With March already upon is, there's no better time to look back at the best NCAA tournament performances of the past few decades.
Earlier this week Steve Kerr spoke with ThePostGame, and we asked him to name the top players in NCAA Tournament history. With that being an extremely difficult task, we lessened Kerr's burden by dividing the postseason into two eras: pre-shot clock (before the 1985-86 season) and since.
Kerr starred at Arizona at the beginning of the shot clock era, so here are the four shot-clock era players he'd want as teammates.
For Kerr's pre-shot clock list, see here.
Laettner's name evokes some powerful memories for college basketball fans. He was named the Most Outstanding Player of the 1991 Final Four, and then the next year his game-winning shot against Kentucky helped the Blue Devils advance to a second consecutive Final Four.
Kerr has been serving on a panel which recently selected the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Allstate NABC Good Works Team. For more information about the squad and its honorees, see here.
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