Since we’ve been speaking so much on the top college prospects in the game lately, I went back searching for this game, Dwyane Wade‘s 29-point, 11-rebound, 11-assist destruction of No. 1-seed Kentucky in 2003. It was so unique. Wade went from being basically unknown nationally to one of the better prospects in the draft in a very short span. This game put him on the map. Still, how can we watch now and not see what was to come?
Where does this stack up against other great individual performances in the tournament?
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