NCAA Tournament: The 25 Most Clutch Performances in History

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NCAA Tournament: The 25 Most Clutch Performances in History
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March Madness is quickly approaching, meaning that new heroes of the hardwood will be born. It was in the NCAA tournament that the likes of Michael Jordan, Tyus Edney, Dwyane Wade and Stephen Curry made their names known nationwide.

This year, too, there will be individual players who make clutch plays for their teams, and join the great players before them in March Madness history.

Will Jared Sullinger be able to lead Ohio State to glory? Do Nolan Smith and Kyle Singler have the poise to win a second straight title? Time will tell, but as for now, these 25 players have firmly cemented their name in March Madness history.

From Ali Farokhmanesh to U.S. Reed, all of the players on this exclusive list played clutch basketball for their teams in March, and will be remembered for generations to come.

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