The 2012 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament is right around the corner, and what better way to prepare for it than a 64-player, one-on-one tournament that pits NBA legends vs. current NBA All-Stars.
What we have here is a 64-player, one-on-one tournament that matches 32 NBA legends against 32 NBA current All-Stars, with the style of the tournament mirroring the exact setup of the NCAA "March Madness" Tournament
This incredible tournament provides match-ups we've all dreamed of seeing, like Jordan vs. Kobe/LeBron, Olajuwon vs. Howard, Dr. J vs. Blake Griffin, Larry Bird vs. Dirk Nowitzki, Magic Johnson vs. Derrick Rose, and so many more.
The players are split up in a 64-player March Madness-style bracket. Instead of regions like the NCAA tournament, this tourney is set up based on the following positions, center/power forward (C/PF), power forward/small forward (PF/SF), small forward/shooting guard (SF/SG) and shooting guard/point guard (SG/PG).
If you're not excited about this epic one-on-one showdown, you aren't a true NBA fan.