This date 1992: The Shot
It's the greatest clutch shot in NCAA tournament history, ending perhaps the greatest college basketball game ever played.
Duke's Christian Laettner hit a buzzer-beating, turn-around jumper to beat Kentucky in the Elite 8.
Final: Duke 104 Kentucky 103 (Overtime)
It's one of those 'where were you?' moments
So, where were you when it happened?
Things I remember....
I watched the game in the Indianapolis Hoosier Dome. I was in town to call the Indiana H.S. Final Four. Richmond beat Jeffersonville and Lafayette Jeff beat Warsaw in the semi-finals. We watched the start of Duke-Kentucky from your hotel room. The walked over the Hoosier Dome and watched the end of the game on a monitor on press row, while broadcasting the Richmond-Lafayette Jeff state title game.
The look on the face of Thomas Hill, hands behind his head, in stunned tears.
Sean Woods hitting a running one-hander in the lane to give UK the lead with 2.1 seconds remaining.
Rick Pitino choosing not to guard the in-bounder, Grant Hill.
How perfect Hill's 70-foot pass was?
Deron Feldhaus backing off Laettner, fearful of fouling.
Laettner finishing the game with 31 points and 7 rebounds.
He went a perfect 10-10 from the field and 10-10 from the free throw line.
Duke went on to win the championship, beating Michigan by 20 points in the championship.