Tuesday, April 5, 2011


Kemba Walker scored 16 points and Connecticut beat Butler 53-41, yesterday to give Jim Calhoun his third national championship, something that only four other coaches have done.

The Huskies did it with his defense on inthe Bulldogs Final Four, allowing only 18.8 percent from the field (64-12).

Connecticut made ​​one of the best races in the postseason, winning six games in the NCAA tournament after winning five games in two days to win the Big East title.

This was the second consecutive year that Bulter lose the game for the championship. Last year they were beaten 61-59 by Duke.

Walker averaged 25.0 points in the tournament, but the Huskies did not need many points your defense playing like they did.

Shelvin Mack led Butler with 13 points.

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