How Roy Williams bet on himself and impressed Dean Smith


ended his hall-of-fame career on April 1, 2021. Williams' story from intramural official in basketball and horseshoes (yes, horseshoes) to the Naismith Hall of Fame is truly remarkable and unique. To think of where he came from – cut from the Tar Heels varsity basketball team before his sophomore year – really is too improbable to believe. (WRAL Sports Fan)

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How Roy Williams bet on himself and impressed Dean Smith


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