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On Friday night, Golden State Warriors’ Donte DiVincenzo returned to the Alamodome where he had previously been named the NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player in 2018.
He scored a career-high 31 points in Villanova’s second NCAA championship win over the Jordan Poole-led Michigan University. The then 21-year-old also bottomed five threes and contributed five rebounds, three assists and two blocked shots in that game. His 31 points were also the most scored by a bench player in a Final Four game.
Once again in the atmosphere of the Alamodome, in front of 68,383 spectators, Donte displayed his championship character for the Golden State Warriors.