Who Should Get The Last Shot for Wisconsin?

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Nov 14, 2014; Madison, WI, USA; Wisconsin Badgers guard Traevon Jackson looks to pass as Northern Kentucky Norse guard Tayler Persons (2) defends during the first half at the Kohl Center. Mandatory Credit: Mary Langenfeld-USA TODAY Sports

Traevon Jackson

Jackson will probably go down as one of the most clutch players in Wisconsin history. He has hit game winners against Penn State, Minnesota, and Michigan State, and has also had late, game shifting buckets in other games.

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If he were healthy, this would be an easy option. I would want Trae taking the shot.

Unfortunately, he’s very rusty, and doesn’t seem to be in great shape. In his first two games back, he had 4 combined points. At this point, I wouldn’t trust him with that big of a shot.

But let’s say he plays well against Kentucky, scoring say, 8+ points. Then it becomes an interesting question. Personally, I would want the ball in his hands.

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