By Clarissa Hamlin
Once again, basketball buffs are wildin‘ out. They yell at fouls, cuss at players missing jumpers, or get downright ratchet if their beloved ball team loses by just a point or few.
Dubbed March Madness, this marathon of college games captivates b-ball fiends to no end. Each year, we see a new crop of ballers that emerge as trailblazers, but we cannot forget the greats that paved the way. So we rounded up 17 game-changers that went hard in the paint during their NCAA journeys – and reveal where they are now.
The intrepid former Duke University guard led the Blue Devils to the NCAA National Championship in 2001. Myriad injuries in a nearly fatal motorcycle accident ended his one-year career with the Chicago Bulls in 2003.