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YouTube Gold: Duhon’s UNC Game Winner

A vastly underrated play in the Duke canon of greatness

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2004 NCAA Round 4: Xavier v Duke
ATLANTA - MARCH 28: Chris Duhon #21 of the Duke Blue Devils moves the ball up court against the Xavier Musketeers during the fourth round game of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament at the Georgia Dome on March 28, 2004 in Atlanta, Georgia. The Blue Devils won 66-63.
Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images

Chris Duhon’s full court drive to beat UNC wasn’t a buzzer beater - it came with 6.5 seconds left on the clock - but UNC was disorganized and chaotic in those last few seconds of the game. It was a tremendous drive right through the entire team and deserves a special place in Duke history. We can't think of a similar play. It’s almost like Danny Ainge’s drive through the entire Notre Dame defense in the 1981 NCAA tournament to push BYU into the Elite Eight.

By the way, the audio on this clips is kind of loud. You might want to turn it down before you play it.

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