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UNC's pickup basketball culture thrives


UNC alumnus Dan Costello has been playing pickup basketball in Woollen Gym — a court dating back to the 1930s — for 10 years. “Woollen is historical … the Heels used to play here before you were born,” he said. For Costello and others, the unique culture of pickup basketball at UNC emerges from open courts and groups of students, teachers and Chapel Hill residents that come together to play. (Daily Tar Heel)


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