Chansky’s Notebook: Lennie Rosenbluth - The Father of Carolina Basketball

It would not be an understatement to call the Father of Carolina Basketball. Rosenbluth, who died in Chapel Hill on Father’s Day eve at 89, was already a well-known high school baller in New York City when NC State coach Everett Case offered him a scholarship. Around that time, Rosenbluth also met with UNC coach . (

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Chansky’s Notebook: Lennie Rosenbluth - The Father of Carolina Basketball

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