It’s late March, so Trey Burke is here for big shots.

The Utah Jazz point guard buried the Orlando Magic on Thursday night with a three-pointer with 1.6 seconds left. The Jazz were down two, and Gordon Hayward attacked the basket only to find his oh-so-clutch rookie teammate in the corner.

Burke finished with 17 points, but this look says it all.

Why does he look so cool, calm and collected? Well, there still was time left in the game, but mostly, Trey Burke has been there before — last year, actually. Michigan, still alive this year in the NCAA tournament, relied on the national player of the year for the biggest shot of the season against Kansas in the Elite Eight.