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UNC Basketball Legend Lennie Rosenbluth Dies at 89


UNC basketball legend passed away Saturday, the program announced. He was 89 years old. Originally from The Bronx, N.Y., Rosenbluth became one of the finest players in program history under coach . Rosenbluth played three seasons at Carolina from 1955-57, being named first team All-ACC all three years. (Chapelboro.com)

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UNC Basketball Legend Lennie Rosenbluth Dies at 89


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