Christian Laettner attended Duke University and played for the basketball team under coach Mike Krzyzewski from 1988-92. As the team's star player his final two seasons, he led them to the first two national titles in school history. A four-year starter, he also contributed to their runner-up finish his sophomore year and final four appearance his freshman year. Thus, in total, he played 23 out of a maximum possible 24 NCAA tournament games, winning 21; both are records.
For his career, Laettner averaged 16.6 points and 7.8 rebounds per game while making almost half of his three-pointers. He scored 21.5 points per game his senior season, garnering every major national player of the year award; Duke retired his No. 32 jersey later that year. His career is widely regarded among the best in college history, and he is enshrined in the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame.
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