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Tyler Greenawalt | NCAA.com | March 29, 2016

Watch claymation Michael Jordan win the 1982 championship

Road to the Final Four: North Carolina Tar Heels

Whether it was Michael Jordan's game-winning shot or James Worthy's game-sealing steal, the 1982 North Carolina Tar Heels went on a magical run to win the national championship over Georgetown.

And to celebrate UNC's second championship, the ACC Digital Network re-imagined the final moments of the Tar Heel's 63-62 win over the Hoyas with a claymation video.

For reference, here's the actual footage from the game in 1982:

The 2015-16 Tar Heels, which are headed to their 19th Final Four, hope to replicate Jordan and Worthy's heroics this weekend.

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