26. A Laettner 'Special'
Realizing that no one was on an inbounding Christian Laettner, Mike Krzyzewski called out the play. It was called, fittingly, "Special." With 2.6 seconds left in the 1990 regional -- the first regional overtime game in seven years -- Laettner tossed the ball to Brian Davis, who dished it right back to him. Laettner launched the leaning 14-footer as time expired, sending the Blue Devils to the Final Four. The last shot was emblematic of the entire game, one that included 17 lead changes and 16 ties and seemingly ended when Tate George intercepted a pass from Bobby Hurley. Instead George lost the dribble, setting up the final play. -- Dana O'Neil