NCAAB has flown under the radar this season — if you we’re being politically correct around here…

There haven’t been many nationally-televised, primetime marquee games that have everyone running to the water cooler at work to talk about as soon as they get in — until last night when #1 Kansas hosted #2 Oklahoma in what will go down as one of the best regular season college basketball games ever, seeing the home team prevail 109-106 in triple over time.

It didn’t finish without a little controversy though, as Kansas’ Mason III appeared to be illegally defending Oklahoma’s star Buddy Hield out of bounds, consequently denying Buddy and the Sooners a chance to inbown the ball in without turning it over.

Speaking of Buddy Hield, we may have found the locked in #2 draft pick behind Ben Simmons in this year’s NBA draft. This kid BALLED THE HELL OUT, dropping 46 points — all of which were earned.

Only one team can draft Ben Simmons, but, you’re foolish if you think the Lakers/Sixers/T Wolves/bottom-feeders of the NBA weren’t watching this last night with thoughts of #YieldForHield running through their minds.

Anyways, after the instant classic game was over: it was cool to see Kansas fans not only show some awesome sportsmanship, but, acknowledge the greatness they had just witnessed by an unfathomably-talented player — giving him a standing ovation as he finished his SportsCenter interview with ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt and walked off the court.

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Don’t feel bad for Buddy that his team lost despite his amazing performance, this man just made himself MILLIONS of dollars last night in NBA money — I don’t think he’ll be shedding tears any time soon.