When Tar Heel teammates become foes in the pros


Let’s take a look at some notable instances where Tar Heel teammates ended up doing battle in notable games at the professional level. , , and were all teammates on North Carolina's 1982 national championship-winning basketball team. Nine years later, they would be on opposing sides while playing for an NBA title. (Tar Heel Blog)

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When Tar Heel teammates become foes in the pros


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