Every single shot Gerry McNamara hit in the 2006 Big East tournament was a big one, and he strung together the most ridiculous series of clutch shots I've seen.
The team needed a deep run to make the Big Dance, and McNamara provided that run.
It started with his game-winning three with 0.3 left on the clock against Cincinnati (as seen above).
The next night, he hit a game-tying three that forced overtime against No. 1 UConn at the buzzer, and the team would go on to win the game.
Georgetown was next, as G-Mac nailed five threes, with the last one coming in the final minute and elevating Syracuse to another victory.
Finally, he would knock down the go-ahead three against Pittsburgh in the finals to win the tournament and secure a bid to the NCAA tournament for the Orange.
Yeah, he had a pretty good tourney.