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Tar Heels Must Do Well At The End Of Shot Clocks

In ’12, UNC’s offensive efficiency (prior to the Maryland game, which I haven’t charted yet) is currently just 98.4 in the last half of the clock. These Heels let even fewer possessions (9.1%) get that deep, and turn it over on 15.3% of them. By comparison, the ’09 and ’12 Heels were very similar in terms of early-offense efficiency. (Chapelboro.com)


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