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NCAA.com | October 29, 2014

#MMVault Watch Party features the Laettner buzzer-beater vs. UK

Considered by many the greatest NCAA tournament game -- and by some, the all-time best college basketball game -- the 1992 East Regional Final is remembered simply as "The Shot."

Duke, the defending national champion, trailed Kentucky 103-102 with 2.1 seconds remaining in overtime. From the  baseline, Grant Hill threw the inbounds pass the length of the court to Christian Laettner, who dribbled, turned and sank a jumpshot as the horn sounded for a one-point victory.

NCAA.com is reliving that magical moment with the #MMVault Watch Party at 7 p.m. ET Wednesday. Fans can watch the entire 1992 classic on NCAA.com and follow @marchmadness for pertinent tweets related to the game action.

1991-92 KENTUCKY ROSTER   1991-92 DUKE ROSTER
Coach: Rick Pitino   Coach: Mike Krzyzewski
No. Player Twitter   No. Player Twitter
24 Jamal Mashburn @jamalmashburn   3 Marty Clark @martyclarknlb
14 Jeff Brassow     4 Kenny Blakeney @poopeeBlakeney
34 John Pelphrey @40MinutesofPel   5 Ron Burt  
12 Deron Feldhaus     11 Bobby Hurley @BobbyHurley11
32 Richie Farmer     12 Thomas Hill  
11 Sean Woods @SeanWoodsMSU   21 Antonio Lang  
31 Dale Brown     23 Brian Davis  
44 Gimel Martinez     32 Christian Laettner @laettnerbball
5 Travis Ford @OSUCoachFord5   33 Grant Hill @realgranthill33
23 Nehemiah Braddy     44 Cherokee Parks  
10 Andre Riddick @Drerid   52 Erik Meek  
42 Carlos Toomer     54 Christian Ast  
25 Aminu Timberlake @AminuTimberlake        
3 Chris Harrison          

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