Oregon forward Dillon Brooks, left, speaks during a news conference alongside teammate guard Tyler Dorsey before an upcoming regional finals basketball game in the NCAA Tournament, Friday, March 25, 2016, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)
ANAHEIM, CA (KPTV) -
There are mixed reactions after the Oregon Duck's big win Thursday night.
The team is moving forward after their win over the Duke Blue Devils, but there's a controversy from after the game following them.
Dillon Brooks led the way last night with 22 points, and at the end of the game, with seconds on the clock, hit a deep three-pointer.
The game was sealed before he took the shot, but Ducks fans still saw the long-range three as a highlight.
Not everyone was as impressed.
After the game during handshakes, Brooks said legendary Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski told him to "Stop showing off with shots like that," something Krzyzewski later denied saying.
A tweet from SB Nation late Friday does seem to indicate that the coach did offer some advice to Brooks.