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From Cunningham to Carter, an incredible streak ends but not the life lessons from Dean Smith


When retired from the NBA last month after 22 years with eight teams, the world’s premier basketball league was left with no players coached by . Hard to imagine. From Oct. 16, 1965, until March 11 of 2020, the NBA had always had at least one, and usually many, of his players. That 55-year span began with . (Bladen Journal)

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From Cunningham to Carter, an incredible streak ends but not the life lessons from Dean Smith


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