Tony Delk helped lead Kentucky to a national championship in 1996, Rick Pitino's first as a coach.
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48. Tony Delk, Kentucky

Delk scored more career points in the NCAA tournament (247) than any other player in Kentucky's illustrious history. His best game was also his last, when he scored 24 points and hit a tournament record-tying seven 3-pointers in the 1996 title matchup against Syracuse. His four-point play after being fouled on a made 3 helped seal the victory and cinch Final Four MOP honors. Delk, who also played in the 1993 Final Four as a freshman, averaged 18.8 points per game in the '96 tournament to lead one of the most dominant teams of the era. -- Brian Bennett