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5. Jordan's jumper

Before he became the Greatest Player Of All Time, Michael Jordan was a freshman on a bus, headed toward the Louisiana Superdome in 1982 and daydreaming about hitting the shot that would win North Carolina coach Dean Smith his first national title. And with 15 seconds left against Georgetown, he did it. Point guard Jimmy Black, on the right side of the key, first looked to James Worthy for a lob then quickly swung a pass to Jordan on the left side. The rookie confidently hit a 16-footer, giving the Tar Heels a 63-62 lead and ultimately making that pregame daydream a reality. -- Robbi Pickeral