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Today is March 28, 2020
On this date in Sports Odds History...
1977 (College Basketball): Marquette's Al McGuire coaches his final game as the Golden Eagles beat North Carolina, 67-59, in the National Championship. The Tar Heels were 3-point favorites entering the game.
1990 (NBA): Michael Jordan scored a career-high 69 points (plus a career-high 18 rebounds) for Chicago in a 117-113 overtime victory at Cleveland. The Bulls were 3½-point underdogs. Rookie forward Stacey King, who scored one point, famously said "I'll always remember this as the night that Michael Jordan and I combined to score 70 points."
1992 (College Basketball): In what many consider to be the greatest college basketball game of all-time, #1 seed Duke defeats #2 seed Kentucky, 104-103, in overtime to reach the Final Four after Christian Laettner's buzzer-beater. The Wildcats covered the spread as 7½-point underdogs.