What a match and what a finish was seen at Carrier Dome.

The #Syracuse Orange have defeated the #Duke Blue Devils in an epic match on Wednesday at Carrier Dome, New York. After being down to Duke under a minute remaining in the match, Syracuse had to figure out the way to end on the winning side. Thankfully to #John Gillon, Syracuse did exactly that.

Syracuse clinched a 78-75 win over Duke in a game that was nationally televised - and the clash lived up to the expectations. Entering the last minute of the game, Duke had a two-point lead, 75-73. John Gillon of Syracuse drove to the basket and tied the game at 75 apiece with 38 seconds remaining.

Duke then had the possession to take the lead but failed to do so. What happened next will forever be remembered by Syracuse Orange senior Gillon. The 22-year-old took the ball in his hands with a couple of seconds remaining on the clock and banked a three-pointer using the backboard. It was a crazy game ending and a memorable one for sure.

Prior to the match, Syracuse was on a three-game losing streak, while Duke caught fire - winning seven out of seven of its last games. Both streaks came to an end on Wednesday, with the Syracuse side being the happy one to hear this. Syracuse has improved to 17-12 on the season with the win, while Duke now has a record of 22 wins and six losses.

Both sides had some notable performances from its players.

For the #Syracuse Orange, four of their five starters ended in double figures. The two most notable ones were #John Gillon and Tyus Battle, posting 26 points and 18 respectively. Taurean Thompson and Tyler Lydon both added 11 points, with Lydon grabbing nine rebounds as well.

Andrew White III. who averaged 17.9 points per game on the season before the match against Duke, finished with just 7 points.

When it comes to the #Duke Blue Devils, Luke Kennard and Jayson Tatum stood out as the best performers. Both had all-around performances - Kennard had 23 points, seven assists, and 5 rebounds, while Tatum added 19 points, 13 rebounds, and 6 assists.

Since there's no NBA basketball for a couple of days now, seeing a good match of the college basketball certainly could help. The NBA trade deadline is reaching its peak, and the NBA season continues on Tuesday. Related to the deadline, Lou Williams got traded to the Houston Rockets from the Los Angeles Lakers just recently.