March Madness, Lego Style: Historic Games Reenacted

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Need a change from the dribbling and dunking? Tired of the talk of free throws and field goals? See the pivotal moments in March Madness history reenacted in pint-sized fashion.

This way-cool clip will help you relive NCAA history in Lego form. If you’ve never heard of Christian Laettner, you’ll be able to see “The Shot” that made him a household name. His buzzer-beater propelled Duke over Kentucky back in 1992’s Big Dance in one of the most memorable baskets of all-time.

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The creators also detail, complete with the original play-by-play commentary, the 1993 championship game between UNC and Michigan, when the Wolverines attempted to call a timeout despite having none left. This led to a foul called on Michigan – and an essential giveaway of the game.

The stop-motion Lego men play just as frenetically as the players they’re impersonating. Though we bet the real hoops stars wish they, too, had a string attached to their basketball to carry it through the air.

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