Michigan guard Kameron Chatman just greatly increased his team’s chances at making the NCAA Tournament.
With just .2 seconds left on the clock and tied at 69, the Michigan sophomore hit a miraculous three-pointer to send the Wolverines to a 72-69 upset win over the top ranked Indiana Hoosiers in the Big Ten Tournament.
— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) March 11, 2016
Michigan’s Zak Irvin led all scorers with 17 points while collectively the Wolverines shot .464 from the field. Luckily and ironically enough for Michigan they were able to overcome a poor day from beyond the arc where they went just 6/21, something they’ll certainly need to remedy, especially if they end up making it to the NCAA Tournament.