Duke's Austin Rivers is one of several current college basketball players with current or former NBA players or coaches for fathers.
Duke University guard Austin Rivers, a freshman whose father is current Boston Celtics head coach Doc Rivers, hit a buzzer-beating three-pointer Wednesday night to finish off the University of North Carolina Tar Heels by a score of 85-84 in Chapel Hill.
The nice-shooting Blue Devil is not the only current college basketball player with an NBA father, as this slideshow of photos will show you.
Is it in their DNA, or does having Doc Rivers or Rod Strickland as your father mean you learn a whole lot more in those games of pick-up ball in the driveway?
It's probably a little bit of both, but no matter what the reasoning, lineage seems to be strong in basketball, as one former king passes the crown down to his young prince.
Watch a video of Duke's Austin Rivers' amazing game-winning shot below, and scroll through this photo slideshow for more information about five current college basketball players with NBA fathers.