Kemba Walker hit three game-winning shots this year, more than any other player in college basketball.
The first came at Texas in overtime.
After blowing a lead late in the second half, the Huskies came out strong in overtime. Walker scored the final seven for UConn as it just barely managed to knock off Texas at the buzzer.
The second was at home against Villanova.
The Huskies came back from down seven points to take a 59-54 lead in the final minute. Then Corey Fisher knocked down five consecutive points to tie it up.
Once again, Walker put the team on his back and drained the game-winner as time expired.
The third and last was at Madison Square Garden in the Big East tournament.
Connecticut was taking on Pittsburgh with a spot in the Big East semifinals on the line. After Ashton Gibbs tied the score at 74-74, it was obvious that the ball would end up in the hands of Kemba Walker for the game-winning shot.
Walker missed his first attempt at it, but Jamal Coombs-McDaniel was there for the offensive rebound.
On his second attempt, Walker was lucky enough to have a mismatch with Pittsburgh center Gary McGhee. McGhee could not keep up with Walker, as Walker got him to trip with a crossover.
Once Walker got room for a jumper, he let it fly, and, of course, he made it.