"The Shot." Or to some (with deference to Christian Laettner) "The Shot Part 2." North Carolina slayed a feisty young Kentucky team on a last second jumper that ended a wild sequence just after Kentucky had tied it up. The shot sent the Tar Heels to the Final Four. Sportsman of the Week Luke Maye did the work in his last second (well, 0.3 left) bucket to slay the Wildcats and break the hearts of the Bluegrass faithful. But really, the entire regional finals, Maye was a portrait of efficiency. Coming off the bench for the two games (first one a win against Butler), the 6'7" sophomore tallied just 45 minutes, one full regulation plus overtime game. In that time, he netted 33 points and 15 boards, more than 0.75 points per minute of action, and 1 rebound every 3 minutes. No other Tar Heel was so efficient in scoring. But make no mistake, his winning Sportsman of the Week is about the clutch. He'll be ready to tangle in the desert in the next round. A round North Carolina may not make without his heroics.