Michael Jordan on his iconic title-winning shot at UNC: "I didn't see it go in"

Before reigned over the NBA, he helped the University of North Carolina bring the 1982 national championship trophy to Chapel Hill. In true MJ fashion, he even hit the title-clinching shot from the left wing. After the game, he shared what went through his head during the attempt. "To tell the truth, I didn't see it go in. I didn't want to look." (Basketball Network)

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