March 20, 1993: Jason Kidd and the Cal Bears upend the two-time defending national champions Duke in the second round of the NCAA tournament.

Duke, led by Bobby Hurley and Grant Hill, was the No. 3 seed in the Midwest region when it ran into No. 6 seed Cal. Kidd, one of the top freshman in the nation, scored 11 points with 14 assists.

However, it was teammate LaMond Murray who gave the Bears the biggest scoring with 28 points in the 82-77 win against the Blue Devils.

Hurley, Hill, Murray and Kidd all went to the NBA, with Kidd having the most successful pro career.

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