With Hubert Davis, North Carolina gets another head coach with an enduring love for his mentor


With a long glance, gathered himself and stared at his mentor. The new North Carolina men’s basketball coach looked toward , the man he was replacing, to make it clear just what he meant. As a player, both a former Tar Heels guard and 12-year NBA veteran, Davis would always run out of tunnels and look for his father. (Greensboro News & Record)

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With Hubert Davis, North Carolina gets another head coach with an enduring love for his mentor


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