J.P. Macura, the sophomore wing, took home the slam dunk title. Frank Victores Frank Victores-USA TODAY Sports
Musketeer Madness took place on Friday night in front of a packed Cintas Center.
J.P. Macura defeated Makinde London and Jalen Reynolds, one of the top finishers in all of college basketball, in the slam dunk contest. Trevon Bluiett knocked off Myles Davis in the 3-point contest finals.
But once again, the spotlight was on Chris Mack's entrance. The Xavier head coach, accompanied by his daughters, Haliee and Laniee, and 10-month-old son, Brayden, went with a 'Bad To The Bone' theme, with Mack dressed in full biker gear, including arm-length tattoos.
Back in 2012, Haliee Mack went on stage at Musketeer Madness as Michael Jackson. Her moonwalk kick started a tradition for the Mack family. The following year, Mack came to the stage dressed as his hip-hop doppelganger, Eminem.
Mack and his daughters took it a step further last year, performing 'Paul Revere' by the Beastie Boys.