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Bill Bradley
BILL BRADLEY      Princeton, 1962-63 to 1964-65
When the stories from the East began to get out, it didn't seem possible: A 6'5", button-down, well-to-do brainiac from the Ivy League was America's best player? There was widespread disbelief until Bradley's senior year at Princeton, when he hung 41 points on top-ranked Michigan and Cazzie Russell in the 1964 Holiday Festival tournament at Madison Square Garden -- he received a three-minute standing ovation after fouling out -- and then one-man-teamed the Tigers into the '65 Final Four. Princeton didn't reach the championship game, but all Bradley did in the consolation match was score 58 points against Wichita State.
 
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