Every so often, I still pop in my copy of the 1986 game at the Dean Dome, where Lenny carried Maryland against a vastly more talented North Carolina squad. Everybody remembers the sequence where he hit a long jumper from the top of the key, stole the ensuing inbound pass and reverse dunked in Warren Martin's startled face. But he had it all going that day — the buttery baseline jumpers, the rattling two-hand dunks off lob passes, an impossibly difficult up-and-under in traffic. I watch that today and have no doubt Lenny would've been an NBA All-Star. That was the worst case. He might've vied with his old ACC rival, Michael Jordan, for league supremacy.