Before the tournament began, Stephen Curry was just a gangly guard on a twelfth-seeded team. But after the Wildcats blew up everyone's brackets by beating Gonzaga, Georgetown, and Wisconsin, and taking eventual champion Kansas to the wire in the Elite Eight, primarily due to the unconscious shooting range of their best player, Curry became a household name.
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