Rasheed dunks on everyone from Duke Wallace and the Tar Heels upended Duke at Cameron Indoor on Feb. 2, 1995 in what was arguably one of the greatest games in the history of their rivalry. UNC edged the Blue Devils 102-100 in double-overtime (the 202 total points are still the most ever scored in a Duke-UNC game). A dunking exhibition by Jerry Stackhouse and Wallace in the first half helped the Tar Heels take a 17-point lead, but Duke rallied before falling short in the second overtime. (Source: Sports Illustrated)

Rasheed dunks on everyone from Duke

Trying something different, as “Sunday School” will be my suggested reading for you all courtesy of my Google Reader. Eleven dope blogs, videos, articles and other shenanigans that you should take in and enjoy. Oh, and I’ll try to throw a dope photo up here for your own enjoyment. Why 11? TSFJ was established on 11-11-11, so its only right I give you 11.

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