Rosenbluth shoots over Duke during the Dixie Classic in Raleigh, N.C.
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Rosenbluth shoots a sky over hook over a Duke defender. The Tar Heel legend holds the school record for most points (895) and highest scoring average in a single season (28.0).
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Bobby Jones drives to the hoop. The Charlotte player was recruited by Dean Smith and averaged 16 ppg his senior season before being drafted by the Houston Rockets with the fifth overall pick.
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Before he became one of the best coaches in basketball, George Karl played guard for the Tar Heels. He led the team to the 1971 NIT title and a 1972 Final Four appearance and was drafted by the Knicks in the fourth round of the 1973 Draft.
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Mike Gminski had one of the most successful careers in Duke basketball history, making three first team All-ACC teams (1978, 79, 80) and winning the ACC Player of the Year in 1979. His No. 43 is currently hanging in the rafters of Cameron Indoor Stadium.
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Michael Jordan and Tommy Amaker
Michael Jordan smothers Duke guard Tommy Amaker. During his three seasons with the Tar Heels, Jordan averaged 18 points and five rebounds per game.
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Jordan takes a shot in the lane amid a sea of Tar Heel defenders. Jordan won the Naismith and the Wooden College Player of the Year awards in 1984 before being drafted by the Bulls with the third overall pick.
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J.R. Reid was arguably UNC's best player in the post-Jordan era. After being drafted by Charlotte with the fifth overall pick in the 1989 NBA draft, Reid played for six teams (including two stints with the Hornets) but never became the star many felt he had the talent to be.
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Brendan Haywood, Elton Brand, Kris Lang and Corey Maggette
Kris Lang passes to Brendan Haywood as Elton Brand looks on.
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Shane Battier and Julius Peppers
Shane Battier drives past Julius Peppers. Battier won Player of the Year honors in 2001 and led the Blue Devils to the national championship.
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Mike Dunleavy Jr.
Mike Dunleavy Jr. dunks over Jason Capel. The Duke forward averaged 17 points and 7 rebounds per game in the Blue Devils' 2001 championship season.
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Joseph Forte shoots over Nate James and Carlos Boozer. The UNC guard played two seasons in Chapel Hill, winning 2000 ACC Rookie of the Year and 2001 ACC Player of the Year, before being drafted by the Celtics in 2001. His NBA career lasted only two seasons.
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Julius Peppers and Casey Sanders
Julius Peppers powers a layup over Casey Sanders. The Bears defensive end was a walk-on for coach Bill Guthridge and a key reserve in the team's run to the 2000 Final Four.
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Shelden Williams and David Noel
UNC's David Noel fights for a rebound as Duke's Shelden Williams (No. 23) looks on. Noel currently played for the French team Paris-Levallois while Williams is a backup forward for the Denver Nuggets.
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Raymond Felton ignores the distractions of the Cameron Crazies as he makes an inbounds pass.
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Rashad McCants and Shelden Williams
Rashad McCants tries to convert a reverse layup over the outstretched arms of Shelden Williams. McCants is currently out of the NBA after playing four seasons for the Timberwolves and Kings.
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Josh McRoberts and Tyler Hansbrough
Duke's Josh McRoberts and North Carolina's Tyler Hansbrough fight for possession during the opening tip of a Duke-UNC game in Chapel Hill.
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Gerald Henderson, Tyler Hansbrough and Lance Thomas
Gerald Henderson, Tyler Hansbrough and Lance Thomas fight for position off a missed shot. Henderson (Charlotte) and Hansbrough (Indiana) are both in the NBA while Thomas is playing for the Austin Toros of the NBDL.
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Tyler Zeller, Austin Rivers
Austin Rivers fires the game-winning three-pointer over Tyler Zeller to clinch Duke's come-from-behind 85-84 win over North Carolina at the Dean Smith Center.
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