Luke Maye Nearly Committed to Clemson Before Falling in Love with Roy Williams


As long as UNC basketball is played, will be remembered for his game-winning shot against Kentucky in the 2017 Elite Eight that propelled the Tar Heels to the Final Four and eventually their sixth NCAA Championship. However, according to Maye in a recent interview, his part in UNC’s run to ’ third title almost never happened. (Inside Carolina)

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Luke Maye Nearly Committed to Clemson Before Falling in Love with Roy Williams


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