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Lucas: UNC Basketball Mailbag Dec. 5

There's always a competitive aspect to every Carolina practice. But it's not as simple as just dividing up the team into two squads and rolling out the balls. All game simulations are designed with a specific goal in mind--refining the secondary break or transitioning from offense to defense, for example. Score is kept and win/loss records are tracked, with the winners being excused from some post-practice conditioning. (Tar Heel Blue)


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