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Tar Heels in NBA: Reggie Bullock advances to first conference finals but Cam Johnson's season ends


For the first time in his career, will play in a conference finals series, which means will be denied a second consecutive trip to the Western Conference finals. In one of the most improbable beatdowns in the history of NBA Game 7s, the visiting Dallas Mavericks rolled to a 123-90 victory over the No. 1 seed Phoenix Suns. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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Tar Heels in NBA: Reggie Bullock advances to first conference finals but Cam Johnson's season ends


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