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Pittsburgh, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - James Robinson made a tough go-ahead runner in the lane with 12 seconds remaining as Pittsburgh took down No. 8 Notre Dame 76-72 in a wild finish on Saturday afternoon. The Fighting Irish nearly pulled off an improbable comeback when Jerian Grant shook off a slow start and went on a personal 9-0 run inside the final three minutes. Grants two free throws with 31.2 seconds left gave Notre Dame a 72-71 lead, but Robinson drove right, gained some space with a spin move and scored over Pat Connaughton for what proved to be the deciding bucket. Grant passed up a shot at the other end with Steve Vasturia open in the corner, and Vasturias shot was off the mark. Jamel Artis grabbed the rebound, made two free throws, and Pitt stole the ensuing inbounds pass to end its three-game losing streak. Artis finished with 20 points and eight rebounds, and Robinson added 15 points with 10 assists for the Panthers (14-8, 4-5 ACC), who shot 68 percent from the field in the second half and 59 percent overall. Demetrius Jackson led Notre Dame with 15 points, Grant chipped in with 14, and Vasturia and Zach Auguste each netted 12 in a losing cause. Notre Dame (20-3, 8-2) had won five in a row -- four in comeback fashion -- and was fresh off a signature victory over No. 4 Duke. Jackson made a basket while being fouled with under eight minutes to play, tying it at 62-62, but the sophomore missed the ensuing free throw and Notre Dame went the next 5 1/2 minutes without making a field goal. Two free throws by James Robinson with 3:05 remaining capped an 8-0 run and gave Pitt a 71-63 lead, but Grant, who was 2-for-7 from the field at the time, erupted for nine consecutive points via four free throws, a mid-range jumper and a pullup 3-pointer. Notre Dame held the biggest lead in a tight first half at 20-13 after V.J. Beachem drained a corner 3-pointer. Jamie Dixon immediately called a timeout to stem the tide, and his Panthers responded by scoring on their next seven possessions to jump in front. Connaughton scored the final five points of the half to send the Irish into the break with a slim 38-37 lead. Both teams shot over 51 percent in the opening 20 minutes, par for the course for an Irish team that came in ranked second nationally in field goal percentage (.521), but abnormally high for a Pitt, which had made just 40.1 percent of its shots against ACC opponents. Yet the Panthers kept pace early in the second half, making their first six shots to match Notre Dame basket for basket. Game Notes Pitt owns a 14-3 record vs. top-10 opponents at Petersen Events Center ... Notre Dame shot 53.1 percent from the field ... The Panthers assisted on 24 of their 31 baskets. 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The Raptors point guard was visited by members of the Rockets front office, also receiving interest from the Heat and Mavericks. Ultimately, he opted to return to the team he helped lead to a division title, at a significant pay raise from what he was making when he enjoyed a career season in 2013-14. Earning $6.2 million last year, Lowry registered career-highs of 17.9 points, 7.4 assists and 4.7 rebounds while narrowly missing out on what would have been his first all-star selection during a breakout campaign with the Raptors. Entering his prime, the eight-year vet will be the eighth highest paid point guard in the league next season after finishing third in Win Shares among players at his position last year. His new contract will be more than twice the size of his previous one, a four-year, $23.5 million deal signed in 2010. Lowry has earned a total of $28.8 million over the first eight years of his career. 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The Raptors front office, coaching staff and even Lowrys teammates remained confident a deal would get done throughout the process but he did have other viable options to consider, given his desire to compete for a championship and his status as this summers most coveted point guard. Bringing him back, amid the long-time perception that players dont want to be in Toronto, is a major coup for a Raptors franchise that is determined to change their culture under the leadership of Ujiri and MLSE boss Tim Leiweke. The Raptors acquired Lowry in a trade from Houston during the summer of 2012 after he fell out of favour with Rockets coach Kevin McHale. Despite a turbulent first season in Toronto, one that saw him battle injury and feud with Coach Casey, Lowry came to training camp in the best shape of his playing career and took his game to a new level after a pre-season meeting with Ujiri sparked his competitive nature. 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