206 Clicks: Bellevue's Aaron Bright Helps Stanford Win NIT Championship

A Pac-12 team has won the NIT championship, but instead of it being the Huskies, the Stanford Cardinal took home the crown after routing the Minnesota Golden Gophers on Thursday night, 75-51. Former Bellevue-standout Aaron Bright was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player. The 5'11" guard came off the bench and scored a team-high 15 points for the Cardinal in Thursday's championship game.

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