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Tar Heels Respond With Strong Second Half vs. UCLA


After 60 minutes of lackluster defense and inefficient offense in the Las Vegas Invitational, No. 7 North Carolina emerged from the locker room at halftime of Friday’s matchup with No. 17 UCLA intent on leaving Sin City with something of value. Cameron Johnson, who struggled on both ends in the opening half, went to work after the break, scoring UNC’s first nine points. (Inside Carolina)

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