Georgia Tech Basketball: All-Time Men’s NCAA Tournament Team

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Another Georgia Tech Hall-of-Fame inductee (2001), Dennis Scott is arguably the most dangerous player to ever grace the offensive end of the basketball court for the Yellow Jackets. Over 99 total games with the program, “3-D” averaged 21.4 points and 3.5 treys (42.2 3P%) per contest.

A part of the three-headed scoring machine affectionately referred to as “Lethal Weapon 3“, Scott was instrumental in three straight NCAA Tourney invitations for Georgia Tech and put together one of the most legendary runs in history (30.6 PPG, 6.4 RPG) while leading the Yellow Jackets to the Final Four in 1990.

Across a total of eight career tournament games, Scott put up an amazing 25.9 points to go along with 5.9 boards and 2.4 assists. He is truly one of college basketball’s all-time greats.

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