Tuesday, November 10, 2009
While Larry Drew II didn't put up a triple-double in his debut as North Carolina's point guard, he acquitted himself quite well with seven points and six assists against just two turnovers. I don't think many Carolina fans knew what to expect -- they just knew their sophomore starter wasn't going be as good as Ty Lawson (an impossibility), and they hoped Drew wouldn't be the second coming of Quentin Thomas. (Sports Illustrated)
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