Duke Greatest Plays Coasters
2012 ACC Conference Game vs. North Carolina - Rivers' buzzer beater
2010 NCAA Championship vs. Butler - Fourth championship
2001 ACC Conference Game vs. Maryland - Miracle Minute
1992 East Regional Final vs. Kentucky - The Shot
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2012 ACC Conference Game
Rivers' buzzer beater
#10 Duke vs. #5 North Carolina
85 - 84
February 8, 2012
Dean E. Smith Center, Chapel Hill, NC
Down by 1 point against arch rival North Carolina, Austin Rivers hit a heavily contested 3-point shot over Tyler Zeller as time expired. Rivers scored 29 points in the win against North Carolina and the team then went on to win another 6 straight conference games. The streak included the largest comeback in the Coach K era, overcoming a 16-point deficit against NC State.
2010 NCAA Championship
#1 Duke vs. #5 Butler
61 - 59
April 5, 2010
Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN
With under 5 minutes remaining in the national title game, Kyle Singler hit a clutch jumper to put Duke up by 3 and cap his points for the game at 19. It was the last field goal Duke scored in the game, but they held on with excellence defense and free throws to beat Butler and win their 4th National Championship.
2001 ACC Conference Game
#2 Duke vs. #8 Maryland
98 - 96
January 27, 2001
Cole Field House, College Park, MD
Down 10 points with 54 seconds remaining, Jason Williams led a furious comeback against Maryland to take the game to overtime. Duke eventually prevailed, winning 98-96. This gritty ACC regular season effort set the stage for Duke to roll through conference play en route to the school’s 3rd National Championship.
1992 East Regional Final
#1 Duke vs. #2 Kentucky
104 - 103
March 28, 1992
The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA
Perhaps the greatest game-winning shot in the greatest college basketball game ever played. Grant Hill sent a pinpoint pass to Christian Laettner who hit a turnaround jumper as time expired to win the game. The shot capped a perfect 10-for-10 performance for Laettner and sent Duke back to the Final Four. Duke went on to capture their 2nd National title in as many years, becoming the first team to win back-to-back titles since UCLA did so in 1973.