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Taiwanese news report of NCAA Championship game includes guns and fire

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If you somehow managed to miss the NCAA Championship Game between the UConn Huskies and the University of Kentucky last night fear not.

Taiwanese Animation are back to provide you with the most comprehensive/unrealistic account of the Huskies' 60-54 win in Dallas.

Having previously given their own unique take on everything from Tiger Woods' extramarital activity to the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Asian report gives a whole new perspective on the game.

Prepare yourself for explosions, mutilation, blood and bear claws as animated versions of Shabazz Napier, Julius Randle and co are shown competing against each other in college basketball's glamour game.

Never has a metaphor been so literally explained as the site of Kentucky players producing machine guns to "shoot themselves in the foot."

Watch the video above or via this link.

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