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Sport Someone Already Changed Donte DiVincenzo's Wikipedia Page After Red-Hot First Half

06:40  03 april  2018
06:40  03 april  2018 Source:   12up.com

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a screenshot of a cell phone: DiVincenzo Wiki © Image by Joseph Jungermann DiVincenzo Wiki

Well, that didn't take long at all. 

You know what, that's perfectly fitting in relation to the first half of the slugfest between Villanova and Michigan, because it didn't take long for Wildcats sophomore guard Donte DiVincenzo to jump all over the Wolverines with an incredible 18-point half.

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His performance alone helped boost his team to a 37-28 point lead, setting his boys up for what they hope will be their second national title in three seasons. 

Though the game was far from over, Villanova fans wasted no time in giving Donte the perfect Wikipedia page update.

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"Red-headed God" is basically underselling him if the Wildcats are able to run away with this one. Michigan came out with an incredible game plan, playing strong defense that stymied the opponent to start the game. But that all changed when DiVincenzo outscored Michigan alone by 18-14 in the last 8 minutes of the half.

We can't wait to see what updates his page gets by the end of this one.

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