Florida Nights Apparel presents our March Madness Legendary Lineups Tees

Florida Nights Apparel presents our college basketball March Madness tees displaying some of the most legendary lineups in college basketball history. Each legendary lineup t-shirt is special due to the contributions of those college basketball teams and their impact on sport of basketball. 


1. San Francisco Dons 

The legendary San Francisco Dons lineup featured the basketball legends, Bill Russell and K.C. Jones. This two-time national championship lineup was trailblazing due to the racial barriers they broke combined with their ability to consistently win on the basketball court. 


2. Georgetown Hoyas 

This legendary lineup was led by the future hall-of-fame player Patrick Ewing, and the legendary coach John Thompson. This team was known for it's defense, groundbreaking style, and all-back team. Remember the coach, players, and classic Hoya style. 


3. North Carolina Tarheels

This hall-of-fame lineup featured basketball greats, James Worthy, Sam Perkins, and the man himself, Michael Jordan. Taking on the legendary Coach John Thompson and Patrick Ewing, the freshman Michael Jordan became the legend, making the game winning shot to win the game over the Hoyas. 


4. UCLA Bruins

This lineup featured the NBA HOF'er and college basketball legend Bill Walton, and the silky smooth Jamaal Wilkes, coached by the wizard of Westwood, Coach John Wooden. This championship lineup was a part of the Westwood dynasty where the UCLA Bruins won 10 national championships. 


5. Houston Cougars Phi Slama Jama

This legendary lineup, featured the historic dunking nature of the high flying styles that would come to define the modern day style of basketball. This lineup featured Hakeem Olajuwon and Clyde Drexler, who would become HOF'ers and NBA champions with the Houston Rockets. 


6. Michigan Wolverines Fab Five

The Fab Five lineup of the Michigan Wolverines would come to define the style, on and off the court representing blacktops and the Hip-Hop culture at large. These fab freshman were completely dominant on the court, winning and almost pulling off a national championship as freshman! Featuring Chris Webber, Jalen Rose, Juwan Howard, Ray Jackson, and Jimmy King. 


7. Kentucky Wildcats Untouchables


This lineup was truly special. Featuring the likes Tony Delk, Derek Anderson, Ron Mercer, Antoine Walker, and Nazr Mohammed. Coached by the legendary Rick Pitino, this lineup was dominant from the starters to the bench, with several players being drafted in the first round of the NBA draft. 


8. The UNLV Runnin Rebels

The UNLV Runnin Rebels were the definition of dominant. For two seasons in a row, the Rebels led by Larry Johnson and Stacey Augmon (and Coach Jerry Tarkanian) ran through every opponent and made each game a blow out.  The Rebels were a game away from back to back national championships.