Drawing Up Luke Maye's Game-Tying Three

Shortly after North Carolina's thrilling 88-85 win over Miami on Saturday, Roy Williams was asked if he thought Luke Maye was going to be as open as he was on the senior's clutch, game-tying three that sent the game to overtime. "Well, I've coached a few games," the Hall of Fame coach said. "So, it's one thing if he sets the screen on the ball and they switch." (Inside Carolina)

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