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Bennedict Mathurin throws down best dunk of 2022 NCAA Tournament

Bennedict Mathurin’s epic dunk over Eddie Lampkin Jr. wowed college basketball fans as Arizona and TCU delivered a March Madness showdown.

Très petit, served-up with a little poutine avec poulet.

Bennedict Mathurin delivered a true Montreal delicacy, cocking that joint all the way back to unleash the 2022 NCAA tournament dunk of the year over six-foot-eleven Eddie Lampkin Jr. of the TCU Horned Frogs.

The Arizona Wildcats and the Texas Christian University (TCU) treated college basketball fans with an all-time March Madness classic.

Mathurin took over the game in the late stages and finished with a season-high 30 points to push the Wildcats into the sweet sixteen for the first time since 2017.

In just his sophomore season, the Canadian star has played his way up to one of the best players in college basketball.

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The six-foot-six shooting guard is widely expected to be a top pick in the upcoming 2022 NBA Draft.

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