national champion.