MSU Knocks Out Top Seed Duke

Michigan State is heading to the NCAA Final Four for the 10th time in school history.  

The second-seeded Spartans slipped past top-overall seed Duke 68-67 in the East Regional Final in Washington, DC.  

Cassius Winston posted 20 points and 10 assists to lead MSU, which advances to the Final Four for the first time since 2015.  

The Spartans will take on third-seeded Texas Tech Saturday in Minneapolis.  It was the Red Raiders that knocked the Michigan Wolverines out of the tournament.

Duke freshman Zion Williamson racked up 24 points and 14 rebounds in what's most likely his final college game.  

Fellow freshman RJ Barrett had 21 points for the Blue Devils, who end the year 32-and-5.  

Williamson and Barrett are both projected by many to be top-three picks in this summer's NBA Draft.

Virginia faces Auburn in the other NCAA semifinal.