The Villanova Wildcats' Donte DiVincenzo had a big first half in Monday's national championship game against the Michigan Wolverines at the Alamodome in San Antonio, and his contributions weren't limited to his 18 points.
The sophomore flashed his playmaking ability by fooling the Michigan defense and firing a pinpoint assist to Omari Spellman for a thunderous dunk with 1:58 left in the half.
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That was DiVincenzo's only assist before halftime, but his scoring output accounted for nearly half of Villanova's 37 first-half points as the Wildcats took a nine-point lead into the locker room.