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Greasing UNC Basketball's Transition Game


has long relied on rebounding dominance and an up-tempo transition game to fuel offensive efficiency. North Carolina has excelled on the boards in outscoring opponents, 125-66, in second-chance points this season. However, the traditional edge on the break has not materialized despite a pair of factors working in the Tar Heels’ favor. (Inside Carolina)

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