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Tournament Tales: Wayne Ellington


In that 2009 title run, North Carolina became the first team in Tournament history to beat each of its opponents by at least a dozen points. Wayne Ellington – who went 7-for-10 from long-distance in the Final Four – was named the Tourney’s Most Outstanding Player. In the first Tournament Tale of the season, the Cavaliers sharpshooter talks about North Carolina’s magical run (NBA.com)


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