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70. Walt Hazzard, UCLA

Hazzard helped write the first chapter in what would become, and remains, the most glorious and dominant period in NCAA tournament history. In 1964, Hazzard guided UCLA to a national championship, the first for the Bruins and head coach John Wooden. He partnered with Gail Goodrich to lead UCLA to wins over Seattle, San Francisco, Kansas State and finally Duke in the championship game, averaging 19.8 points per game and earning Final Four MOP honors.
-- Conor Nevins