Remembering when Michael Jordan hit the title-winning shot for UNC in 1982
Mon Mar 18, 2019
North Carolina trailed 62-61 in the 1982 NCAA National Championship Game with 32 seconds remaining, and the final shot was only going to one person: Michael Jordan. Even on a team with James Worthy, Sam Perkins, and Matt Doherty, Jordan, a freshman, buried it. Moments later, Georgetown turned the ball over. Game over. UNC, your 1982 champions.
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| James Worthy | Matt Doherty | Michael Jordan | Sam Perkins
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