Aziz N'Diaye is part of a rare breed. There are not many seven-footers in the world who have a mile-time of 5:21. There are also not a lot of seven-footers who can make plays like this in college basketball:
N'Diaye's dunk came at the 12:41 mark of the first half in Saturday's game against Arizona. The Alaska Airlines Arena crowd was ecstatic after N'Diaye stole the ball from Arizona's Nick Johnson and flushed home a one-handed fast-break slam.
The play caused Wildcats head coach Sean Miller to argue with the game's officials and eventually received a technical foul. CJ Wilcox's two free-throw makes on the technical foul capped off a 9-0 run for the Huskies and gave them a 21-14 lead.
Washington's Brendan Sherrer started in place of N'Diaye in Saturday's game due to Senior Night. N'Diaye was inserted back into the lineup for the Huskies after two minutes of play.
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