Making those clutch buckets especially noteworthy is the fact both were made by the same guy - freshman Skylar McBee. The 6-3 walk-on from Grainger County High has delivered the kill shot - or "dagger" as the players like to say - two games in a row. Even more amazing than his ability to hit big baskets, though, is his ability to be humble about it. "I think a lot of people are putting the focus on one or two shots but a lot of people made a lot of plays to put us in position to win those games," McBee said. "J.P...
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