Illinois stole the show during a Thursday afternoon thriller in Chicago, hitting a buzzer-beater to take down Minnesota in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament.
[Related: Check out Illinois' buzzer-beating moment]
The Illini’s reward?
Facing the outright regular season conference champions, Indiana, and star guard Victor Oladipo.
Already down big, Illinois turned the ball over, and Oladipo turned the play into an absolute show-stopper.
Enjoy his 360 dunk, it may be an exclamation mark as the Hoosiers work towards earning a No. 1 seed in the Dance.
h/t: Big Lead Sports
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