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14. Larry Johnson, UNLV

Johnson's game was ahead of his time. He had the strength of a power forward and the quickness of a small forward. He was as comfortable on the wing as he was on the block, with an uncanny ability to play through contact and draw old-fashioned three-point plays. He ran the floor for the Runnin' Rebels and Greg Anthony and Anderson Hunt did an excellent job of getting him the ball for an early post-up. His arrival at UNLV coincided with the Rebels' two-year NCAA tournament run that saw them win the title in 1990 and lose to Duke in the Final Four in 1991. As head coach at Long Beach State I played against Johnson three times in one season and have no reservation saying he was the toughest match I have ever game planned for. -- Seth Greenberg