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Freshman steals the show

Freshman Victor Oladipo provided the highlight of Hoosier Hysteria, winning the slam dunk contest. Oladipo jumped over six tightly-bunched kids for his first dunk. He went between his legs to top fellow freshman Will Sheehey in the final.

"I didn’t have any doubt that they would fall in love with him quickly," IU coach Tom Crean said. "He has tremendous personality."

Matt Roth won the three-point shooting competition.