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63. Chris Mullin, St. John's

Before the sterling NBA career and the deification of Dream Team participation, Chris Mullin was first and foremost a bona fide New York basketball legend. That reputation began in high school, when Mullin would travel to Harlem and the Bronx to play against the best players in the city. It continued when he signed at St. John's, where he would go on to be a three-time Big East Player of the Year and three-time All-American, and would lead his team to the 1985 Final Four -- and lead the tourney field in scoring with 110 points -- in the first-ever 64-team tournament. -- Eamonn Brennan