REMEMBERING 2005: Sean May's hard work rewarded with title
Tue Jan 3, 2006
It's said that May, now a Charlotte Bobcats rookie, needs to improve his perimeter defense and his jump shot to become a top-notch NBA power forward. Knowing his work ethic and character, I wouldn't bet against him. But even if he turns out more like Pete Chilcutt than James Worthy as a pro, the NCAA championship trophy the Tar Heels brought home from St. Louis stands as a permanent testament to May's dedication.
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