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Ginyard, Green give Heels needed boost


Reserves Mike Copeland, Marcus Ginyard and Danny Green played fewer minutes, but they played large roles. The three freshmen were part of UNC's second unit, which entered the game three minutes into the second half and trimmed Duke's lead from 17 points to 11. UNC's starters, inspired by a three-minute exile, fed off the energy that the reserves generated as the Tar Heels (14-6, 5-4 ACC) came all the way back to take the lead. (Durham Herald-Sun)


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