Davis Most Outstanding Player

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It’ll forever be known as Anthony Davis’ One-and-Done Shining Moment. With being the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft far more likely than his ever being a sophomore at Kentucky, the consensus national Player of the Year made the most of his lone appearance in the Big Dance by leading the Wildcats to their first national championship since 1998 with a dominating performance on everything but the scoreboard in Monday’s 67-59 victory against Kansas in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

“I haven’t decide what I’m going to do yet,” Davis said.

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