VIDEO: Florida State's Michael Snaer Hits A Transition Three

The Florida State Seminoles currently lead the North Carolina Tar Heels 49-40 at halftime, and a big reason for that has been the play of the Noles guards, in particular Michael Snaer. Snaer leads the Noles at halftime in scoring with 15 points, hitting on all three of his three-point shots. Snaer's been hitting a lot of clutch shots for the Noles, helping build momentum. One shot that helped set the tone as the Noles took the lead was this three-point shot in transition, pushing the Noles' lead to double digits.

If the Tar Heels want to get back into the game, they're going to have to limit Florida State from beyond the arc, as the Noles have hit on 7 of 13 in the first half alone.

For more on the two teams, check out Florida Seminoles blog Tomahawk Nation and North Carolina blog Carolina March. For more on college tournaments nationwide, head over to SB Nation's dedicated NCAA basketball hub. For more on the ACC tourney, make sure to follow this StoryStream.

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