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NBA Draft History: What If a Coin Toss Decided the No. 1 Pick In 1992?

Published by on May 22, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NBA

1991.

It was the year of the Show of Shows.

It was the year that Michael Jordan finally had his ring.

It was the year that marked the 100th anniversary of the great sport we know as basketball.

And it was the year of Larry Johnson.

Larry Johnson's college career came to an end this year. The previous spring, he led the UNLV Running Rebels to a National Championship. The team was close to winning back-to-back championships, but an upset from Duke prevented the repeat.

Nonetheless, Larry Johnson finished a solid college career. He won the John Wooden and Naismith Awards, becoming the consensus national player of the year. His future was now to be determined in the 1991 NB...

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