Raymond Felton: Winning National Championship Was 'Out-of-Body Experience'


UNC's victory over top-seeded Illinois in the 2005 National Championship game left an indelible mark on legendary point guard . After going 38-27 and failing to make it past the second round of the tournament in his first two seasons, Felton came back for his junior season, and played an integral role in bringing his first title. (Inside Carolina)

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Raymond Felton: Winning National Championship Was 'Out-of-Body Experience'


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