Neil Ament Gallery - Davidson

Davidson's sophomore guard Stephen Curry scores 22 of his game-high 33 points in the second half, out scoring Wisconsin basketball by two, and ending the Badgers season in the process


Stephen Curry poured in 33 points on 11-22 shooting, with 22 points coming after halftime.


Senior Michael Flowers led the Badgers with 12 points but scored only once in the second half.


Wildcat PG Jason Richards turned in a stellar performance running the Wildcat offense. The senior from Barrington, Ill. had 11 points and an impressive 13 assists against no turnovers.


Curry and Richards led a stifling defense that consistently denied the Badgers looks inside.


Wisconsin trainer Henry Perez-Guerra works on Trevon Hughes ankle in the first half. The Badger sophomore was limited to 12 minutes and zero points.


Curry, without much argument, is the Tournament's Most Outstanding Player through the Sweet 16.


Badger senior Brian Butch saw his collegiate career end to a smaller, yet more determined Davidson team.


As the game winds down, Davidson fans start to realize that their dream run will continue.

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