Top 75 players in NCAA Tournament history (Laettner #2)

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  • blueduke4 Dec 14, 2012
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    AWESOME list Tizu! Really good find. Really is the main reason I come to this site, in general there are alot of good links and then I dont have to do the digging myself, thx :)

  • Tizu Dec 14, 2012
    Sports Legend

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    you mean True Blue

  • MoDuke v2 is gone Dec 13, 2012
    Sports Legend

    Looks like True Blue was well represented on the list.

  • 903 mens national championships Dec 13, 2012
    Sports Legend Lew Alcindor (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar), UCLA. He certainly is the greatest player in the college game's history and the NCAA Tournament's history. Abdul-Jabbar won three NCAA championships and averaged 30.3 points in the championship games.

    2. Christian Laettner, Duke. Laettner is the only one included who reached four Final Fours, won two championships and made game-winning buzzer-beating shots to win two regional championship games.12. David Thompson, N.C. State

    13. Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina

    19. Bobby Hurley, Duke

    32. Michael Jordan, North Carolina

    36. Grant Hill, Duke

    39. Shane Battier, Duke

    69. Johnny Dawkins, Duke

    73. Danny Ferry, Duke

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