NCAA Basketball – The top 10 NCAA tournaments are all time games

Who can really tell what the 10 is? How to determine the best? Are they the most dramatic? Is it historically significant? Are the biggest stars full? All this depends on the conditions. The top 10 lists are subjective as figure skating. Any, considering all the above categories, here is a view of a man:

1. 1957, NORTH CAROLINA 54, NATIONAL 53 (3 OT)

Three leisure time and Wilt Chamberlain. This alone is enough to put this game at the top of any list, but more. North Carolina played three times overtime last night after playing in the nationwide semi-final in Michigan. This was followed by Kansas and the unstoppable Chamberlain.

UNC is formed by New York children, who were trained by Frank McGuire's coach at Chapel Hill when New York schools emphasized sport following scandals against point races.

No more than 6 players? 5, was McGuire 5? 11? Tommy Kearns jumps the center of the opening pin. Unbeatable in NC's three players and a Zone Chamber, who only got 13 shots and led the most. But Lennie Rosenbluth, the Tar Heels & # 39; the best and greatest player in the 1:45 ratio spoiled the regulation and triggered Chamberlain Kansas's return.

Each team scored only two points in the first overtime and in the second. (How does the Chamberlain team play with two points in 10 critical minutes?) Finally, three seconds behind in the third overtime, Joe Quigg found two free throws that made the decision.

2nd 1966, TEXAS WESTERN 72, KENTUCKY 65

A relatively vague and unshakeable game on the surface, title matchup was not so important.

Up to that season, no college team had committed five black players. Trendy racist thinking was that the teams needed at least one white player to provide calm and sense.

But western Texas Don Haskins, a pool-leaseist pragmatist, thought that five African-Americans were besieged and despite his objection from his own college presidency. Kentucky, while admiring Adolph Ruppot, never had a black musician, and even a few more years after the Deep South Schools at the South East Conference.

This is a perfect little moral story, with both a good villain and a hero, changing dormitory sports. A year later there were no more segregated leagues and only very few white-and-white teams. In the middle of the next decade, the changes that the game changed would change the face of college basketball.

3rd 1985, VILLANOVA 66, GEORGETOWN 64

Probably the biggest disturbance of the title game. Villanova had 10 regular season casualties, eighth seed and opened the tournament at home's opponent's home. Georgetown was in the meantime the number one seed, the defending champion and the third title in Patrick Ewing's four seasons.

A Hoyas & # 39; intimidation of your face protection held a 39 percent shot against his opponents. But with the last title, without a shot or three-point line, Villanova played wonderfully.

Rollie Massimino Wildcats shot 79 percent, in the second half nine to nine and defeated John Thompson Hoyas, still winning the lowest seed in the race.

4th 2008, KANSAS 75, MEMPHIS 68 (OT)

When John Calipari lost the game, he would have had to win – not to lose John Calipari any time – this is a big day for college basketball. And as Memphis lost, it was the No. 1 match.

Calipari's Tigers led nine with Kansas to play only 2:12, but Memphis & # 39; Achilles thighs were free throws shot and four late missed the line allowed Kansas to fight. A Jayhawks & # 39; Mario Chalmers buried three seconds in three seconds to force OT. Memphis was at this point. Kansas won 75-68 victory.

5th 1979, MICHIGAN STATE 75, INDIANA STATE 64

Another example where historical significance and the identity of key players placed the emphasis on the game itself. State Larry Bird and Michigan State Magic Johnson are the two best players in college basketball since they would soon be in the NBA. Their match was exciting America, even those who have never seen the NCAA race. The stars were featured, the ratings jumped and March Madness was born.

6th 1983, NORTH CAROLINA STATE 54, HOUSTON 52

The last double victory of the sixth core North Carolina has become even more dramatic since its charismatic coach Jim Valvano died ten years later at age 47 at the age of 47.

Phi Slamma Jamma Houston, Clyde Drexler and Hakeem Olajuwon, was a great favorite. But the shot did not give Wolpack to Cougars. It was 52-52 with seconds, when NC State Derek Whittenburg pulled a 30-foot thread.

The shot was depressingly short, but his teammate Lorenzo Charles caught it and raised the ball to the sound of the buzzer. Valvano's reaction, pacing back and forth as he sought to embrace, contributed to his legacy.

7th 1982, NORTH CAROLINA 63, GEORGETOWN 62

A year earlier Georgetown's Patrick Ewing rookie center looked like everyone who was practically recognized. Carolina, who widely admired his coach, Dean Smith, had a team with future NBA stars – James Worthy, Sam Perkins and Michael Jordan – a huge sentimental favorite.

Jordan hit the win in the match, the jumper on the corner, which was NC uphill, 63 to 62 seconds, 15 seconds behind. Georgetown did not name a time out, but seven seconds later, Hoyas guard Freddie Brown unexplainedly handed the ball to Worthy, the bizarre traffic that Smith got first title and ignited the legend of Jordan.

8th 1963 LOYOLA OF CHICAGO 60, CINCINNATI 58 (OT)

Cincinnati, who has not won a title during Oscar Robertson's spectacular career, has started a third straight NCAA title since winning the diploma. Little Loyola pulled more than 15 points in the second half, while Jerry Harkness scored four seconds for overtime.

With 58-58 nodes and seconds remaining in the extra section, Harkness & # 39; the shot was peaking. But anyone else with a flat leg was in Loyola Jerry Rouse again in the basket. Loyola fired 27 per cent of the game, but offset that the ball was only tripled.

ninth 1944, UTAH 44, DARTMOUTH 42 (OT)

Utah was invited to both NCAA and NIT. It's hard to understand today, the latter being the bigger event, and the winner decided to play it. In the first round they beat Rupp Kentucky, but before they could return home from New York, fate intervened.

A car accident was injured in a number of Arkansas beginners and Razorbacks had to withdraw from the NCAA. The Utes were again invited and accepted this time. They played against Dartmouth, where the two teams sold the lead six times in the last two minutes. She went on to overtime where she stayed for three seconds, a long one-handed Herb Wilkinson win Utah for 44-42 victory and the championship.

10th 1987, INDIANA 74, SYRACUSE 73

Indiana Keith Smart, a junior-college takeover, 12 Hoosiers & the final 15 points, including the winner of the game five seconds to give Bobby Knight's third and final national championship.