Watch: Frank Kaminsky reacting to Bronson Koenig’s three-pointer was all of us on Sunday night

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ST. LOUIS — Former Wisconsin Badgers’ standout Frank Kaminsky’s reaction to former teammate Bronson Koenig’s buzzer-beating three-pointer was all of us reacting to the stunning Badgers’ win on Sunday night, March 20th.

The No. 7 Badgers defeated No. 2 Xavier to advance to the Sweet 16.

A short video of Frank Kaminsky watching the final seconds of the Badgers vs. Xavier matchup was posted to Twitter:

Koenig hit two three-pointers in the closing seconds, the last of them as the buzzer sounded, and seventh-seeded Wisconsin edged second-seeded Xavier 66-63 on Sunday night in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

The talented sharpshooter who failed to hit from beyond the arc in a first-round win over Pittsburgh connected from well beyond the 3-point line to tie it at 63 with 11.7 seconds remaining.

Edmond Sumner brought the ball up court for Xavier (28-6), and then drove to the basket, running over the Badgers’ Zak Showalter and getting called for an offensive foul with 4.3 seconds to go.

Wisconsin (22-12) called timeout after crossing half court and coach Greg Gard drew up a play for his best outside shooter. Koenig got the inbound pass in front of his own bench and buried the fallaway shot, sending the jubilant Badgers streaming onto the court and into another Sweet 16.

They’ll face Notre Dame on Friday in Philadelphia.

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