The 4 Most Memorable Moments In Duke NCAA Tournament History

The Duke Blue Devils have the highest winning percentage in NCAA Tournament history, and have etched themselves in March Madness lore. Here are Duke's most memorable tournament moments:

4) Duke beats Butler

Butler almost pulled off one of the most miraculous runs in NCAA Tournament history, but when Gordon Hayward's potential buzzer-beater bounced off the rim, the Blue Devils could celebrate their fourth national title.

3) Duke beats UNLV

Just one year after losing by 30 points to the Runnin' Rebels in the 1990 National Championship Game, but upset an undefeated UNLV team in the 1991 Final Four.

2) 22-point Final Four comeback win over Maryland

The 2001 Duke Blue Devils had already pulled off one dramatic comeback over Maryland during the regular season with the "Miracle Minute", but they saved their best for last.

1) Christian Laettner beats Kentucky

This is undoubtedly the most iconic shot in NCAA Tournament history, and sent Duke to the Final Four on their way to their second straight National Championship.

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