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Posted: 03/29/12 07:20 PM ET  |  Updated: 03/30/12 10:51 AM ET

Final Four 2012: Best Of The Rest - Top Individual Performances Of March Madness

It is now Final Four week in college basketball, which in 2012 at least means Cinderella's slipper no longer fits. This is also the time when we start to forget about some of the wondrous performances this edition of March Madness has offered. Like, remember that C.J. McCollum kid at Lehigh waxing Duke? What about Brady Heslip's Ray Allen impersonation against Colorado or Royce White's swag against Kentucky? Here are the 10 best single game performances by players no longer fortunate enough to dance.

Quincy Acy, Baylor
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Sweet 16 vs. Xavier - Stat line: 20 points, 15 rebounds, 3 assists

With two of the best dunks of the entire tournament, Acy turned in a magnificent performance against a pesky Xavier team. The Bears rallied behind his relentless motor and passion. Acy, a senior, also made two clutch free throws with 31 seconds remaining. The 6-foot-7 jumping jack was an absolute monster on the boards, collecting 15 in all and limiting Xavier's second chance points for most of the second half after its sustained run.
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