Earlier today, Sports Illustrated released its list of the 100 Greatest Moments in Sports History.
One of the greatest moments in Duke basketball and NCAA Tournament history checked in at No. 11.
Grant Hill's full-court pass and Christian Laettner's last-second jump shot against Kentucky in the East Regional Final of the 1992 NCAA Tournament is an iconic moment replayed each March. The play enabled Duke to go on and capture its second-straight national championship.
Here's what SI had to say about it.
DATE / Mar 28, 1992
LOCATION / The Spectrum | Philadelphia, Penn.
MOMENT / Trailing 103-102 with 2.1 seconds left and the entire court to cover in overtime of the East Regional Final, Grant Hill inbounded the ball the length of the court to Christian Laettner, who stood around the free-throw line. Laettner faked, turned, and drilled the shot as time expired to give Duke the victory.
IMPACT / Duke went on to win the championship, beating Michigan by 20 points in the final to take the second title in Blue Devils history.
If you want to replay Hill-to-Laettner again, here's video.