7 most amazing moments of the 2015 NCAA tournament

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For The Win

Duke Blue Devils head coach Mike Krzyzewski and his players including Quinn Cook watch "One Shining Moment" after defeating the Wisconsin Badgers in the 2015 NCAA Men's Division I Championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium. (USA TODAY Sports) Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski and his players watch “One Shining Moment” after defeating the Wisconsin Badgers. (USA TODAY Sports)

The 2015 NCAA tournament didn’t fail to deliver some incredibly memorable moments, from the early-round Cinderella stories to the One Shining Moment net-cutting. Here’s a look back at the best.

1. Wisconsin upsets Kentucky in the Final Four.

Wisconsin Badgers celebrate as Kentucky Wildcats forward Willie Cauley-Stein (15) walks off the court as they upset Kentucky 71-64 in the 2015 NCAA Men's Division I Championship semi-final game at Lucas Oil Stadium. (USA TODAY Sports) Wisconsin Badgers celebrate after stunning Kentucky. (USA TODAY Sports)

It was one of the best games in NCAA tournament history. The perfection or devastation pendulum that Kentucky was swinging on made every possession edge-of-your-seat material. Wisconsin was paced by Frank Kaminsky all season, but Sam Dekker drilled the dagger three-pointer with two minutes remaining to shift the momentum in the Badgers’ favor and ultimately help them halt the Wildcats’ quest at history.

1a. Notre Dame nearly stuns Kentucky in Elite Eight.

Notre Dame Fighting Irish guard/forward Pat Connaughton (24) dunks ahead of Kentucky Wildcats forward Karl-Anthony Towns (12) during the second half in the finals of the midwest regional of the 2015 NCAA Tournament at Quicken Loans Arena. (USA TODAY Sports) Notre Dame’s Pat Connaughton dunks vs. Kentucky. (USA TODAY Sports)

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