North Carolina forward Brady Manek was on the wrong side of an inadvertent elbow early in UNC’s game vs. Kansas on Monday night.

Here’s a clip of the incident:

He stayed down for a few moments, but was ultimately able to stay in the game. It didn’t take long for him to start hitting a string of shots.

He rattled off a pair of quick 3-pointers against Kansas, which helped change the game. His personal 6-0 run sparked what became a 16-0 run for the Tar Heels.

UNC was tied 22-22 at the 5:48 mark of the first half, which was when Manek’s hot stretch started. By the end of UNC’s run, there was just 2:23 remaining and the Tar Heels were up 38-22.

Manek has been a crucial part of North Carolina’s offense for the entire NCAA Tournament. He has at least three 3-pointers in each of UNC’s six games in the postseason.

North Carolina is seeking its 7th NCAA Championship in program history.