Andrews overcame a 3-for-10 shooting performance from the field with four free throws down the stretch to pull out the win. He was 6 for 7 at the line.
After coming up big once again in the final minutes of Washington’s 86-84 win at UCLA, Andrew Andrews claimed it’s luck that enables him to routinely make clutch plays.
“I don’t try to do anything it’s just somehow those plays happen for me,” said Andrews, who scored the final four points – game-tying and game-winning free throws in the final 26 seconds.
“I’m just at the right place at the right time. I’m not looking to be that guy or claiming I’m that guy. I just fell into it.”
Clearly, Andrews is being modest.
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Before nailing the free throws at the end, he wrestled away a rebound in the final minutes that was nearly as big as his offensive production. Andrews also did a nice of of playing with foul fouls in the final 6:49.