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The Kentucky Wildcats lost to the Indiana Hoosiers earlier this year on this Christian Watford’s miraculous shot, but they will not let it happen again!

Check out this 300 movie spoof featuring Anthony Davis as King Leonidas (Gerard Butler’s character) telling the Hoosiers that he is out for revenge for the previous loss. At Coach Calipari’s request, Davis finishes off Christian Watford and the Hoosiers to avenge the earlier upset. Ashley Judd also makes a cameo in this clip, because what University of Kentucky movie would be complete without her? ”This is UK!”

The rematch between Indiana and Kentucky will take place on Friday in a highly anticipated Sweet Sixteen showdown.

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