Friday’s Best March Madness Vines

Thursday’s slate of wild NCAA Tournament games gave us more buzzer beaters and footwear mishaps than we ever could have hoped for. The question on everyone’s mind Friday as the rest of the field of 64 took the court: Will another coach go the way of Ron Hunter? (Spoiler: Of course not. He’s one in a million.) Here, the best Vines of the day.

Perry Ellis slams home a lob as Kansas routed No. 15 New Mexico State:

This is UC Irvine’s Mamadou Ndiaye, the tallest player in the country at seven foot six. He was second on his team in points, but first in terrifying floor slaps:

Speaking of UC Irvine, nobody has more school spirit than this guy:

Michigan State’s Branden Dawson swats this ball across state lines in a winning effort for the Spartans:

Duke’s Jahlil Okafor fails to net himself two points, but does earn a trip to Mike Krzyzewski’s doghouse:

Another great block, this time from Dayton’s Kendall Pollard:

St. John’s takes the term “ball-stopping offense” to new heights:

This is either the best or worst flop of the tournament, depending on your point of view:

And finally, Ron Hunter continues to be a national treasure:

Friday’s Best March Madness Vines