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Heels in the Pro’s: NBA Recap… 10/06/13

The second day/night slate of the National Basketball Association is even smaller than the first one, with just two games to be played. But as will be the case throughout the year, if there is a game on there will probably be a former UNC Basketball player lacing them up. And, if that is the case, the following day there will be a “Heels in the Pro’s: NBA Style” recap, just...
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October 07, 2013  |  Discuss

President Obama Picks North Carolina To Win The NCAA Tournament

For the fourth consecutive year, ESPN sent its bracket guru Andy Katz to the White House to get President Obama’s pick for the NCAA TournamWHY’S HE PICKIN BASKETBALL GAMES WHEN WURR AT WAR?! After picking Kansas for the past two years, Obama picked North Carolina to win it alBUT THE ‘CONOMY IS IN THE DUMPS WHY DON’T HE FIX THAT?1 He also picked the Tar Heels in 2009, when...
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March 14, 2012  |  Discuss
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