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Greatest NCAA Teams of All-Time

2004-o7 Florida Gators

This team cionsisited of four future NBA draft picks: Joakim Noah, Al Horford, Corey Brewer, and Marrese Speights. This Florida team also won two back-to-back championships.

1982 UNC  Tar Heels

This team concisited of future NBA stars such as: Michael Jordan, James Worthy, and Sam Perkins. This star studded team only won one championship though.

1981-1984 Houston Cougars

This team consisited of two future NBA stars, Hakeem Olajuwon and Clyde Drexler. These two stars took their team to the Final Four four times during their reign in Houston.

1991-1993 Michigan Wolverines (Fab Five)

Everybody that watches college basketball knows about the Fab Five. In 1991 the University of Michigan recruited five players, Jalen Rose, Chris Webber, Jimmy King, Juwan Howard, and Ray Jackson. These five players made-up the first team to have their freshman as starters. This team didn’t win any championships, but greatlty threatened the Coach K and the Duke Blue Devils.

2011-2012 North Carolina Tar Heels

At the beginning of last year’s season these four players were the face of basketball. With no NBA and what looked like no other big threats, Cody Zeller, Harrison Barnes, Kendall Marshall, Dexter Strickland, and John Henson, looked like National Champions. During March though, we all knew that wasn’t gonna happen. With Kentucky winning it and UNC losing four of their starters, the Tar Heels get more NBA alumni.

Note: This page is still under construction. If you have anymore great college teams, please, let me know.

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