Flashback: Michael Jordan's First Game-Winning Shot Clinched NCAA Championship

For the 1982 NCAA tournament, North Carolina had a better chance at victory in the form of Michael Jordan than they’d had in any player since Frank McGuire’s legendary 1957 team. Though he was a freshman, Jordan had basketball instincts near their professional-era level, plus speed that rivaled that of the UNC track and football teams’ fastest athletes. (Newsweek)

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