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Ex-UNC star Donald Williams lands high school coaching job in North Carolina


Nineteen years ago, Donald Williams averaged 21.8 points per game and scored 109 points in the last five games of the 1993 NCAA Tournament for North Carolina. That earned him the Most Outstanding Player and a national championship ring. "I’ve won three championship rings overseas since then," Williams said. “But it wasn't the same. It wasn't at home. I've always wanted to win another one at home." (USA Today)


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