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Note to self: Do not drive to the basket against Kansas freshman Josh Jackson.
Lourawls Nairn Jr. thought he had an open lane to the rim during Michigan State's second-round NCAA tournament matchup against the Jayhawks on Sunday, but he never saw Jackson coming, and the 6'8", 207-pound guard denied him with a volleyball-esque spike.
It's safe to say Nairn will think twice about trying to score at the basket for the rest of the game.