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Past Madness [VIDEO]

By: Jonathan Daniel/ Getty Images Sport

The Final Four is set with Kentucky playing University of Connecticut and Butler taking on Virginia Common Wealth. There have been some nail biters with both Butler and VCU playing overtime games to get to where they are.
With that in mind one the best down to the last second shots in a Final Four game took place on this day on 1992.
Duke was trailing Kentucky 103 to 102 with just 2.2 seconds left in the game. Duke’s Grant Hill inbounded the ball, throwing a 75 foot pass to teammate Christian Laettner at the top of the key. Laettner made a little fake to his right then took a 17 foot jump shot for the win. Duke went on to defend it’s title with a win over Michigan.

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