But more impressive than Reynolds’ streak up the court and game-winning bucket in fewer than five seconds in Villanova’s ridiculously thrilling victory over Pittsburgh to advance to the Final Four on Saturday was the quickness in which Reynolds responded from a really bad game against Louisville in the Big East semifinals two weeks ago.
Talk about coast-to-coast.
“One of his great characteristics is he never fears failure,” Wright said. “He doesn't worry about what he looks like. He never worries about looking bad. He's all out, and he knows he's going to be all out.”
He sort of had to have no fear of failure after seeing his line from the Louisville game. It read, 1-for-6 from the field, including 0-for-3 from beyond the three-point arc. He also contributed six turnovers and just two measly points in 38 minutes.
Yes, that’s right – two points in 38 minutes. No foul trouble, no gimmicky defenses and no excuses.