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Greatest March Madness plays lovingly recreated in Lego


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Are you suffering from March Madness fever? Well if you do get bored and want to relive some of the tournament's classic moments, check out this video showing four of the greatest moments in NCAA tournament history, only Lego-ized.

The detail in each clip is impressive, getting not only the moves down pat, but even the uniforms and jersey numbers.

Clip 1 shows Christian Laettner's overtime buzzer beating turnaround from the 1992 Kentucky vs Duke game, perhaps the greatest moment in March Madness history.

Clip 2 is Chris Webber's phantom time out call from the 1993 North Carolina vs Michigan national championship game. Note the fan in the stands with the "this won't count anyway" sign. A reference to Michigan's subsequent disqualification following the player payments scandal.

Clip 3 is Tyus Edney's coast to coast game winning drive from the 1995 UCLA vs Missouri game.

And finally clip 4 is Zoubek's intentionally missed free throw followed by Hayward's half-court near miss from last year's championship between Duke and Butler.

Hopefully there will be more classic moments like these during this year's tournament.

YouTube, via Deadspin.com


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