1982: Jordan hits game-winner to lead North Carolina over Georgetown



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Freshman Michael Jordan (No. 23) swished a 16-foot jumper from left wing for a late lead in the title game, but Georgetown had enough time to set up a game-winner of their own. Yet Fred Brown mistook teammate Eric Floyd for UNC’s James Worthy, who dribbled out the clock on an improbable finish.

23 thoughts on “1982: Jordan hits game-winner to lead North Carolina over Georgetown”

  1. Huh, just think……HE STARTED, AT CAROLINA, WITH A "PERFECT" SHOT…….TO WIN THE COLLEGE "NATTY"……..AND THEN, FINISHES HIS LEGACY, AGAINST THE UTAH JAZZ, AND HITS A FINAL "PERFECT SHOT", TO WIN HIS 6TH TITLE, WITH THE BULLS !!!!!!!!!!! ("AIR" JORDAN = GREATNESS/PERFECTION. 🤳✌☝️💯)

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