Laettner auctioning 1992 shot jersey
Christian Laettner is auctioning off the Duke jersey he wore when he hit "The Shot" to beat Kentucky in the East regional of the 1992 NCAA Tournament.
Laettner said he occasionally will see a replay of his famous buzzer-beater — and he tries not to look too excited about it.
''If I'm in a bar or restaurant and there's people around kind of seeing how I react to it, I'll purposely not look at it, so they don't run around saying, 'Laettner loved to watch himself on TV,''' Laettner said. ''But if I'm in the privacy of my home with my family, I know it's coming on, I'll definitely take a peek at it.''
Laettner's shot that gave Duke an overtime win in a 1992 regional final was picked by fans as the top moment from March Madness, part of a celebration of the NCAA tournament's 75th anniversary.
Laettner's jersey isn't the only sports memorabilia being auctioned by Lelands.com.
Livan Hernandez, who was MVP of the 1997 World Series for helping the Florida Marlins beat the Cleveland Indians, is auctioning his trophy and World Series ring. Jackie Robinson's 1947 Rookie of the Year award and Jim Thorpe's moccasins also are among the many items being auctioned.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.