61. Kidd leads Cal
Today, Jason Kidd is a veteran point guard for the New York Knicks who's still playing in the pros because of his wisdom. But in the early 1990s, he was a speedy guard for Todd Bozeman's Cal squad. In 1993, Kidd was just a freshman when he led the Bears to a second-round upset over two-time defending national champion Duke. Kidd finished with 11 points and 14 assists and was the catalyst for a late burst that broke a 77-77 tie and led to a 82-77 Cal victory. Kidd scored on a layup and a free throw in the final two minutes as the 6-seed Bears defeated the 3-seed Blue Devils. It also was Bobby Hurley's last collegiate game.
-- Myron Medcalf