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

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The footage above is from just one of the many amazing displays of talent that Kenny Anderson produced during his two years with the Yellow Jackets. In that 94-91 second-round win over LSU in the 1990 NCAA Tournament, the All-American point guard finished with 26 points, eight rebounds, four assists and three treys.

Anderson’s overall statistics across seven career games at the dance are utterly remarkable, as the 2001 inductee to the Georgia Tech Hall of Fame and member of the 1990 “Lethal Weapon 3” trio reached the 30-point threshold on three separate occasions while posting averages of 25.7 points, 6.4 boards and 5.0 assists.

All Georgia Tech Basketball fans, please feel free to converse, agree or argue with this list in the comments section below. We really do not have many other positive things to discuss regarding the program right now.