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“The first one felt good,” Wragge said. “I like to get them in bunches and keep it going.”

Wragge let Manigat and McDermott have turns to make 3s on the Bluejays’ third and fourth possessions, and then he let fly another after he made an off-balance grab of a rebound along the baseline on the other end. Wragge gathered himself and trailed as his teammates ran down the floor. Manigat found him for a 25-footer.

Later, Wragge schooled Villanova on what happens when a defender leaves him to double-team McDermott. Wragge sent an entry pass to McDermott, causing Josh Hart to step toward the lane to help James Bell. As Hart arrived, McDermott threw the ball back out to Wragge. You know what happened next.

The sequence left Fox Sports 1 commentator Bill Raftery wanting for more words to describe Wragge’s early barrage. Incredulous, the normally loquacious Raftery could think of only two.

“Absolutely comical,” he said.