The 50 Most Badass Moments in March Madness History

42. Jason Kidd and Cal End Duke's Reign

Round: Second
Game: Duke vs. Cal
Year: 1993
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Before he became one of the most prolific point guards in NBA history, Jason Kidd led his Cal squad to a huge win over Duke in the 1993 tournament. Facing long odds against the two-time defending champs, the freshman Kidd scored 11 points and dished out 14 assists to guide the Bears to an upset victory. It was especially sweet for Cal because their coach, Todd Bozeman, was just 29 years old at the time and had only been in charge for 11 games prior to taking on the legendary Coach K.

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