Found March 08, 2013 on Fox Sports South:
Charlotte, N.C.-- The trash talk started months ago in the Charlotte Bobcats' locker room. Gerald Henderson got the upper hand a month ago. Brendan Haywoods hoping hell have it for at least a week come late Saturday night. Its Duke versus UNC, the central topic these two teammates will never agree on. The Tobacco Road rivals turned teammates play the Wizards Saturday night in Washington D.C., but when the last second of the clock ticks off, their minds will wander south to Chapel Hill, where their alma maters tip off in what they both say clearly is the greatest rivalry in sports. Theres nothing like it, Henderson said. Nothing. Thats about the only thing these two agree on when it comes to this rivalry, though. Were always going back and forth about Duke and Carolina, Henderson said. But were a better team than them this year for sure, so he dont got much to say but well see what happens on Saturday. Both can agree, though, that their DVRs will be set well before leaving...
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